EREN (Ecological Research as Education Network), Project EDDIE (Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration), and NEON are partnering to support a collaborative community of educators and researchers who want to explore new approaches, tools and datasets for their classrooms and research labs that combine the EREN project model with NEON data and EDDIE techniques for teaching data science.

2022 LENS Workshop

The Landscape Exchange Network for Socio-Environmental Systems (LENS)- a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Coordination Network- is holding a workshop to identify data and methods relevant to socio-environmental systems and connect them to NEON AOP data.

Alaska Data for Undergraduate Education

A network of educators, researchers, and data managers working to improve educational outcomes by providing STEM undergraduates and instructors with access to environmental data about the changing North, to build ecological knowledge, quantitative literacy, and engagement through inquiry.

Advances in Observing and Scaling Land-Atmosphere Interactions at AGU

This workshop accompanies the AGU Journals Special Collection “Advances in scaling and modeling of land-atmosphere interactions.” 

This workshop aims to enable attendees to access and jointly work with both extensive network data and intensive experiment data to unveil critical and previously inaccessible aspects of surface atmosphere interactions. This workshop will publicly release the community-developed eddy4R.turb package and solicit community feedback on NEON and CHEESEHEAD19 data product and algorithm development related to surface-atmosphere interactions.

Access and Explore NEON Aquatic Instrument Data Workshop at AGU

Do you want to learn how to access NEON instrument data programmatically, and/or wish to better understand NEON’s quality flagging processes?

If so, NEON invites you to register for the Aquatic Instrument Data Workshop at the 2021 AGU Fall Meeting!

Sunday December 12; 8:00-11:00 am CST

Power of Data: An ESA SEEDS workshop

Graduate students and early career scientists (within 8 years of PhD) from diverse underrepresented groups are invited to join a multidisciplinary network hosted by the Ecological Society of America (ESA) SEEDS (Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity and Sustainability) program. Participants will engage in research skills workshops, diversity networks, and focused conversations on the Power of the Data Revolution.

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