Join the new Macrosystems Ecology For All (MEFA) Research Coordination Network on April 4 at 11:00EST for a 90-minute virtual event (details here: https://erenweb.org/mefa-events/).
Are you interested in macrosystems ecology? Would you like to explore how to use publicly available large datasets in your classroom, and/or to tackle macrosystems research questions? Do you want to learn about how to get involved in new collaborative macrosystems ecology research alongside your undergraduate students? If so, then this event is for you!
Join the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Pacific daylight time on March 14, 2023 for the live launch of the national Molecular Observation Network (MONet) initiative. Hear from the Department of Energy, Office of Science Director Dr. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, EMSL researchers, and initiative collaborators who will talk about how MONet will advance climate science research and how to get involved.
Join a new NSF-funded Research Coordination Network, Macrosystems Ecology For All (MEFA) for their launch event. At a 90-minute opening event, hear four macrosystems ecologists share their projects and stories, engage in thinking about what it might take for you to shift towards or build your existing macrosystems research, and learn all about the MEFA RCN and upcoming events.
MEFA Launch Event: Introduction to Macrosystems Ecology
Friday, March 3, 10 - 11:30 am EST
Students and Educators! You are invited to join Future Engineers, and Battelle for a live virtual chat with climate expert Mike SanClements the Research Initiatives Lead at Battelle-National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON). Learn about climate change, climate resilience, and the new Battelle Climate Challenge open to 9-12th grade students in the U.S. Bring your curiosity and questions and participate in a Q&A!
We recommend that students individually RSVP, but educators are also welcome to display the webinar to their entire class.
The National Ecological Observatory Network cordially invites the Allenspark, Colorado community to join our field staff for a meet and greet and presentation and forum.
Where: "The Old Gallery" at Allenspark, Colorado
When: Sept 27, 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Learn more about the National Ecological Observatory Program (NEON) field site at the Leiffer Propery in Rocky Mountain National Park and Roosevelt National Forest and enjoy complimentary snacks and refreshments with your community!
Join NEON & the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) for an informal chat with researchers using NEON data to examine carbon storage and cycling in ecosystems within Colorado, Maryland, and Virginia. Find out who they are, how they got interested in ecological carbon research, and the research questions they are asking.