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Media Advisory 13-001
NSF Forum: The Globalization of Long Term Ecological Research

Scientists conduct long-term studies of Earth's ecosystems through international collaborations

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Fire moves through grasslands at NSF's Konza Prairie LTER Site in Kansas

LTER Artwork: Fire moves through grasslands at NSF's Konza Prairie LTER Site in Kansas.

Credit: Edward Sturr, Prairie Light Studio


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Map showing NSF's LTER networkin US.

NSF's LTER network spans ecosystems from mountains to deserts to prairies and beyond.

Credit: NSF LTER Network


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LTER Site in New Mexico

Scientists at the Sevilleta LTER Site in New Mexico conduct research in a cold desert biome.

Credit: NSF Sevilleta LTER Site


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a view of the Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Site.

Where land meets sea: a view of the Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Site.

Credit: NSF Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Site


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Researcher at Antarctica's Dry Valleys LTER Site, with tent and equipment

Research at Antarctica's Dry Valleys LTER Site takes place in a cold, cold climate.

Credit: NSF McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER Site


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green fields at the Kellogg Biological Station LTER Site.

Agroecological research at the Kellogg Biological Station LTER Site has international partners.

Credit: NSF Kellogg Biological Station LTER Site


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