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1995 Data Managment Workshop Report
Proceedings of the 1995 LTER Data Management Workshop, Snowbird, UT.
September 24, 1995
1995 NSF/DOE/NASA/USDA Joint Program Awards Terrestrial Ecology and Global Change
Dynamics of Bilogically Available C and N Across the Tundra Landscape; Forest Change in a Boreal Transition Region: Productivity, Nutrient Cycling and Biodiversity at Multiple Scales; Homeostatic Adjustment of Loblolly Pine to CO2 Enrichment in a Forest Ecosystem; Plant Nitrogen Budgets Under Elevated Carbon Dioxide Levels: Regulation by Nitrogen Absorption and Assimiliation; Predicting Decomposition Dynamics of Woody Detritus of Forest Ecosystems; Predicting the response of terrestrial ecosystems to elevated CO2 and climate change: a modeling and experimental collaboration; Shortgrass steppe
May 29, 1995
1995 Report of the ESA Committee on the Future of Long-Term Ecological Data, Volume 1
Final Report of the Ecological Society of America Committee on the Future of Long-term Ecological Data (FLED) Vol. 1 Volume I: Text of the Report, submitted by Katherine L. Gross, Chair and Catherine E. Pake, Research Associate, December 1995
December 15, 1995
1995 Report of the ESA on the Future of Long-Term Ecological Data, Volume 2
Final Report of the Ecological Society of America Committee on the Future of Long-term Ecological Data (FLED) Vol. 2 Volume II: Directories to Sources of Long-Term Ecological Data, submitted by Katherine L. Gross, Chair and Catherine E. Pake, Research Associate, December 1995
December 12, 1995
1996 Data Management Workshop Report
The 1996 LTER Information Managers meeting was held at the Archbold Biological Field Station, Lake Placid, Florida, October 31 - November 3, 1996.
November 03, 1996
1996 LTER NASA Atmospheric Correction Project - Vande Castle and Vermote
June 14, 2013
1996 LTER Network Office-Sponsored Publications
List of network office publications as of 1996.
July 30, 1996
1996 XClimate Workshop Report
Report of X-Roots/LTER Climate Mini-Workshop, May 16-17, 1996 at UCDavis
July 01, 1996
1997 Data Management Workshop Report
Information Managers (IM’s) from the LTER Network met for a one-day annual business meeting at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, on August 7, 1997.
August 07, 1997
1997 LTER Network Office Annual Progress Report
ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORTSUMMARIZING ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE LTER NETWORK OFFICE DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DEB-9634135 - The University of New Mexico assumed responsibility for the operation and management of the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network Office (NET) on March 15, 1997. During the first year of the Cooperative Agreement, a sub-award to the University of Washington provided for continuity in the operation of the LTER electronic communications network including the LTER and International LTER (ILTER) home pages.
March 15, 1998
1998 Data Management Workshop Report
The annual LTER Information Managers Meeting was held July 30-August 1, 1998, hosted by the new, urban Baltimore LTER Site. Twenty of the 21 sites were represented with Cedar Creek not represented.
August 01, 1998
1998 Ecological Informatics in Long Term Ecological Research Brochure
Information Managers in the Long Term Ecological Research Network created this brochure to promote ecological science at the site, network, and global levels through bottom-up and research-driven approaches to informatics.
January 18, 1999
1998 ILTER Vision Statement: Future Visions for ILTER
The Vision for International LTER Network
December 01, 1998
1998 LTER Education Committee Vision Statement
The Vision Statement for the LTER Education Committee
December 01, 1998
1998 LTER Information Management Committee Vision Statement
Vision Statement for the Information Management group: LTER Network Ecological Informatics: Finding Answers for Long Term Ecological Research
December 01, 1998
1998 LTER Network Microbial Ecology Vision Statement
The Vision statement for Microbial Ecology in LTER
August 09, 2001
1998 LTER Network Office Annual Progress Report
1998 ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT SUMMARIZING ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE LTER NETWORK OFFICE DURING THE SECOND YEAR OF COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DEB–9634135 - The second year of the Cooperative Agreement establishing the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network Office (NET) at the University of New Mexico began on March 15, 1998. During this period, the transfer of NET activities from the University of Washington was finalized. The recruitment of NET staff was completed with the addition of a programmer/analyst, a systems administrator, and an accountant to the office.
March 15, 1999
1998 LTER Publications Committee Vision Statement
The Vision Statement for the LTER Publications Committee, as of 1998
December 01, 1998
1998 National Advisory Board Report
This is the report of the LTER National Advisory Board which met at the Sevilleta LTER site, New Mexico, on December 10 and 11, 1998. Membership of the Board is as follows: Ann Bartuska, U.S. Forest Service; Jim Beach, University of Kansas; Mary Firestone, University of California, Berkeley; Bill Heal, United Kingdom; Jim MacMahon, Utah State University; Bill Murdoch, University of California, Santa Barbara; Paul G. Risser (chair), Oregon State Univiversity; and Rebecca Sharitz, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.
December 11, 1998
1998 North American Science Symposium Report
November 1-6. 1998. Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico -This symposium provided an excellent opportunity for interactions among U.S. LTER, Canadian, and Mexican scientists for the facilitation of a North American Regional LTER Network. Excellent papers were presented by the following LTER scientists on behalf of LTER:
November 06, 1998
1998 Palmer LTER Schoolyard Supplement Request
Palmer LTER Schoolyard Supplement Request - 16 July 1998 Raymond C. Smith, PI 1.0 Introduction This proposal is a supplement to the original LTER PAL proposal (Smith et al., 1996). Consequently, the scientific details, hypotheses and goals articulated in that document are not reiterated here. This supplemental proposal requests funds to interact with several local schools to stimulate the development of schoolyard LTERs.
July 16, 1998
1998 Presentation: LTER Network Information System
El Sistema de Informacion LTER Reda: Un Estructura para Manejo de Informacion Ecologica. Presentation by James Brunt.
November 11, 1998
1998 Social Sciences Committee Vision Statement
The Vision Statement for the Socio Economic Research committee: LTER Network
December 01, 1998
1999 Central Arizona - Phoenix LTER Connectivity Supplemental Proposal
Submitted to the National Science Foundation March 11, 1999 Central Arizona - Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Project Nancy B. Grimm, Co-Project Director, Charles L. Redman, Co-Project Director SUMMARY OF PROPOSED EFFORT The establishment of the Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER introduces many new opportunities and as many new challenges to the extant LTER network.
March 11, 1999
1999 Coweeta LTER Connectivity Supplemental Proposal
Current Status of Internet Access for Coweeta Schoolyard LTER Program— Our experiences in this first year (1998-99) of our Coweeta Schoolyard initiative were quite positive. All five teachers involved (3 at 6th grade, 1 at high school, and 1 at community college) gave positive reviews of the activities and had overwhelmingly positive responses from the students involved.
March 10, 1999