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Candidate research sites selected for the National Ecological Observatory Network

of Michigan Biological Station
  • Prairie Peninsula site at the Konza Prairie Biological Station, Manhattan, KS
  • Appalachians/Cumberland Plateau site located in the Walker Branch Watershed, Oak Ridge, TN
  • Ozarks Complex site anchored in the Talladega National Forest, AL
  • Northern Plains site at the Woodworth Field Station, ND
  • Central Plains site at the Central Plains Experimental Range, CO
  • Southern Plains site located at the Kerr Wildlife Management Area or Shield Ranch, TX
  • Northern Rockies site based in the Yellowstone Northern Range, WY
  • Southern RockiesColorado Plateau site at Niwot Ridge, CO
  • Desert Southwest site anchored at the Santa Rita Experimental Range, AZ
  • Great Basin site located at Onaqui-Benmore, UT
  • Pacific Northwest site at the Wind River Experimental Forest, WA
  • Pacific Southwest site based at the San Joaquin Experimental Range or the Sagehen Experimental Forest, CA
  • Tundra site at Toolik Lake, AK
  • Taiga site located at Caribou-Poker Creeks Research Watershed, AK
  • Pacific Neotropical site anchored at the Laupahoehoe Forest Unit/Hawaii Experimental Tropical Forest on the Island of Hawaii

    A thorough evaluation of the candidate wildland sites is now under way. Site visit team members are evaluating both the scientific and logistical characteristics of the sites. Some team members have scientific expertise with biota and ecological infrastructure, including flux measurements and the placement of research towers. Other team members are evaluating site logistics, such as distance to roads, power supplies, and communications lines, and housing and laboratory space for NEON staff. As of June 2007, NEON teams of ecologists and technical experts have visited seven of the 20 candidate sites.


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  • Contact: Dan Johnson
    djohnson@aibs.org
    202-628-1500 x215
    National Ecological Observatory Network
    7-Jun-2007


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