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Social Science

Climate change communication: what should the conversation be about?

Working Group Reports Final reports:  Report for the working group: Climate change communication: what should the conversation be about? Participant list:  participant list_LTER ASM climate change communication working group.docx Do we as LTER scientists have an obligation to talk about climate change with policymakers, land managers, and other decision makers? Session:  Working Group Session 6 - Thursday Room Assignment:  Wind River C (100)

US-Mexico Ecohydrology Workshop Planning Meeting

Participants in the October 2012  "US-Mexico Workshop: Catalyzing International Collaborations to Develop a Platform for Ecohydrological Research" in Chamela, Jalisco will meet to complete two Session:  Working Group Session 3 Tuesday Working Group Session 4 Tuesday Room Assignment:  Wind River B (100)

The future of forests: it's who and what you know.

Poster Number:  30 Presenter/Primary Author:  David Kittredge LTER's Strategic Research Initiative on Integrative Science for Society and the Environment (ISSE; U.S.

Communicating LTER Science Part I and II

Working Group Reports Final reports:  Comm Sci Working Group Report for LTER ASM 2012.pdf Participant list:  Attendees Communicating LTER Science WG Sessions 1 and 2.pdf The LTER 30-year review identified improving communication of LTER science as a high priority. Session:  Working Group Session 1 - Monday Working Group Session 5 - Wednesday Room Assignment:  Ruesch Auditorium - Sweet (50)

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