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Media Advisory 09-003
National Science Foundation Forum to Address Ecological Connectivity and Climate in a Changing World

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Photo of the Canyonlands National Park which endured extreme wind erosion during the 2001 drought.

Canyonlands National Park endured extreme wind erosion during the 2001 drought. Scientists are researching the long-term effects of drought at LTER sites such as Sevilleta in New Mexico and Niwot Ridge in Colorado.

Credit: Jason Neff


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Photo of a scientist studying the organisms that make up a coral reef.

A scientist at the Moorea Coral Reef LTER site studies the organisms that make up a coral reef.

Credit: Matthew Meier


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