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LTER Awarded 2010 AIBS Distinguished Scientist Award

Philip Robertson accepted the 2010 AIBS Distinguished Scientist Award on behalf of the LTER Network. Photo by Julie Palakovich Carr, AIBSThe Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network is the recipient of the 2010 Distinguished Scientist Award by the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) for significant scientific contributions to the biological sciences.

Video and Presentations from 2010 LTER Mini-Symposium Available

Video and presentations from the 2010 LTER Mini-Symposium at the National Science Foundation are now available for viewing. Talks by Steve Carpenter, Scott Swinton,and Barbara Bond have audio recovered from other sources. This audio is not perfect but is acceptable compared to the original. Also included in the catalog is the complete symposium with the original flawed audio.
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Cyber security briefings preliminary schedule

As part of the LNO cooperative agreement with NSF we are required to provide regular annual cyber security briefings. There will be a least 4 briefings annually.

Call for 2007 Proposals: Funds for follow-up to ASM initiatives

The recent LTER All Scientists Meeting proved very successful in energizing existing cross-site projects and in identifying new research initiatives.  The LTER Network Office has funds available to encourage further development of the best of these projects and initiatives.  Please note that proposals submitted in response to this message do not necessarily have to address issues related to the ongoing Planning Grant activities, but may focus on any LTER cross-site research projects, including those with ILTER or non-LTER partners.