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Canary in the coal mine: What the American pika can tell us about climate change

September 7, 2017

Canary in the coal mine: What the American pika can tell us about climate change

Pika are small, cute mammals that live in broken rock habitats or talus fields high in the mountains above treeline. Adorable as they are, these critters might have a serious story to tell about the...


Denver Post: Catching air: Scientists trek high into the Rockies to measure rising greenhouse gases

April 5, 2017

Denver Post: Catching air: Scientists trek high into the Rockies to measure rising greenhouse gases

Climate researchers say the the weekly climb to gather air samples has become more of a mission than a job.


CU Boulder Today article:  Long-term ecological study to continue at very special site, Niwot Ridge

March 9, 2017

CU Boulder Today article:  Long-term ecological study to continue at very special site, Niwot Ridge

Thanks to a $6.8 million renewal grant to CU Boulder’s Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) from the National Science Foundation (NSF), research at the Niwot Ridge study area – one...


NWT Research Funding: RFP and Research Priorities

November 15, 2016

NWT Research Funding: RFP and Research Priorities

Information on Niwot Ridge Long-term Ecological Research Program 2017 request for proposals.


NWT LTER Postdoctoral Synthesis Fellowship

October 26, 2016

NWT LTER Postdoctoral Synthesis Fellowship

NWT LTER invites proposals from early-career investigators for a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship.


NWT Annual Meeting Oct. 5

September 27, 2016

NWT Annual Meeting Oct. 5

NWT's annual meeting is on Wednesday, October 5, 11:00 - 2:00, in the SEEC Sievers Conference Room. NWT scientists will give presentations on current research and we will discuss plans for NWT VII....


CU grad student publication inspires cover-shot for Ecology & Evolution

January 21, 2016

CU grad student publication inspires cover-shot for Ecology & Evolution


NSF Special Report featuring Niwot Ridge

January 14, 2016

NSF Special Report featuring Niwot Ridge

Let It Snow! The Science of Winter


Denver Channel 7 News interview on Niwot Ridge LTER

January 14, 2016

Denver Channel 7 News interview on Niwot Ridge LTER

Researchers say Arikaree Glacier in Boulder County could melt in 20 years


NSF Discovery featuring Niwot Ridge

January 14, 2016

NSF Discovery featuring Niwot Ridge

Colorado high peaks losing glaciers as climate warms


Niwot Ridge featured in new CU promotional video

January 11, 2016

Niwot Ridge featured in new CU promotional video


Special Niwot Ridge issue of Plant Ecology & Diversity

December 14, 2015

Special Niwot Ridge issue of Plant Ecology & Diversity

Special Issue: Monographs in long-term alpine research at Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research site, Colorado Front Range, 1995-2015


New alpine plant field guide and identification app

May 29, 2015

New alpine plant field guide and identification app


Former NWT LTER does good (Tim Bardsley, NWT field tech for almost 10 yrs)

November 2, 2014

Former NWT LTER does good (Tim Bardsley, NWT field tech for almost 10 yrs)

New study: Rising temperatures challenge Salt Lake City’s water supply - Sensitivity study helps the city, others in the Intermountain West, plan for the future


Persistence pays off for an REU student researching change in the alpine

October 28, 2014

Persistence pays off for an REU student researching change in the alpine

Have you ever wondered what a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) with the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network can do for a student? Well, Adam Formica can tell you. Now a Kellett...


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