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Translating Science for Society: Broader Impacts of NSF's Long-Term Ecological Research Program
A brochure published in August 2005 by the National Science Foundation highlighting the LTER Network.
September 13, 2005
Twenty-Eight Years of the US-LTER Program
Twenty-Eight Years of the US-LTER Program: Experience, Results, and Research Questions James R. Gosz, Robert B. Waide, and John J. Magnuson
October 14, 2010
Understanding an iconic landscape through comparative international long-term ecological research
Evelyn Gaiser (FCE): 5/16/2013
August 13, 2013
Understanding and Facilitating Sustainability in Urban Ecosystems
Steward Pickett, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, BES LTER LTER Science Council, Andrews Experimental Forest, May 16 - 17, 2012
May 25, 2012
UNM proposal for National Communication Office - 2015
Public PDF of UNM proposal for National Communication Office - 2015
August 27, 2015
Upcoming Coordinating Committee Meetings: 2002 Coordinating Committee Meeting Presentation
Presentation on future CC meetings presented at the 2002 LTER CC meeting, Sevilleta LTER
April 20, 2002
Urban Systems & Resilience to Climate Change
NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research March 2, 2011. A comparison of environmental governance networks in Baltimore & Seattle Michele Romolini , Baltimore Ecosystem Study LTER See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3399/
March 11, 2011
Urban Water Sustainability
Urban Water Sustainability Claire Welty, Baltimore Ecosystem Study http://mtsms.unm.edu/Mediasite/Play/a9394bc9daa341a3ac10660f4b871cbf1d?c... Thursday, March 01, 2012 10:30 AM EST 31 Minutes 59 Seconds
November 14, 2012
US Forest Service - LTER Collaborations
An introduction to the mutually beneficial collaborationsbetween the US Forest Service and the Long Term Ecological Research Network, as presented by Doug Ryan, USDA Forest Service.
December 08, 1998
US LTER Book Series: Criteria, Guidelines and Protocols
This document describes the process by which new books can be included in the US LTER book series. Authors should reach out to the publications committee as early in the development process as possible. 
September 22, 2016
Use of a tower network...
NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research March 2, 2011. Marcy Litvak, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, Sevilleta LTER See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3400/
March 11, 2011
Use of a tower network...
Use of a tower network to reduce uncertainties about how carbon balance in the southwest will respond to climate change
May 23, 2011
Use of Remote Sensing in the Long Term Ecological (LTER) Program - Vande Castle 1998
June 14, 2013
Use of Remote Sensing in the Long Term Ecological (LTER) Program-1998
May 31, 2012
Using the Landscape to Mitigate Vulnerability and Enhance Resilience
Using the Landscape to Mitigate Vulnerability and Enhance Resilience Billie Turner II, Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER http://mtsms.unm.edu/Mediasite/Play/4837d8b5e5724c2dbc8e128c0fbb77f21d?c... Thursday, March 01, 2012 11:30 AM EST 16 Minutes 58 Seconds
November 14, 2012
Using XML-encoded Metadata as a Basis for Advanced Information Systems for Ecological Research
Peter H. MCCARTNEY and Matthew B. JONES - Metadata provide information on the structure and meaning of data. It is one of the most basic components for building a scalable, networked infrastructure for accessing ecological data. Several partnering groups from ecology have collaborated to define a standardized format for metadata that is machine-parseable and extensible.
June 10, 2002
Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Principal Investigator History
A listing of the Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Principal Investigators (PI) and Co-Principal Investigators (Co-PI) from 1986-2006
January 27, 2011
Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Site Brochure
This brochure provides a description and overview of research activities at the Virginia Coast Reserve LTER.  
October 25, 2011
Waide 30 Year Review Presentation
Waide 30 Year Report Presentation
October 28, 2010
Water Connects All
NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research March 2, 2011. Water Connects All:Climate Change and Mountain Hydrology in a Watershed Context Anne Nolin, Oregon State University and HJ Andrews Long Term Ecological Research Site See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3397/
March 11, 2011
Water Connects All:Climate Change and Mountain Hydrology in a Watershed Context
Water Connects All:Climate Change and Mountain Hydrology in a Watershed Context
May 23, 2011
Web Services for ClimDB/HydroDB Database
This article is intended to provide an introduction to ClimDB/HydroDB database development, experimental web services, the access the database, and to demonstrate potential capabilities and its interoperability with harvest scripts and other software.
February 07, 2012
Web Services Working Group Report
April 27, 2012
Web Services Working Group-IM Buy-Out Report
Final report for IM Buy-Out working group.
August 17, 2011
Winter 1994 Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
Minutes of January 29-30, 1994 LTER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING Washington DC
January 30, 1994