Case studies exemplify the impact that NEON can make on ecological research. Follow these stories that describe how our user community have made new, exciting discoveries about how our natural systems function.
Kansas State University scientists and collaborators have developed a new method for studying a variety of streams — including tropical, prairie or forested streams — across continents. Walter Dodds has led the researchers in creating the Stream Biome Gradient Concept, which is a way to compare streams in different climates and different continents. The concept can improve how researchers study streams worldwide.