10 new awards support ecological research at regional to continental scales

University of Oklahoma ecologist Michael Kaspari samples the ants from a plot at the Ordway Swisher NEON site. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has issued 10 new awards, worth a total of $12.2 million, through its MacroSystems Biology and Early NEON (National Ecological Observatory Network) Science program. These awards will support research to help better detect, understand and predict the effects of phenology, climate and land-use changes on living systems, and also predict the feedbacks to the environment that cross local and continental scales.
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