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

Site Description / Science Poster (Sunday)

Coweeta (CWT) and the temperate montane deciduous forest of the southern Appalachians: Topographically complex, climatically variable, disturbed at multiple time scales, and human modified and utilized

Poster Number:  298 Presenter/Primary Author:  Rhett Jackson The Coweeta LTER (CWT) is guided by a single overarching question: "How do natural disturbances, topography, climate variability, and human activities interact with ecological processes to affect e

SITES – A Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science

Poster Number:  283 Presenter/Primary Author:  Ola Langvall SITES is a national coordinated infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research.

The Sevilleta (SEV) Long Term Ecological Research Site: Drivers of Variability in Drylands

Poster Number:  281 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jennifer Rudgers The Sevilleta (SEV) Long Term Ecological Research Program, (SEV), established in 1988, advances scientific knowledge to inform the conservation and management of dryland ecosystems.

Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Research - SITES Skogaryd Research Catchment

Poster Number:  279 Presenter/Primary Author:  Leif Klemedtsson The Skogaryd Research Catchment (SRC; 58°23’N, 12°09’E, hemiboreal) is part of the Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science (SITES,

The Konza Prairie LTER Program: Assessing Mechanisms of Sensitivity and Resilience to Global Change

Poster Number:  245 Presenter/Primary Author:  John Blair The Konza Prairie LTER program (KNZ) is a comprehensive ecological research, education and outreach program, centered on one of the most productive grasslands in North America – the tallgrass prair