The International Long Term Ecological Research Network, ILTER, has begun a series of webinars presenting science based on long-term research around the globe.

The first webinar took place on 29th October and featured two speakers, Dr Riley Andrade from the University of Florida, USA and Dr TaeOh Kwon, from Hokkaido University in Japan.

You can view this and future webinars on the ILTER YouTube channel.

ILTER is a network of networks, encompassing hundreds of research sites located in a wide array of ecosystems that can help understand environmental change across the globe. ILTER's focus is on long-term, site-based research and monitoring.

Further Information

  • Talk titles:
    Riley Andrade, University of Florida, USA - Linking birds and people: A long-term study of urban nature experiences in relation to local biodiversity
    TaeOh Kwon, Hokkaido University, Japan - Effects of climate and atmospheric nitrogen deposition on early to mid-stage litter decomposition across biomes
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