Colorado mountains

Population Studies

Combining LTER data with other monitoring data to achieve a broader spatial and temporal perspective

Poster Number:  312 Presenter/Primary Author:  Andrew Rassweiler The Santa Barbara Coastal LTER has been monitoring ecological communities at 11 shallow sub-tidal reefs in the Santa Barbara Channel for more than a decade.  Here we combine these data with tw

Long-term Changes in Zooplankton Community Structure along the West Antarctic Peninsula

Poster Number:  298 Presenter/Primary Author:  Deborah Steinberg The West Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) is one of the most rapidly warming regions on Earth, and where a high apex predator biomass is supported in large part by macrozooplankton.

Mismatched breeding phenology of a North American migratory songbird is adaptive

Poster Number:  290 Presenter/Primary Author:  Nina Lany Phenological advances are among the most widely reported consequences of anthropogenic climate warming.

Long term assessment of nitrogen cycling and harmful algal blooms in Lake Mendota, WI, USA

Poster Number:  289 Presenter/Primary Author:  Lucas Beversdorf Anthropogenic eutrophication of freshwaters has accelerated the occurrence of cyanobacterial blooms leading to altered ecosystem function and structure, water quality degradation, economic loss, an

Coral recruitment in Moorea: reef recovery in a new era of acid water and high temperature

Poster Number:  275 Presenter/Primary Author:  Peter Edmunds Over the last 50 y, coral reefs have lost a large proportion of their coral cover through the actions of natural and anthropogenic disturbances.  The changes have been so extensive that many r

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