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Media Advisory 11-003
NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

Scientists address climate change effects on ecosystems from grasslands to forests to open ocean

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Photo of scientists at NSF's Niwot Ridge LTER Site.

Scientists at NSF's Niwot Ridge LTER Site, one of 26 such LTER Sites, study climate change.

Credit: Niwot Ridge LTER Site/John W. Marr


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Photo of BioCon4, an LTER experiment to study how plants will respond to climate change.

BioCon4 is an LTER experiment to study how plants will respond to climate change.

Credit: NSF LTER Network


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Photo of the Sevilleta site where scientists conduct night-time warming experiments.

Sevilleta Site: Scientists conduct night-time warming experiments to document climate change.

Credit: NSF Sevilleta LTER Site


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Photo of the McMurdo Dry Valleys site in Antarctica where a dive hole is being melted.

McMurdo Dry Valleys Site: Melting a dive hole in Antarctica to allow for bottom sampling.

Credit: NSF McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER Site


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Photo of the Harvard Forest site where forest carbon exchange measurements are conducted.

Harvard Forest Site: Longest-running time-series measurements of forest carbon exchange.

Credit: NSF Harvard Forest LTER Site


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Photo of the Konza Prairie site where precipitation patterns are observed.

Konza Prairie Site: Rainfall manipulation plots allow observations of precipitation patterns.

Credit: NSF Konza Prairie LTER Site


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