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First buoy sensors installed at core aquatic sites

July 14 2015
NEON, in coordination with staff from Ordway-Swisher Biological Station, recently deployed the Observatory's first in-situ aquatic sensors on to buoys at Suggs and Barco Lake in Florida.
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Mapping the invisible: the power of spectral remote sensing

July 14 2015
Cameras and image spectrometers measure reflected light energy to capture images; when mounted on airplanes and satellites, these instruments help scientists measure changes to the earth’s surface over large areas.
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Wendy Gram on why she's passionate about sharing science

July 10 2015
In this #WomeninSTEM interview, read about Wendy, Director of Education, and her hope that NEON data will be a resource for scientists of all ages as they investigate how our earth works.
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Dr. Eugene Kelly appointed NEON visiting head scientist

July 07 2015
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Eugene Kelly as NEON’s Visiting Head Scientist. Gene is a well-respected leader in the fields of soil science, ecosystem ecology and environmental sustainability.
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Got spatio-temporal data skillz? Join NEON’s data skills hackathon

June 12 2015
NEON is hosting a 3-day lesson-building hackathon to develop a suite of NEON/Data Carpentry data tutorials and corresponding assessment instruments. Apply by Aug 17, 2015 to attend.
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Explore the connections between plants and climate in new video

June 01 2015
How does a changing climate affect plants? Find out in Project BudBurst’s newest video, Changing Climates: What’s a plant to do?
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Neon the sled puppy: how a washed out road led to a new friendship

May 26 2015
Tasked with initiating construction at the Delta Junction site in Alaska and confronted with a washed-out road en route, Frank needed to find an alternate way to access the field site.
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Explore the new NEON Data Portal

May 20 2015
NEON recently redesigned the data portal to improve overall usability and accessibility. Data users can now explore the new Data Portal and share your feedback with us!
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Answer big ecological questions using big data skills

May 13 2015
Learn how working with big data to requires a set of skills new to many scientists and explore upcoming learning opportunities in the second part of the #WorkwithData series.
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