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posted on 2024-01-17, 17:16 authored by Emma J. Rosi, Steward TA Pickett, Peter M. Groffman, J. Morgan Grove, Claire Welty

Archival documents of the NSF Long Term Ecology Research (LTER) urban ecology site, Baltimore Ecosystem Study 1998-2022, administered by Cary Institute of Ecosystems Studies. This archive complements available publications and data that can be accessed through the LTER network website. This archive consists of materials that are not otherwise published (e.g., Annual Meeting and Quarterly Meeting agendas, etc, see table below) and are archived for the benefit of future researchers interested in the BES LTER project.

Please use the contact information provided below to request access to project management materials (agendas + meeting minutes), project proposals, and final reports.

File list: one zip file containing nine folders.

Annual Meeting: Meeting agendas: 1998-2022

Communications: Social media info, logo, brochures

Education: Document containing a a link to more information

Overview materials: Historical introduction and overview videos, Powerpoint, and poster, and other documents; 20-year participant list; link to the LTER-hosted BES webpage.

Policies and protocols: Diversity Plan; Guidance and Safety Manual

Quarterly Meetings: Agendas: 1998-2023

Reports- Annual: Annual reports 1998-2022

Reports - Ancillary: iTree reports

Website: 7.9.22 copy of baltimoreecosystemstudy.com website

Funding

Urban LTER: Human Settlements as Ecosystems: Metropolitan Baltimore from 1797 - 2100

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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LTER: Human Settlements as Ecosystems: Metropolitan Baltimore from 1797 - 2100: PHASE II

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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Baltimore Ecosystem Study Phase III: Adaptive Processes in the Baltimore Socio-Ecological System from the Sanitary to the Sustainable City

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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Impact of Social Systems on Ecology and Hydrology in Urban-Rural Watersheds: Integration for Restoration

Environmental Protection Agency

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LTER: Dynamic heterogeneity: Investigating causes and consequences of ecological change in the Baltimore urban ecosystem

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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LTER: Baltimore Ecosystem Study: Synthesis of long-term studies of how multiple human and biophysical factors interact to drive ecological change of an urban ecosystem

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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History

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Baltimore, MD

Time period

1998-2022

Secondary Data Contact

datamanagement@caryinstitute.org

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