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Using geospatial data and field investigations to monitor effects of climate change on birds and amphibians: Leveraging a NASA Innovations in Climate Education (NICE) grant and LTER core data to train undergraduates in conducting ecological research

Poster Number:  377 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jeff Hepinstall-C... Four faculty at the University of Georgia (two PI’s on CWT LTER) have teamed to train undergraduate students in conducting ecological research through a NASA Innovations in Climate Education (NICE,

Comparing 25 years of land cover and population change in the southern Appalachians

Poster Number:  373 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jeff Hepinstall-C... Substantial population growth has been observed over the past 30 years in the Southern Appalachians.

Using Narrative to Develop Environmental Empathy: Stories About Polar Regions in the LTER Schoolyard Book Series

Poster Number:  372 Presenter/Primary Author:  Alex Mass Presentations on climate change and ecological consequences to children often emphasize threats, particularly in polar regions.

KBS LTER: Field Crop Ecology

Poster Number:  370 Presenter/Primary Author:  Justin Kunkle The KBS LTER site is in a diverse, rural-to-semirural landscape typical of the U.S. Great Lakes and upper Midwest regions.

Shifting symbiotic states and diversity patterns as an indicator of climate change

Poster Number:  364 Presenter/Primary Author:  Ruth Gates Accumulating data strongly suggest that the fate of Scleractinians will be determined in part, by the composition of symbiotic dinoflagellate (Symbiodinium sp.) communities hosted by coral

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER