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Researchers introduce macrosystems approach to study stream ecology

January 21 2015
By Jennifer Tidball (Kansas State University) Kansas State University scientists and collaborators have developed a new method for studying a variety of streams — including tropical, prairie or...
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4th NEON undergraduate internship program starts off strong

June 16 2016
Six enthusiastic undergraduate interns arrived at NEON headquarters in May to participate in NEON’s fourth annual undergraduate internship program . Learn more about who they are and what they are working on.
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Windows into unseen waters

April 24 2012
By Michael Fitzgerald For most people, water is just something that comes out of a faucet in their house. We pay little attention to how it gets there. For some of us, though, water and especially...
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NEON and NASA Team up at the Frontier of Remote Sensing in Ecology

June 21 2013
The NEON Airborne Observation Platform ( AOP ) team and a crowd of researchers from several different U.S. institutions joined forces in the Sierra Nevada and San Joaquin Valley in mid-June 2013 for...
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NSF Releases Video on NEON/CSU Wildfire Study

June 10 2013
One year after the devastating High Park Fire, the National Science Foundation has released a video documenting the first round of airborne and ground-based data collection for the High Park Fire...
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An engineer and a scientist walks into a lab ...

April 17 2013
By Janae Csavina My job as the Quality Assurance/Quality Control Scientist in the Calibration, Validation and Audit Laboratory (CVAL) at the NEON project started in August 2012. I was straight out of...
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NEON Undertakes its First Natural Disaster Response to Colorado’s High Park Wildfire

August 21 2012
In the largest study of its kind, NEON will collaborate with Colorado State University to provide airborne remote sensing data to study devastating wildfire effects. FORT COLLINS -- In response to...
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AOP covers ground with 166 flight hours in 2015

October 13 2015
The NEON Airborne Observation Platform (AOP) team recently wrapped up their fourth flight season. Learn how much ground AOP covered this summer and how to request NEON AOP data.
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A passion for rats: stepping into the role of NEON Mammal Ecologist

August 08 2011
By Kate Thibault I love rats. Not the big, slimy ones that live in the sewers or stow away on ships and then wreak havoc on pristine island ecosystems. I mean all of the other small mammals that...
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