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Thursday, September 22 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Synergies between measurements and modeling in LTER research

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The synergistic use of observations and modeling can improve understanding of important ecosystem processes. Measurements from the field are essential to the calibration and validation of numerical models, and frequent interactions between observationalists and modelers are crucial for understanding how and where targeted field sampling can benefit model cal/val and produce new knowledge.

This workshop will explore synergies between measurements and modeling within the LTER network, including discussion of successes/challenges and consideration of new approaches to tighten coupling between modeling and measurements within and between sites. We welcome participation from sites that have long-term records or are relatively new to the network.  Involvement of data managers as well as investigators interested in facilitating measurement/model syntheses are encouraged to join the discussion. This workshop will explore possible avenues for pursuing cross-LTER projects and synthesis efforts around the modeling/measurements synergy theme.

Speakers
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Y. Spitz

Professor, OSU/CEOAS
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Michael Rawlins

Beaufort Lagoon Ecosystem LTER


Thursday September 22, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
05. Kiln Meeting Room