NEON will share and discuss recent activities and findings from research and outreach efforts, and strategically plan future projects and partnerships at the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory 2018 Annual Meeting.
The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Directorate for Biological Sciences invites media and members of the public to a distinguished lecture series with Michael Dietze of Boston University. He will present a framework to understand the predictability of ecological processes and highlight ongoing efforts to build an ecological forecasting community of practice.
Attending the West Big Data Innovation Hub Open Annual All Hands Meeting 2018? Stop by the 3:30pm - Poster Session & Lightening Talks to learn more about a NEON collaboration called EDSI: Attending the West Big Data Innovation Hub Open Annual All Hands Meeting 2018? Stop by the 3:30pm - Poster Session & Lightening Talks to learn more about a NEON collaboration called EDSIN: Introducing the Environmental Data Science Inclusion Network
This workshop will focus on decadal synthesis, combined with the integration of flux measurements with other data sources (remote sensing, inventories, tree rings, phenology, etc.). We will also explore priorities for future eddy-covariance research, and outline a general synthesis of advances over the past decade.
Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry
The Goldschmidt Conferences™ were started in 1988 by the international Geochemical Society (GS) to provide a forum for its members to discuss their latest research. NEON scientist,Samantha Weintraub will be presenting at the conference.
As NEON enters full operations, we are excited to see that the observatory will be featured in over two dozen sessions at this year's ESA annual meeting. We are also providing a number of opportunities for attendees to get to know more about this ambitious and first-of-its-kind ecological observatory.
The Sixth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds (ICRW) will explore research and adaptive management that aims to highlight the challenges of sustaining working watersheds and their components that are involved in economic production such as agriculture, urban development, forestry, mining/energy extraction, and outdoor recreational activities, while balancing issues that arise from these complex ecosystems and landscapes.
This course will focus on how to efficiently utilize NEON AOP data for scientific applications and how common remote sensing processing methods will impact data quality. Applications for the 2018 Remote Sensing with Reproducible Workflows Data Institute are due 20 March 2017.
In this workshop session, we will explore open educational resources that use NEON data, as well as use the NEON data portal to directly access NEON data of interest with a discussion of considerations for using the NEON portal and data with students.
Wicked Problems: Investigating real world problems in the biology classroom (SW 2018) is an opportunity to meet like-minded faculty, share ideas and resources, learn about effective pedagogical approaches, and catch up some cutting edge science. Participants will include Megan A. Jones, a Battelle Researcher and Science Educator for the NEON project.
This the second annual Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference sponsored by Berkeley Natural History Museums, the Berkeley Initiative for Global Change Biology, and iDigBio (NSF). Science educator, Megan A. Jones of the NEON project will be attending.
Arctic Data Committee Polar Data Planning Summit will happened in May, 2018. The focus of the Summit will be to generate detailed plans on how best to mobilize existing and soon-to-be initiated funded activities to develop a particular international data sharing case study or scenario.
Battelle-NEON is proud to participate in the 11th Meeting of the Group of Senior Officials (GSO) on Global Research Infrastructures, hosted by the United States of America. The meeting will be held at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at the Florida State University campus in Tallahassee, Florida, from May 21 to May 25, 2018.
An ILTER workshop of participants from around the world and a variety of networks (including the NEON project). Topics will focus on opportunities with and between environmental research infrastructures and a possible ILTER testbed.
The annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference attracts over 500 natural resources professionals in the fields of wildlife biology, fisheries and fisheries management, information and education and law enforcement. NEON Domain 01 staff will be there to present about the NEON program.