The Microbial Ecology Sampling Program encompasses measurements of soil and aquatic microbial diversity, composition, and abundances that are deemed critical for understanding long-term changes in biodiversity and ecosystem function. The tools used for measuring microbial diversity in the environment develop and change rapidly. NEON relies on input and guidance from the Microbial Technical Working Group to advise on questions related to methods and analyses, as well as best practices for ensuring data quality, accessibility, and usability.
If you have questions or comments for this working group, please contact Lee Stanish.
Learn more about how to join this group or nominate someone to join this group.
|Lee Stanish||National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)||Lead|
|Naupaka Zimmerman||University of San Francisco||Chair|
|Allison Veach||University of Texas at San Antonio||Member|
|Amy Jacobs||National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)||Member|
|Christopher Blackwood||Kent State University||Member|
|Debjani Sihi||Oak Ridge National Laboratory||Member|
|Gary King||Louisiana State University||Member|
|James Tiedje||Michigan State University||Member|
|Linda Kinkel||University of Minnesota||Member|
|Rachel Gallery||University of Arizona||Member|
|Robert Bowers||Joint Genome Institute||Member|
|Xiao-Jun Allen Liu||University of Massachusetts||Member|