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EU BON General Meeting
During the exciting first year of its existence, EU BON has been successful in many ways and the project is developing progressively towards its general objectives. This first period has allowed establishing the functional structure and getting all work packages started and linked. EU BON has established new links with other EU projects and initiatives, additionally the expertise of our consortium has been enhanced by affiliating associate partners, an approach EU BON is planning to continue with.
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GLEON 13 Meeting (Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network)
The Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) combines an array of lake sensors deployed around the globe to address local issues for individual lake ecosystems but also to document changes in lake ecosystems that occur in response to different landuse, latitude and climate. Because many of the modifications to the landscape and climate will be expressed firstly in lake ecosystems, these systems offer a unique opportunity to monitor, analyse and predict future landscape and climate change.
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Global role of European Environmental Research Infrastructures
A 'townhall meeting' at the 2017 EGU General Assembly
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ILTER Annual Meeting 2012
Annual meeting of the International Long-Term Ecological Research network
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INTERACT Transnational Access: Call for Summer 2013 and Winter 2013/2014
The INTERACT project under EU FP7 has a Transnational Access program that offers access to 20 research stations in northernmost Europe and Russian Federation. The sites represent a variety of glacier, mountain, tundra, boreal forest, peatland and freshwater ecosystems, providing opportunities for researchers from natural sciences to human dimension.
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Long term socio-ecological research: What do we know from science and practice?
The emerging interdisciplinary field of Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research, abbreviated LTSER, aims at observing, analyzing, understanding and modelling of changes in coupled socio-ecological (or human-environment) systems over longer, i.e. at least decadal, sometimes even centennial, periods of time. LTSER is focused on interactions between societies and ecosystems at various spatial and temporal scales. By including long-term monitoring, historical research, forecasting and scenario building, empirical and conceptual research as well as participatory approaches, LTSER aims at providing a knowledge base that helps to reorient socio-economic trajectories towards more sustainable pathways.
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LTER Italy annual meeting and scientific conference
The LTER-Italy network towards an open and sustainable infrastructure
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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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