Resources

Timely Links

Update Network Databases

  • Site Personnel - manage site personnel contact information and site lists.
  • My Profile - manage personal contact information.
  • Site Profile - change site contacts and research site attributes.
  • Bibliography - upload and edit site bibliographic entries.
  • Climate/Hydrology - update site metadata and harvest information.
  • Email Lists - view and manage email lists for site and network.
  • Password Reset - request a password reset for access and administration.
  • Some of these links take you 'off-site' and you may have to login again.

Staff changes at the LNO

The end of the ARRA award has resulted in some changes in Network Office staff. Yang Xia, Network Information Manager, has taken a position as information manager at the Konza LTER site. Iñigo San Gil, Senior Application Support Analyst, is now the information manager for the McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER. Both Leanne Yanabu, Web Designer, and James Williams, Systems Analyst, have accepted new positions in the College of Arts and Sciences here at UNM.

2014 LTER Mini-symposium

LTER MiniSymposium - Scenarios and Ecosystem Forecasting
February 21, 2014
National Science Foundation

Speaker Abstracts

What’s trending?

The EcoTrends book, Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change is now available for download from the LTER (www.lternet.edu) and Jornada (http://jornada.nmsu.edu) websites. To obtain hard copies please contact Debra Peters at debpeter@nmsu.edu. Congratulations to everyone involved in this monumental effort.

LTER training lab seeks to extend use to research projects

The LNO maintains a state of the art laboratory for use in training and research activities. Recently, the LTER Training Lab was upgraded with 25 new CPUs and monitors. In addition, the lab is designed to allow easy installation of new software, and allow participation through videoconferencing. During the last four years, the lab has been used frequently for training sessions and less frequently for research working groups. We are looking to increase use of the lab for research and synthesis, so if you have a working group looking for a venue, please check it out.