The data produced at LTER sites are an extraordinary scientific resource that can inform a wide variety of questions. Among site-comparisons interrogate the generality of effects observed at particular sites. Modeling efforts employ long term observations and experiments to formulate and test rigorous descriptions of theory. Scaling exercises get at the continental or even global impacts of documented effects. LTER synthesis working groups organized through the LTER Network Office (LNO) are intended to support collaboration on these and many other types of questions. In the 2020 competition, the LNO expects to award 2-4 synthesis working groups at a funding level of up top $55,000 per year for up to two years.
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The Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub is excited to put out a Call for Participation in a new Urban to Rural Communities Working Group. The working group will consist of a team of community members working in collaboration to determine how we might leverage data in new ways to address scientific and societal challenges of interest to the Northeast Big Data Hub community. We expect the working group would convene virtually on a monthly basis, with additional collaboration on specific projects as participant interest indicates.
Deadline: October 16, 2020