NEON will be leading a national webinar for the Nature Conservancy (TNC) staff. Grab your lunch, snack, or coffee and join us to learn about the NEON program on Thursday, February 25th from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (EST)
This webinar is only open to TNC & NEON staff.
The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) provides open ecological data from 81 field sites across the United States, including six field sites managed by the Nature Conservancy (TNC). NEON data cover a wide range of subject areas within ecology, including organismal observations, biogeochemistry, remote sensing, and micrometeorology. Many datasets already span several years of data collection. In addition to open data, NEON also provides many resources that support land managers, researchers and educators, including sampling protocols, data skills training, and classroom-ready lesson plans. This workshop will provide an introduction to resources for access and working with a variety of NEON data for your research or curriculum, as well as an overview of the NEON Data Portal. Additionally, it will showcase case studies of researchers using NEON data from TNC field sites to show how NEON science can be an integral co-benefit of protecting the lands and waters on which all life depends.
- When: Thursday, February 25th from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (EST)
- Where: Online
- Who: This webinar is only open to TNC & NEON staff
We are always happy to hear from our colleagues here at NEON! Please feel free to reach out to your presenters, or using the Contact Us form and we will address your inquiry with the most appropriate subject matter experts.
Claire Lunch, PhD; Research Scientist, Data Science; NEON program, Battelle
Marie Faust, MS; Science Outreach Specialist; NEON program, Battelle
Donal O'Leary, PhD; Research Scientist, Science Education; NEON program, Battelle