Colorado mountains

Species range

Recent range shifts and the role of sexual signals in premating isolation of sympatric Calopteryx damselflies

Poster Number:  280 Presenter/Primary Author:  Idelle Cooper Understanding how contemporary evolution in action will mitigate or exacerbate the impacts of climate change on biodiversity is a critical need.

How invaded is our lakescape?: Systematic surveys indicate biases in existing invasion records

Poster Number:  253 Presenter/Primary Author:  Alexander Latzka Numbers of ecological invaders in North America are increasing exponentially, and their impacts on native ecosystems and economies are increasing.

Remotely sensed giant kelp canopy biomass patterns over its dominant range in the NE Pacific

Poster Number:  216 Presenter/Primary Author:  Thomas Bell Recent studies led by the Santa Barbara Coastal LTER have demonstrated the ability to examine the dynamics of giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) biomass over large temporal and spatial scal

Sierra Nevada (Spain) LTER platform: Towards adaptive management of mediterranean ecosystems

Poster Number:  193 Presenter/Primary Author:  Francisco Bonet Sierra Nevada is a high mountain range (reaching 3,482 m.a.s.l.) located in Southern Spain (37oN, 3o W) covering 2,000 km2. 
It is a Natural Biosphere Reserve (MaB.

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