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New book on the role of remote sensing in nature conservation, with examples from LTER and Natura 2000 sites
The Roles of Remote Sensing in Nature Conservation. A Practical Guide and Case Studies by Díaz-Delgado, Lucas and Hurford is published by Springer
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New paper on linking essential biodiversity variables and ecosystem integrity
This paper considers the benefits linking two approaches - Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBV) and Ecosystem Integrity (EI) - in the context of two global networks - ILTER and GEO BON.
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How long-term ecosystem studies can benefit research on biodiversity, ecosystem service trade-offs and human well-being
A new paper sets out how the international LTER community could collaborate effectively with the global ICSU Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS)
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Summers are getting wetter, soils are less acidic and plant species richness is increasing, according to long-term environmental studies at UK LTER sites
Changes in air pollution and weather patterns have had marked effects on the UK’s terrestrial environment over the past 20 years. This is the main conclusion drawn from assessments of data from several of the UK’s longest running environmental research sites that comprise the UK Environmental Change Network (or ECN), presented in a new Special Issue of the journal Ecological Indicators.
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Long-Term Ecosystem Research (LTER) celebrated in special issue
A special issue concerning long-term ecosystem research has recently been published
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Paper by international team highlights the scientific value of ILTER
A paper published at the end of 2012 by a team of ILTER members demonstrates the importance of the International Long Term Ecological Research network in studying and monitoring environmental changes at a global level.
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LTER-Europe members contribute to new book on monitoring freshwater habitats
A new book, Conservation Monitoring in Freshwater Habitats, features chapters by authors involved in several LTER-Europe member networks, including Ricardo Díaz-Delgado and colleagues from the Spanish LTER network and Richard Chadd of the UK's Environmental Change Network. The book focuses on the need to develop clear, site-specific, conservation management goals; something rarely considered in previous publications on freshwater monitoring.
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