eMammal project (North Carolina State University) in association with NEON set up 50 motion-activated trail cameras near the Mountain Research Station this summer. Here is a collection of the best photos from this camera trapping effort.
The Niwot Ridge LTER and our partner in pika citizen science--the Front Range Pika Project--teamed with many researchers across the US to compile the dataset needed to support this analysis, led by Adam B. Smith at the Missouri Botanical Garden and published today in Nature Climate Change.
New paper exploring the distribution of inorganic nitrogen deposition from urban emissions using three Niwot LTER supported NADP sites (National Atmospheric Deposition Program), including the highest NADP site in the network located at the Niwot Ridge Saddle station.
Science Friday came to Boulder last week, and featured NWT PI Katharine Suding discussing her Boulder Apple Tree project, as well as NWT investigator Chris Ray talking about how climate change impacts Pikas.
NWT Research Assistant Tyler Lampard and Kris Hess hosted 50 students from Holy Trinity Catholic School in Denver on May 30th. Students hiked to C1 with their teachers and chaperones to learn about the climate data we collect. Tyler and Kris lead discussions about natural history and outdoor etiquette along the way, creating an impactful and fun experience for all.