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A team approach to data synthesis : the playbook for creating a centralized, dynamic, and sustainable ANPP database
Contributor:Laney, Christine; Cushing, Judith B.; Muldavin, Esteban; Vanderbilt, Kristin; Kaplan, Nicole E.; Zeman, Lee; Milchunas, Daniel; Leroy, Carri; Kruger, Judith; Gao, Jincheng; Ramsey, Ken; Mallett, Juli
The Grasslands Data Integration (GDI) project has brought together ecologists, information managers and computer scientists to address the interdisciplinary challenges of integrating ANPP data from multiple sources. In ...
1993 annual report
Contributor:Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research (SGS-LTER); Colorado State University. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship; Colorado State University. Department of Soil and Crop Sciences; Colorado State University. Department of Biology; California State University, Fullerton; United States. Agricultural Research Service; University of Northern Colorado
The Central Plains Experimental Range Long Term Ecological Research Project was first funded in 1982. In the past 11 years, the project has supported a large number of studies. Since nearly all of these studies are long-term ...
Two years of carbon dioxide enrichment on the shortgrass steppe of Colorado
Contributor:Ojima, D. S.; Parton, W. J.; Milchunas, D. G.; Mosier, A. R.; LeCain, D. R.; Morgan, J. A.
This study assessed how doubling the CO2 concentration over present levels affects the growth and physiology of shortgrass steppe vegetation in eastern Colorado. In March, 1997, six open-top chambers (OTCs) were installed ...
GIS data and tools available at SGS-LTER
Contributor:Kaplan, N. E.; Flynn, R. L.
Poster presented at the 7th Shortgrass Steppe Symposium held in Fort Collins, Colorado on 1/14/05.
A multi-scale assessment of beetle diversity and landscape properties
Contributor:Wiens, John A.; Hoffman, Aaron L.
The issue of scale is important in ecology. Many studies have indicated that ecological patterns can vary with the grain and extent of the study, and thus it is difficult to extrapolate from fine to coarse scales. Furthermore, ...
Species interactions across three trophic levels : Cynomys ludovicianus colonies increase floral visitation by insects
Contributor:Hardwicke, K. B.; Detling, J. K.
Poster presented at the 7th Shortgrass Steppe Symposium in Fort Collins, Colorado on 1/14/05.
Long-term ecological research on Colorado shortgrass steppe
Contributor:Milchunas, Daniel G.; Lauenroth, William K.; Knapp, Alan K.; Klein, Julia A.; Conant, Richard T.; Burke, Ingrid C.; Brown, Cynthia S.; Webb, Colleen T.; Augustine, David J.; Angert, Amy L.; Kelly, Eugene F.; Kaplan, Nicole E.; Derner, Justin D.; Antolin, Michael F.; Moore, John C.; Blumenthal, Dana M.; Wallenstein, Matthew D.; Von Fischer, Joseph C.; Stapp, Paul; Paustian, Keith H.; Parton, William J.; Morgan, Jack A.
Poster presented at the LTER All Scientists Meeting held in Estes Park, CO on September 10-13, 2012.
LTER : Long Term Ecological Research Network
Contributor:Yonker, C. M.; Kaplan, N. E.; Kelly, E. F.
The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network is a collaborative effort involving more than 1800 scientists and students investigating ecological processes over long temporal and broad spatial scales. Each LTER site ...
Colorado Front Range GK12 connecting kids and ecology — teachers and researchers
Contributor:Seemueller, Carol; Quirk, Meghan H.; Moore, John C.; Hartley, Laurel M.
The Colorado Front Range GK12 project is a collaborative effort of Colorado State University, the University of Northern Colorado, Weld County School District 6, and Poudre School District.
An IM toolbox for the present and future to support data synthesis activities
Contributor:Zeimet, Adam; Beer, Dianne; Norman, John; Kaplan, Nicole; Flynn, Bob
This poster displays four examples of topics and tools currently being implemented and developed by information management staff at the Shortgrass Steppe LTER, across the LTER Network and within USDA Agricultural Research ...