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News Release 18-107

Scientists to present new long-term ecological research findings at fall American Geophysical Union meeting

NSF-funded researchers will delve into the hidden realms of ice-covered lakes, deep soil processes, plant roots

Changing patterns of ice formation and melting are affecting winter microbial activity in lakes.

Changing patterns of ice formation and melting are affecting winter microbial activity in lakes.

Credit: John Magnuson/NTL LTER


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Scientists at the Northeast U.S. Shelf LTER site will talk about their research on marine plankton.

Scientists at the Northeast U.S. Shelf LTER site will talk about their research on marine plankton.

Credit: Stephanie Anderson and Susanne Menden-Deuer, University of Rhode Island


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Experimental plots at the Hubbard Brook LTER site have been shoveled to simulate delayed snowfall.

Experimental plots at the Hubbard Brook LTER site have been shoveled to simulate delayed snowfall.

Credit: Pamela Templer


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Scientists install a Sediment Elevation Tube in a salt marsh to observe the activity of microbes.

Scientists install a Sediment Elevation Tube in a salt marsh to observe the activity of microbes.

Credit: Plum Island Microbial Observatory


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Ocotillo is drought deciduous. After rare desert rains, the plant grows leaves within 24 hours.

Ocotillo is drought deciduous. After rare desert rains, the plant grows leaves within 24 hours.

Credit: Jornada LTER site


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LTER scientists study organic matter in streambed sediments under controlled conditions.

LTER scientists study organic matter in streambed sediments under controlled conditions.

Credit: Steve Wondzell


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