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Scanned Stream Field Notes
Scanned images of hand-written stream field notes are now searchable online back to 1993. Many thanks to Jane Turner!
Live Stream Flow Data from Antarctica
Live flow data are being telemetered from the Onyx River in Antarctica by the USGS. Download data here.
Read our Blogs from Antarctica!
MCM members are currently in the field. Read about life and research in Antarctica.
"Cold, Hard Facts"
Read Peter Doran's Op-Ed piece on global warming in the July 27 New York Times!
Daily Stream Flow Statistics Query
Just added - search the database for dynamically calculated daily stream statistics - mean, standard deviation, max, min, n.
MCM in LTER Network Newsletter
Read about the PM of New Zealand and NSF director's visit to the MCM field site last season (page 8).
REAL-TIME stream data from Antarctica!
The USGS Wyoming Water Science Center now has real-time streamflow data available for the Onyx River in Wright Valley.
New Online Dry Valleys Interactive Map
Check out the new interactive online GIS map and other mapping options for MCM-LTER researchers.
The Lost Seal in the classroom
Carol Landis and April Jacobs were featured in the Worthington News in Columbus, OH.
Diana Wall featured on The Online NewsHour
The Online version of PBS's NewsHour features an interview with Diana Wall and a slideshow from the Dry Valleys LTER.
Diana Wall named director of CSU's School of Global Environmental Sustainability
the School of Global Environmental Sustainability is an umbrella organization that encompasses all environmental education and research at Colorado State Univ. Diana Wall is it's founding director.
Wall featured in DISCOVER magazine
Diana Wall was featured as one of the 8 environmental scientists to comment on what was learned over the past 25 years and what is expected in the next 25 years by DISCOVER magazine (April, 2005 issue).
Wormherders' work featured in new book
The Wormherders' research was featured in another book by published by Island Press entitled Under Ground: How creatures of mud and dirt shape our world, by Yvonne Baskin.
New MCM LTER website
Welcome to the new MCM LTER website! You will continue to see additions and improvements to this site in terms of both content and data accessibility.
Wall edits SCOPE volume
Diana Wall edited the book Sustaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Soils and Sediments.
Colorado State University announces Distinguished Professors
Dr. Diana Wall named University Distinguished Professor
The Wormherders' Work Featured in the NY Times
An Antarctic Ecosystem Shows Signs of Trouble as a Tiny Worm Turns.
Lyons and Fountain GSA Fellows
Berry Lyons and Andrew Fountain were both elected Fellows of the Geological Society of America and were acknowledged at the Society's annual meeting on October 15.