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LTER-Europe launches online map of its sites
A new online interface enables people to explore LTER sites in Europe
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LTER-Europe Majorca conference: registration now open
Online registration is now open for the LTER-Europe conference in Majorca, December 2008
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LTER-Europe meeting held in Slovakia
In August, LTER-Europe held a one-day meeting during the 2008 ILTER annual meeting in Slovakia
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LTER-Europe welcomes two new member networks
LTER Bulgaria and LTER Serbia join LTER-Europe
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New book on Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research
A book edited by several members of LTER-Europe and ALTER-Net was published recently
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LTSER workshop: presentations now available from this successful event
News of the LTSER workshop that took place in Helsinki in June, co-organised by LTER-Europe and ALTER-Net
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Call for project proposals at open space event: "Science meets research sites & platforms"
LTER-Europe is looking for people to contribute to the development of potential projects that will use potential of the network of LTER sites. An Open Space event at the LTER meeting (1-5 December, Majorca) will enable this initiative to begin.
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The 11th Annual LTER-Europe conference
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Key role of global change research highlighted at ILTER's first Open Science Meeting
From 10-13 October 2016, three hundred delegates from around the globe gathered in Skukuza in South Africa's Kruger National Park for the first ILTER Open Science Meeting.
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G7's GSO accepts Global Ecosystem Research Infrastructure initiative as a use case during high level meeting in China
Improving knowledge about ecosystem functioning is essential for addressing the crucial challenges of managing limited natural resources in a sustainable manner, to assure long-term human wellbeing on the planet. The Global Ecosystem Research Infrastructure initiative (GERI) aims at establishing indispensable infrastructures across continents. GERI was discussed in a high level conference of the G7 Group of Senior Officials (GSO) in Shanghai last week, and approved as a GSO use case.
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