The NIS Data Portal is the new interface to LTER data in the NIS.

Soil organic matter, also called soil carbon, is very important to farmers because it...

An ongoing experiment now in its third decade at Cedar Creek has shown that even very low levels...

Cedar Creek research demonstrates that anticipated atmospheric CO2 levels predicted for 2075...

Alpine environments are sensitive indicators of air pollution.

Scientists at NWT have documented how high-elevation mountain ecosystems serve as "water towers...

Predicting how ecosystems will respond to forecast environmental changes and to evaluate the...

Climate is a critical driver of grassland structure and function.

Understanding the ecological effects of fire and grazing in grasslands is an important aspect of...

Restoration ecology seeks to repair the diversity and dynamics of ecosystems degraded by human...

Grasslands and wooded grasslands cover around 40% of the Earth’s terrestrial surface and more...

The LTER Network

The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network was created by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 1980 to conduct research on ecological issues that can last decades and span huge geographical areas.

For more than three decades, the Network has generated rigorous, site-based scientific research that has led to important findings on regional and continental scales.
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