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2012 LTER All Scientists Meeting
The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network—encompassing 26 research sites ranging from tropical forests to polar deserts dedicated to understanding long-term ecological phenomena—holds its All Scientists Meeting (ASM) September 10-13, 2012, at the YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, Colorado. The meeting’s theme is “The Unique Role of the LTER Network in the Anthropocene: Collaborative Science Across Scales.”
The meeting program includes seven plenary speakers (Erle C. Ellis, John Wingfield, Robert Kates, Steve Lansing, Michael P. Nelson, Elizabeth Borer, and Luis Amaral); seven working group sessions featuring over 75 working groups; over 400 posters; four evening mixers; pre-ASM meetings for information managers, graduate students, education representatives, and the LTER Executive Board; and “free time” trips to the Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park (see http://asm2012.lternet.edu/agenda for the full program).