Colorado mountains
From Long-Term Data to Understanding: Toward a Predictive Ecology
2015 LTER ASM Estes Park, CO - August 30 - September 2, 2015

Brain storming

The Value of Long-Term Ecological Research

nnnnnn mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm . Working Group Reports Final reports:  Final Report for 2 part "The Value of Long-Term Ecological Research" workshop, Michael Paul Nelson and Chelsea Batavia Room Assignment:  Emerald Mountain Summit – (Capacity 20)

Data Office - Communications Office interactions

The LTER-CO will need to rely on various (managed) databases to support a number of its functions. Session:  Tuesday September 1 - Ad-hoc Working Group Session 3 (Lunch) Room Assignment:  Longs Peak Diamond West (Capacity 100)

Data Center Follow Up

This ad hoc meeting will be to follow up on the developing Data Center. We plan to focus on adminstrative aspects. We expect to have participants from the EB and IMC. Session:  Wednesday September 2 - Ad-hoc Working Group Session 5 (Lunch) Room Assignment:  Ruesch Auditorium - Dodge (Capacity 50)

The LTER National Communications Office at NCEAS - What can we do for you?

NSF recently awarded the LTER National Communications Office (LNCO) to the University of California at Santa Barbara (PI Frank Davis; Co-PIs Carol Blanchette, Jenn Caselle, Matt Jones, Stacy Rebich Room Assignment:  Ruesch Auditorium -(Capacity 800)

The emergence of wicked problems in coupled human and natural systems: contributions of the LTER

Background Session:  Monday August 31 - Working Group Session 1 Room Assignment:  Longs Peak Keyhole – (Capacity 110)