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Affiliated US Field Sites

US field sites engaged in critical zone research.
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Site Name Description Membership
Clear Creek Observatory Clear Creek River Basin Request membership
Domain #1 - Northeast - Harvard Forest Has developed integrated facilities for atmospheric, hydrological, ecological, geographical, and biodiversity studies. Request membership
Georgia Coastal Ecosystems Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER site encompassesing three adjacent sounds on the Georgia coast, including upland, intertidal and submerged habitats Request membership
Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest The Hubbard Brook Experimental has a long history of hydrobiogeochemical research. Recently, new hydropedology studies have been established. Request membership
J. Phil Campbell Research and Education Center Mission is to develop and transfer environmentally sustainable and profitable agricultural systems Join
Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan Request membership
Marcellus shale Marcellus shale Request membership
Moorea Coral Reef LTER, French Polynesia Moorea Coral Reef LTER, French Polynesia Closed
Muskingum Watershed Muskingum Watershed Request membership
Nevada Climate-ecohydrological Assessment Network (NevCAN) Snake Range Transect Valley-to-peak transect monitoring stations for the analysis of environmental responses to climate change in the Great Basin Request membership
North American Marine Terrace Climo-Chronsequence Soils formed in sediments on marine terraces create soil chronsequences which allow study of long term processes Join
North Temperate Lakes LTER, Wisconsin North Temperate Lakes LTER, Wisconsin Request membership
NorthEastern Soil Monitoring Cooperative NorthEastern Soil Monitoring Cooperative Request membership
Plum Island Ecosystems LTER, Massachusetts PIE LTER studies the long-term response of coupled land-estuary-ocean ecosystems to changes in climate, sea level, and human activities. Request membership
Trindle Road Appalachian Trail Diabase Nested lysimeters installed in regolith developed on Triassic diabase Join