Charting New Directions for KBS LTER Science
Held on October 6 and 7
On Friday, October 6, the program began at 9:00 am and continued until 6:00 pm at the Kellogg Conference Center in East Lansing. The itinerary included a keynote seminar, plenary session, working groups, and a poster session and buffet reception.
David Inouye: University of Maryland, Dept. of Biology
The effects of global and regional climate change on phenology of wildflowers and animals in the Rocky Mountains:
Introduction: Neville Millar
Major areas of future investigation:
Working groups: Building theory for application
Poster session: See below for links to presented posters
On Saturday, October 7, the program began at 8:45 am and continued until 4.30 pm at the Kellogg Biological Station in Hickory Corners. The itinerary included a field tour in the morning and a modeling workshop in the afternoon.
Workshop: Introduction to structural equation modeling and its application to long-term data: Sandy Marquart-Pyatt and Steve Hamilton
Example problem: Reservoir phosphorus balances
If you have any questions, please contact Neville Millar, KBS LTER Science Coordinator.——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-
Meeting held on: 2017-10-06