Virginia Coast Reserve Long-Term Ecological Research Site

Virginia Coast Reserve Long-Term Ecological Research Site Related

The Long Term Ecological Research Network:: The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network was created by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 1980 to conduct research on ecological issues that can last decades and span huge geographical areas. For more than three decades, the Network has generated rigorous, site-based scientific research that has led to important findings on regional and continental scales. The Network brings together a multi-disciplinary group of more than 2000 sci

Long-Term Research on Agricultural Systems:: Based at UC Davis, LTRAS is a long-term comparison of 10 conventional, organic and alternative cropping systems, both irrigated and nonirrigated.

Long-Term Soil Ecosystem Studies:: Worldwide network of scientists and others aiming to provide a real-time inventory of the world's long-term soil experiments to enable observations of soil changes over years and decades. Includes information on workshops.

Long House Reserve:: Reflects founder Jack Larsen's professional interests and desire to encourage creativity in gardening and living with art.

Calhoun Long-Term Soil Ecosystem Study:: Provides information on the Calhoun field experiment in South Carolina which provides special opportunities to examine soil dynamics over times scales of decades.

Kachemak Bay Research Reserve:: Team of researchers, educators, and support staff working to develop a better understanding of ecological processes in the Gulf of Alaska, with emphasis on Lower Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay.

Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island, Inc.:: Promotes and fosters understanding and stewardship of coastal ecosystems through research and education.

Virginia Water Resources Research Center:: Education and research into solutions to water resources problems.

Gulf Coast Research and Education Center - University of Florida:: Includes notes on the Center's research programs and variety trial information on tomatoes, peppers, cabbage, watermelon and gourds. Gourd photo gallery also included.

Gulf Coast Research and Education Center: University of Florida:: Provides information on the research being undertaken by Dr. Bielinski M. Santos into horticultural crops.

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National Rural Water Association (NRWA)
Coastal America
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Oregon State University - Coastal Imaging Lab