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.

Get more visibility and impact from your research with data citation

Citing data has been part of the LTER information management culture for several decades, albeit passively.  The documentation for most LTER data sets contains information about how to cite or acknowledge the data in publication but journals vary widely on their acceptance and approach to citing data.  Large search engines and unique identifiers have now made it possible to realize some real benefits from citing data sets and more journals are coming around to encouraging the idea.  

Mmmmm, PASTA

The LTER Network Information System development team announced the production version of PASTA and the new NIS Data Portal. The system went live on January 11, 2013. Accessible through portal.lternet.edu, PASTA provides a repository

LTER personnel directory gets makeover

LNO staff are working with a contracted programmer to complete a newly designed personnel directory. The directory features web-service interfaces that allow sites to integrate local directory information and manage the Network directory from a local interface.

LTER holds 12th annual mini-symposium at NSF

In late February, the annual LTER mini-symposium took place at the National Science Foundation (NSF), attracting about 100 people (see http://news.lternet.edu/Article2714.html). The symposium coincided

LTER sites coordinate information management approaches

Seven sites (Arctic, Jornada, Luquillo, North Temperate Lakes, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Plum Island, and Sevilleta), in cooperation with the LTER Network Office, have chosen to use Drupal software for information management. The goal for the Drupal Ecological Information Management System (DEIMS)