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Wednesday, October 3 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Inter-site comparison of aquatic function over entire surface water networks across LTER sites using

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Scaling of aquatic ecosystem function to entire regions is problematic due to the wide range of riverine and lacustrine sizes, upstream-downstream connectivity, variability over time, and the confounding of loading and serial processing. LTERs collect long-term data sets at relatively few aquatic locations due to logistical constraints. But many LTERs periodically sample beyond temporally intensive locations. This workshop brings together researchers from aquatic LTER sites who have sampled synoptically and hierarchically throughout drainage networks to address drainage network scale function. A broad range of aquatic functions are of interest (e.g. GPP, ER, GHG production, nutrient retention, etc.).

Lead Organizer

Wilfred Wollheim

University of New Hampshire


Tamara Harms

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Wednesday October 3, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
09. Nautilus W Meeting Room