Category Archives: Working groups



Update on Time-Series Data Trial Working Group

Dear GNOMO Participants, Happy New Year! A quick update on the Time Series Data Trial. We’ve hired a graduate student from Tufts University , Jessie Norriss, to work on this project and she has been making progress on the first data set, which is from the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. We expect this data set […]


iDigBio survey and webinar

Here’s an announcement that might interest GNOMO members. Participation in the NSF grant proposal is limited to US field stations, but the survey, the webinar, and digitizing collections are open to anyone, of course. Your participation is valuable. —————————- iDigBio and OBFS are pleased to invite your participation in a joint digitization working group and […]


Survey on biodiversity methodologies

As part of the Biodiversity/Ecosystem Process/Experiments and Gradients (meta-)Work Group, and with the goal of compiling the various methodologies being employed across GNOMO site, Robbie, Eva and Thomas developed a simple survey to learn more about how you measure biodiversity at your site. Please click on this link http://goo.gl/forms/lYb5Hu2Tp1 and complete the form by 4 Dec 2015. […]




CUAHSI Survey

GNOMOers, As I mentioned last week, I think the best way to start with time series data publication is a quick survey. This will allow CUAHSI to both gather contact information and create a brief data inventory by observatory. When you have a moment, please take a few moments to fill in this Google Form: […]


GNOMO Vision Statement Poll

Greg Greenwood engineered a fantastic guiding Mission Statement for us, and presented it at the RMBL meeting: Teams of researchers, covering the range of pertinent disciplines, work together in a finite number of sites representative of the diversity of mountain regions around the world to develop their understanding of the current structure and function as […]