National Ecological Observatory Network - Using Ecological Science to Better Understand Our World

Nov 10, 2016, 2:15am - 4:30am

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Scientist gathered around an observatory equipment on a green vegetation field


NEON, the National Ecological Observatory Network, is a continental-scale observation system for examining ecological change over time -- informing decisions at national and community levels that will impact natural resources management and human well-being for generations to come. Solely funded with $427 million by the National Science Foundation.  Operated by Battelle, at Battelle’s Columbus headquarters and the NEON office in Boulder, Colorado. 


Presenter

Gene Kelly, PhD, Visiting Head Scientist, National Ecological Observatory Network

 

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