Colorado mountains

GIS/Remote Sensing

LTER GIS Working Group Ad-Hoc Meeting

Join the LTER GIS Working Group for lunch to discuss plans for the next year, and share ideas.  We're a fun group of people who are interested in all things spatial, and are somewhat techno-ge Session:  Ad-hoc Working Group Session 8 - Thursday (Lunch) Room Assignment:  Ruesch Auditorium - Dodge (50)

Salix shrub expansion over the past 62 years in rocky mountain alpine tundra

Poster Number:  359 Presenter/Primary Author:  Adam Formica Global change factors are causing a shift in tundra vegetation in that woody plants are encroaching into herbaceous-dominated communities.

The effects of surrounding habitat on plant, pollinator, and plant-pollinator interaction richness and abundance

Poster Number:  352 Presenter/Primary Author:  Vera Pfeiffer Montane meadows comprise less than 5% of the landscape of the western Cascades of Oregon, but they provide habitat for diverse species of plants and pollinators.

Remote sensing of canopy nitrogen as a window to the functioning of ecosystems

Poster Number:  343 Presenter/Primary Author:  Scott Ollinger How plants interact with sunlight is central to the existence of life and provides a window to the functioning of ecosystems.  Although the basic properties of leaf spectra have been known for

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.

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