The US Long Term Ecological Research Program

@inproceedings{Hobbie2003TheUL,
  title={The US Long Term Ecological Research Program},
  author={John E. Hobbie and Stephen R. Carpenter and Nancy B. Grimm and James R. Gosz and Timothy R. Seastedt},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The 24 projects of the National Science Foundation's Long Term Ecological Research Network, whose sites range from the poles to the Tropics, from rain forests to tundras and deserts, and from offshore marine to estuarine and freshwater habitats, address fundamental and applied ecological issues that can be understood only through a long-term approach. Each project addresses different ecological questions; even the scale of research differs across sites. Projects in the network are… CONTINUE READING

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