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Sevilleta Schoolyard LTER and the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP): Partnering environmental education, ecosystem monitoring, and stewardship of the Middle Rio Grande riparian forest

Poster Number:  296 Presenter/Primary Author:  Kim Eichhorst The Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP)/Sevilleta schoolyard LTER is long-term ecological research done by K-12 students and their teachers to monitor key indicators of structural and functi

Urban land-use institutions and parcel-scale change in Phoenix, Arizona, 1915-2012

Poster Number:  292 Presenter/Primary Author:  Joseph Tuccillo We seek to analyze how individual landowner decisions at the parcel level drive Phoenix’s macro-level land use patterns.

The community context of adaptation to environmental change

Poster Number:  288 Presenter/Primary Author:  Elizabeth Kleynhans The ability of a species to evolve to match environmental conditions is a well-known phenomenon.

LTER Network Office

Poster Number:  282 Presenter/Primary Author:  Thomas McOwiti The LTER Network Office (LNO) was established in 1983 to support and promote LTER Network science and activities.

The Sevilleta LTER Wireless Data Acquisition Network

Poster Number:  281 Presenter/Primary Author:  Renée F. Brown Over the past eight years we have constructed a large-scale wireless telemetry network that connects research experiments and wildlife monitoring webcams to the Internet via links to the University

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