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What is that thing called LTER?

The first ever LTER Annual Report was published this year, in time for the annual LTER mini-symposium at NSF. The report highlighted

Golden Oldies lead LTER into the blogosphere

Everyone seems to be blogging these days except LTER scientists. In truth, though, many of us have been blogging for a long time even though we didn’t know it.  Take Bruce Hayden,

LTER gets sociable

LTER gets sociable. The LTER Network has begun to use social media to reach a broader audience. As recommended in the LTER Strategic Communication Plan and the ASM workshop on media strategies for the LTER,

2013 LTER Executive Board and Science Council Meeting

Date: 
May 13, 2013 - May 17, 2013
Location: 
New Mexico State University
2995 Knox St
Las Cruces, NM 88003
United States

New members take up NISAC duties

The Network Information System Advisory Committee has 5 new members on its roster this spring to replace outgoing members. The new initiates are: Paul Bolstad (CWT), Sven Bohm (KBS), Peter Doran (MCM), Aaron Ellison (HFR), and Cristina Takacs-Vesbach (MCM). The committee now looks forward to its 2013 meeting where progress and plans for the NIS will be reviewed.