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Media Advisory 14-001
NSF symposium addresses the long view of environmental change: Ecological scenarios

Scientists ask: If this happened, what then, in ecosystems around the world

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NSF's Harvard Forest LTER site in winter

Winter at NSF's Harvard Forest LTER site, where future scenarios studies are taking place.

Credit: David Foster, NSF Harvard Forest LTER Site


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Lake surrounded by trees in Northeast US

Recovery of acid lakes in the Northeast: A topic at the annual NSF LTER symposium.

Credit: NSF Hubbard Brook LTER Site


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Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER site including mountains, grass and buildings

Scientists at NSF's Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER site are researching sustainable future scenarios.

Credit: NSF Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER Site


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A school of fish under water

Forecasting ocean ecosystem responses to climate change is on the agenda at the symposium.

Credit: NSF California Current Ecosystem LTER Site


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Lake surrounded by various type of vegetation

Forum topic: Integrating stories, art and biophysical models in the Yahara Watershed, Wisconsin.

Credit: NSF North Temperate Lakes LTER Site


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Aerial view of the NSF Arctic LTER site including research buildings, mountains, land and water

Research in the far North: Long-term studies at NSF's Arctic LTER site will be discussed.

Credit: NSF Arctic LTER Site


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