News & Events

January 12, 2018

“The Northwest Forest Plan as a Driver of Change in Forest Structure and Bird Populations” presented by Matthew Betts, Professor of Landscape Ecology, Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University

"LTER7 Mid-Term Review: Debriefing, Directions for the Future, and...

January 11, 2018
The LTER Network Communications Office is pleased to announce a new webinar series hosted by the NCO and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS). This series highlights the progress of the LTER synthesis working groups (...
December 06, 2017

Wildlife in the Treetops: Movement ecology and biodiversity monitoring in tropical forest canopies

Dr. Kevin McLean is an ecologist studying arboreal mammals in tropical forests, with a particular focus on movement behavior and forest structure. He has also established conducted canopy...

December 01, 2017

"Science on Demand: Informing Plan Revision in the Area of the Northwest Forest Plan" presented by Thomas Spies, Senior Scientist, Forest Service, PNW Research Station

“The National Ecological Observatory in the Pacific Northwest: Field Sites, Data, and Other Resources” presented by Ben...

November 30, 2017

GEOTECHNICAL LECTURE SERIES: The USGS Debris-Flow Flume: Past, Present, and Future
RICHARD M. IVERSON, PH.D., Senior Research Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey
ABSTRACT: The U.S. Geological Survey debris-flow flume is a unique, large-scale experimental facility located at the H.J....

November 22, 2017
Two PhD-level graduate student positions are open at the University of Indiana. Research will be focused on hydrodynamics in mountain streams, particularly along the stream-hyporheic-riparian-hillslope continuum during dynamic events (e.g., storms,...