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Wednesday, September 21 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
The value of long-term research to ecological restoration

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LTER sites, and long-term data in general, are uniquely valuable for planning and evaluating ecological restoration. The goals of this workshop are to 1) summarize datasets from restoration activities across LTER sites to synthesize common elements and 2) develop a list of long-term data types that can be used to inform restoration across terrestrial, aquatic, and marine ecosystems. We will consider how long-term data can be used to set restoration goals and project responses to restoration activities. We will evaluate how long-term data can be used to inform the spatial and temporal scales of restoration, including the variation in time required to restore different aspects of an ecosystem, barriers to restoration, and measures of success. Our synthesis across LTER sites will be used to outline elements of a conceptual model for applying long term data from diverse ecosystems to inform ecological restoration and to develop a plan for future synthesis efforts.

Lead Organizer
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Kyle Emery

Postdoc, Santa Barbara Coastal LTER
I am currently and NSF-OCE Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCLA with Kyle Cavanaugh. I am affiliated with the Santa Barbara Coastal LTER. My research is focused on ecosystem connectivity and the implications for community structure and ecosystem functions. The majority of my research... Read More →

Speakers
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Karina Johnston

University of California Santa Barbara
avatar for Matthew Reidenbach

Matthew Reidenbach

Professor, University of Virginia


Wednesday September 21, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
07. Nautilus Meeting Room