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ILTER – The International Long-Term Ecological Research Network as a Platform for Global Coastal and Ocean Observation

By Stace Beaulieu | September 3, 2019

Article in Frontiers in Marine Science, published 28 August 2019, with co-authors Heidi Sosik and Stace Beaulieu: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2019.00527

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Our EDI Summer Fellow developed workflows to visualize and publish IFCB data products

By Stace Beaulieu | August 6, 2019

This summer we had the wonderful opportunity to host Kathy Qi (see photo) as an Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) Fellow. The EDI Summer Fellowship program sponsors undergraduate, graduate, and recent postgraduate students at a variety of host institutions across the U.S. with training in ecological data management. Kathy is an undergraduate majoring in Marine Biology…

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Sampling neuston near NES-LTER Station L1

By Stace Beaulieu | July 3, 2019

We kicked off summer 2019 with a unique opportunity to sample zooplankton at the surface near NES-LTER Station L1. Jaxine Wolfe, one of our summer REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates), joined other students as part of the Woods Hole Partnership Education Program (PEP) on a cruise on the Sea Education Association‘s research sailing vessel Corwith…

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Awards for the NES-LTER Schoolyard’s first Data Jam!

By Stace Beaulieu | April 14, 2019

The winning team for the 1st Annual Northeast U.S. Ecosystems Data Jam Competition is from Fairhaven High School (Fairhaven, MA), for their Level 3 project titled, “A Flood and Nitrogen: The Perfect Recipe for an Algae Feast”. Honorable Mentions go to: Level 1 – a team from Our Sisters’ School (New Bedford, MA) for “The…

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A second successful Winter Transect cruise!

By Stace Beaulieu | February 12, 2019

The NES-LTER Team just returned from the second successful Winter Transect cruise! The top photo shows PI Joel Llopiz happily displaying a sand lance, one of our target species of forage fish. Check the Twitter hashtag #NESLTER for another photo of Joel with an impressive sample resulting from towing a plankton net near the shelf…

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NES Newbies at the LTER All Scientists Meeting

By Stace Beaulieu | October 4, 2018

NES-LTER team members from WHOI and URI participated in their first LTER Network All Scientists Meeting from Sep. 30 – Oct. 3. Highlights included a session with peers from other pelagic ocean LTER sites, including California Current Ecosystem (CCE), Northern Gulf of Alaska (NGA), and Palmer (PAL). Undergraduate Julia Cox received a student poster award!…

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Sampling from the underway science seawater on the NES-LTER Summer Transect

By Stace Beaulieu | July 25, 2018

R/V Endeavor is back at the dock, completing the NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect cruise! Before stepping off the ship, high school science teacher Ashley Burnett provided this image mosaic from the Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB), showing phytoplankton and microzooplankton in the surface waters during the cruise. Ashley reports on this instrument as well as a flow…

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Zooplankton sampling on the NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect

By Stace Beaulieu | July 24, 2018

Undergraduate student Julia Cox (shown in photo with mentor Dr. Joel Llopiz) is participating on the NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect (R/V Endeavor cruise EN617). Julia is majoring in Biology at UMass Amherst and is sponsored by an NES-LTER Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU). Julia writes from sea: “We are on our fourth day of the…

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NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect is underway!

By Stace Beaulieu | July 21, 2018

Our NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect is underway on R/V Endeavor (Cruise EN617). We have our first update from Ashley Burnett, high school science teacher at Global Learning Charter Public School in New Bedford, MA. Ashley is the first teacher to participate on an NES-LTER cruise, and she discovered: “Life at sea is very different from…

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Mike Neubert recognized as ESA Fellow

By Stace Beaulieu | July 12, 2018

We are pleased to announce that NES-LTER co-PI Michael G. Neubert is a 2018 Fellow of the Ecological Society of America (ESA). Mike is Senior Scientist in the Biology Department and Director of the Marine Policy Center at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He was elected for fundamental contributions to theoretical ecology, biological oceanography, and resource…

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