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Nouvelle série de webinars US LTER

Publié le 13 jan 2018
Par Marie-Noelle Pons

The US LTER Network Communications Office is pleased to announce a new webinar series hosted by the NCO and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS). This series highlights the progress of the LTER synthesis working groups (https://lternet.edu/synthesis-working-groups). The webinars will cover the latest ideas emerging from LTER synthesis research, as well as insights on the process. In the lead-off webinar on January 11th, Dr. Steph Hampton will present and discuss what is being learned about the science of team science, drawing on experiences from several synthesis centers. Please join us for one seminar or the whole series. All webinars will be the on the second Thursday of each month at 11 am Pacific Standard Time.

For additional information on the webinars, please visit the series web page at: https://lternet.edu/2018-synthesis-webinars

For additional information on Synthesis Groups, see: https://lternet.edu/synthesis-working-groups

January 11

The Science of Team Science: Lessons from Synthesis Centers
Stephanie Hampton

February 8

Building Capacity for Increased Interactions between Modelers and Empiricists
Kimberly La PierreMeghan Avolio, and Kevin Wilcox

March 8

Stream Elemental Cycling: Global Patterns in Stream Energy and Nutrient Cycling
Adam Wymore

April 12

Scaling-Up Productivity Responses to Changes in Biodiversity
Forest Isbell and Laura Dee 

May 10

Using Long Term Data to Understand Links between Environmental Variability and Metacommunity Stability
Eric Sokol

June 7

Synthesizing Population and Community Synchrony to Understand Drivers of Ecological Stability across LTER Sites (tentative title)
Lauren HallettDaniel Reumann, and Katharine Suding