NEON

General Information
Description of Network
The National Science Foundation's National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is a continental-scale observation facility operated by Battelle and designed to collect long-term open access ecological data to better understand how U.S. ecosystems are changing. The comprehensive data, spatial extent and remote sensing technology provided by NEON will enable a large and diverse user community to tackle new questions at scales not accessible to previous generations of ecologists.
Research Topics
chemistry Researched by 81 sites
ecology Researched by 80 sites
biology Researched by 79 sites
natural science Researched by 78 sites
ecosystem ecology Researched by 78 sites
atmospheric chemistry Researched by 77 sites
hydrology Researched by 73 sites
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