Uploading an ASM Working Group report

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Here is how you'd upload your working group report (PDF) into the LTER All Scientist Meeting site. Show, better than tell. Here is the "tell" part. Step 1: Go to the LTER ASM Website ( http://asm.lternet.edu/ ) and log in by clicking on the login link in the left sidebar Step 2: After logging in and returning to the LTER ASM website click on the "My workspace" link in the left sidebar of the page Step 3: Click on your working group title from the list and click on the "edit"...

Sensor network technologies: Recent innovations and tools for management and analysis of sensor data (Part 2)

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The deployment of innovative sensor technologies and high performance wireless communication at ecological field research locations is generating large volumes of near real-time data streams that allow for unprecedented scientific questions and educational opportunities. Accompanying this sensor network development is a crucial need for tools to control, process, coordinate, validate, and analyze multiple data streams. These innovative approaches or technology tools include, for example,...

Sensor network technologies: Recent innovations and tools for management and analysis of sensor data

submitted by: LTER_NetworkOffice_is
The deployment of innovative sensor technologies and high performance wireless communication at ecological field research locations is generating large volumes of near real-time data streams that allow for unprecedented scientific questions and educational opportunities. Accompanying this sensor network development is a crucial need for tools to control, process, coordinate, validate, and analyze multiple data streams. These innovative approaches or technology tools include, for example,...

The No Dead Ends Website (LTER ASM 09) Part 2

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This is part two of the LTER All Scientists Meeting 2009 workgroup titled "the no dead ends website".

The No Dead Ends Website (LTER ASM 09)

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This is the first part of the LTER All Scientists Meeting Workshop titled "The No Dead Ends Website". A vision on how to deliver and manage information to maximize the discovery of the wealth of information resources at LTER websites. We show some practical implementations, including the All Scientists Meeting website, the Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge website and other sites. Using drupal allowed us to cut costs and deploy rapidly.