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Check it Out: NEON Biorepository is Open for Business

January 16 2019
Need a bulk order of ground beetles? How about some frozen soil samples? Or a selection of well-preserved small mammal specimens? Now, you can check out these and dozens of other biological sample types from the NEON Biorepository.
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Tick Talk: Tracking Tick-Borne Diseases Across the Continent

October 31 2018
If you've been out walking in the woods or tall grasses this summer, you may have brought home an unwelcome passenger on your clothes or person. Ticks—and the diseases they carry—are on the move throughout much of the United States.
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NEON Observation System Data Products Will Allow Scientists to Study How Ecosystems are Changing

June 13 2018
Turning field measurements and samples into usable, downloadable data takes a lot of work—and now that work is paying off. Battelle's NEON project met a major milestone this spring when all 83 Observation System (OS) data products became available through the NEON Data Portal.
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NEON Data Yield Insights into Links Between Climate, Traits and Species Richness

April 13 2018
What can the size of a deer mouse tell you about the number of species present in its environment? A lot, as it turns out. A team of ecologists turned to data from the NEON project to look for clues.
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NEON Data Enables New Research Opportunities at SERC

March 16 2018
The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) has been collecting ecological data on coastal ecosystems in the Chesapeake Bay area for more than 50 years. Hosting a NEON field site gives SERC scientists access to new local data as well as important comparative data from across the country to further their research goals.
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Talking bathymetric mapping techniques at the American Fisheries Society Annual meeting

September 12 2017
In late August, aquatic scientists from around the world descended upon Tampa, Florida to attend the American Fisheries Society (AFS) 2017 annual meeting . This year’s theme for the national meeting...
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Seeking scientists, engineers and data experts to advise on the NEON project

September 08 2017
Interested in ensuring that the National Ecological Observatory Network is a valuable resource for your research? Consider joining a Technical Working Group (TWG) and help shape NEON science and data.
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Researchers leverage NEON field sites to find out what ants can tell us about changing climates

July 27 2017
Two biologists from the University of Oklahoma are using NEON field sites to enhance their research.
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One fish, two fish, learn how NEON samples fish

April 04 2017
You won’t find any fishing line, hooks or bobbers in NEON’s aquatic technician field gear. Instead, groups of 3-4 technicians utilize a technique called electrofishing to catch fish and collect data related to fish diversity and populations.
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