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2013-11-05.ESIP.AgClimateCluster

NEON overview for the ESIP agriculture and climate cluster, with a focus on the relationship between NEON and the USDA LTAR.
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Brian Wee

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Transcript of 2013-11-05.ESIP.AgClimateCluster

Brian Wee, Ph.D.
Chief of External Affairs
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), Inc.

2013-11-05 | ESIP Ag & Climate Cluster
The US National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON):
© 2012 National Ecological Observatory Network, Inc. All rights reserved. The National Ecological Observatory Network is a project sponsored by the National Science Foundation and managed under cooperative agreement by NEON, Inc. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under the following grants: EF-1029808, EF-1138160, EF-1150319 and DBI-0752017. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
Artist's rendition of a typical forested site
Artist's rendition of a typical site with aquatic instrumentation
Enabling continental-scale ecological science and education, Informing society
Comparison of NEON and LTAR Approaches
Shared
Observational and experimental data
Common measurements across the research infrastructure
Harmonized protocols for measurements
Scaling up from sites to continent via models and remote-sensing

Variable Geometries
Socio-economic integration
Outlook: Research, Operation
Network topology and design
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