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International LTER to meet in Portugal
Registration is now open for the annual meeting of the International Long-Term Ecological Research Network
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LTER sites used in study of mountain-top vegetation responses to climate change
Results from a pan-European study of high altitude vegetation responses to climate change
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New research using LTER data reveals hydrochloric acid's effects on ecosystems
Recently published research was stimulated originally by the detection of unexpected changes in soil pH in data from the Environmental Change Network, the UK's LTER network
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Training workshop on ecosystem monitoring & management is aimed at developing countries
ILTER partners, CERN, are looking for 24 applicants for a forthcoming training workshop in China. The closing date for applying is 15 September
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Opportunities for research positions at Doñana Biological Station, Spain (EBD-CSIC)
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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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Presentations from LTER climate change symposium available
On 2 March 2011 NSF hosted an LTER symposium in Arlington, VA, USA on "Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research". The presentations are now available to view online
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Training course on sampling protocols for ecosystem research
News of a training course run by the ExpeER project, of which LTER-Europe is a partner
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Training course in environmental information management - USA
ILTER member University of New Mexico (USA) is running a 3 week training course from 28 May to 15 June 2012
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French and US long-term ecological research networks agree to share knowledge and skills
The U.S. and French Long Term Ecological Research networks have signed a Memorandum of Understanding committing the two networks to work together.
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