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Laura Leyba-Newton on succeeding in a male-dominated STEM field

March 09 2018
Laura Leyba-Newton has a big job overseeing the Engineering team, Cal/Val team and Audit Lab for the NEON project. Learn how she found her STEM path in our third interview of the NEON #WomeninSTEM series.
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Ecological Forecasting: Reducing the Timescale from Centuries to Seasons

February 27 2018
“The time for ecologists to start forecasting is now,” says Michael Dietze. An ecologist at Boston University, Michael is seeking to arm his peers with tools for near-term ecological forecasting,...
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Sharon Collinge to Lead the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Project

February 07 2018
Battelle is pleased to welcome Sharon Collinge as the new NEON Observatory Director and Chief Scientist. Sharon will shape and oversee operations of the project.
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What’s Happening at NEON? NEON News Will Keep You in the Know

December 07 2017
Need more NEON news? Now you can keep up with all of the latest happenings at NEON, including activities at the field sites, infrastructure updates and insights from NEON staff. The first edition of...
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Happy Thanksgiving

November 21 2017
At NEON, we are all thankful for the opportunity to contribute to the project's mission to gather and synthesize data that could impact ecological research for decades and inspire the next generation of scientists.
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Before and After the Hurricanes: NEON Data for Harvey, Irma and Maria

November 02 2017
The hurricane season of 2017 has been one for the record books with three major hurricanes making landfall on U.S. states and territories within a four-week period leaving devastating impacts that the research community is just beginning to understand.
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Helping our employees in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

October 11 2017
Battelle employees worked together to help our employees located at various NEON project sites after Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico. Learn more about how they helped solve what...
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Ecological community mourns Henry Gholz

October 02 2017
We at Battelle are saddened by the unexpected death of our colleague, Henry Gholz, a visiting scientist assisting with the NEON project and someone who supported our larger science community engagement efforts.
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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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