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Long-term Ecological Research Reveals Causes and Consequences of Environmental Change

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Image of a stream flowing through a forest in the H.J. Andrews LTER site.

Scientists at the H.J. Andrews LTER site, one of 26 such NSF sites, study water resources.

Credit: NSF H.J. Andrews LTER Site


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Water-related research themes are being explored at several LTER sites.

Credit: Freshwaters Illustrated

 

Map showing the 26 sites in NSF's Long Term Ecological Research Network.

NSF's Long Term Ecological Research Network: A ribbon of 26 land, coastal and ocean sites.

Credit: NSF LTER Network


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Image of scientists at the California Current Ecosystem LTER site launching a monitoring instrument.

Scientists at the California Current Ecosystem LTER site launch a monitoring instrument.

Credit: McOwiti O. Thomas


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Image showing the Hemlock Tower in the Harvard Forest LTER site.

Researchers at the Harvard Forest LTER site study forests from the "Hemlock Tower."

Credit: David R. Foster


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Image of a cold desert biome in the NSF Sevilleta LTER site in New Mexico.

The NSF Sevilleta LTER site in New Mexico features a cold desert biome.

Credit: NSF Sevilleta LTER site


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Photo of Adelie penguins near the Palmer Station LTER site in Antarctica.

Adelie penguins near the Palmer Station LTER site in Antarctica; their numbers have declined.

Credit: Zena Cardman


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