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Wednesday, October 3 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Developing a Website for LTER Methods

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There are countless lab and field protocols used at LTER sites. Sometimes we would like a website like there are for cooking recipes - where we can upload a protocol, post reviews, subscribe to a section, or discuss issues. With an impressive-collective effort to publish the Standard Soil Methods for LTER book, there is potential to build from this book and share more cross-site methods 20 years later. In this workshop, we will first discuss if a website would be a helpful medium to share methods. If there is interest in developing a website, we would like to create a list of characteristics, disciplines, and sections the website should contain. Furthermore, we could brainstorm potential strategies to go about designing a website.

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Kate Glanville

Graduate Student, Michigan State University


Wednesday October 3, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
08. Nautilus E Meeting Room