Good science is built on good data
The National Ecological Observatory Network, or NEON, offers expert ecological data from sites across the continent to power the most important science being done today.
By ecologists. For everyone.
NEON is a network of field research sites, designed by ecologists to provide open data for all. Discover how we learn and grow.
81 field sites across the U.S.
To uniquely support 30+ years of site-level and continental-scale research, NEON locates sites across the U.S. to capture variability in ecological and climatological conditions.
Put NEON data to work
Make the most of NEON, whether you’re a scientist looking for tools and research opportunities, a student just getting started, or ecology-curious.
Explore the wide range of resources that we offer to enhance your research program, including research support, code for data analyses, tutorials, and workshops.
Get Started with NEON Data
NEON offers over 180 free, open data products collected using a variety of methods including automated instruments, observational sampling, and airborne remote sensing.
Build with us
NEON does not operate alone. We’re here to work with scientists, educators, and partners to improve our science, tools, and processes.