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Media Advisory 08-017
National Science Foundation Forum to Address Social and Ecological Systems in a Changing World

Seventh annual symposium on long-term ecological research set for Feb. 28

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Long-term ecological research findings on cities such as Phoenix may be applied to global problems.

Research findings on cities such as Phoenix may be applied to larger geographic regions, and the globe.

Credit: Tim Trumble/ASU-CAP LTER


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Human impacts on Wisconsin's Northern Highland Lake District are a subject of the symposium.

Human impacts on the Northern Highland Lake District, part of the North Temperate Lakes Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER), are one of the subjects of this year's LTER mini-symposium.

Credit: Carl Bowser

 



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