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SAEON gears up to host ILTER's inaugural Open Science Meeting

SAEON gears up to host ILTER's inaugural Open Science Meeting

The 1st Open Science Meeting of the International Long-Term Ecological Research Network (ILTER), will take place in October 2016, in the Kruger National Park and the South African LTER network is preparing to welcome scientists from around the world to discuss long-term ecosystem and socio-ecological research. Ahead of the event, Johan Pauw, Managing Director of the host network, SAEON, explains ILTER and the purpose of the conference.

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SYNTHESYS Final call - Access to taxonomy facilities

An opportunity to apply for funding to use one of several European taxonomy facilities

SYNTHESYS Final call - Access to taxonomy facilities - Read More…

Summers are getting wetter, soils are less acidic and plant species richness is increasing, according to long-term environmental studies at UK LTER sites

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.

Summers are getting wetter, soils are less acidic and plant species richness is increasing, according to long-term environmental studies at UK LTER sites - Read More…