Evolution of Collaboration within the US Long-term Ecological Research Network. Johnson, J. C., Christian, R. R., Brunt, J. W., Hickman, C. R., & Waide, R. Bioscience, 2010.
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The US Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program began in 1980 with the mission of addressing long-term ecological phenomena through research at individual sites, as well as comparative and synthetic activities among sites. We applied network science measures to assess how the LTER program has achieved its mission using intersite publications as the measure of collaboration. As it grew, the LTER program evolved from (a) a collection of independent sites (1981
@article{johnson_evolution_2010,
	title = {Evolution of {Collaboration} within the {US} {Long}-term {Ecological} {Research} {Network}},
	volume = {60},
	abstract = {The US Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program began in 1980 with the mission of addressing long-term ecological phenomena through research at individual sites, as well as comparative and synthetic activities among sites. We applied network science measures to assess how the LTER program has achieved its mission using intersite publications as the measure of collaboration. As it grew, the LTER program evolved from (a) a collection of independent sites (1981},
	number = {11},
	journal = {Bioscience},
	author = {Johnson, J. C. and Christian, Robert R. and Brunt, J. W. and Hickman, C. R. and Waide, R.B.},
	year = {2010},
	keywords = {AND, VCR, LNO}
}
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