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FEMC is seeking summer field crew interns!

2019-01-15

The FEMC is hiring for its 2019 field season, including a range of forest ecosystem monitoring and assessment assignments. The positions will run for 10 weeks, and will be based in South Burlington, VT. You can find more information about this opportunity online at https://www.uvm.edu/femc/jobs/2019FEMCSummerInternship.pdf.

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Videos and presentations from 2018 Conference now online

2019-01-11

We’re happy to announce that our post-meeting content page is up on our site at https://www.uvm.edu/femc/cooperative/conference/2018/content. There, you can access video recordings and presentations from most of the talks at the conference, as well as view the posters presented during our poster session, so if you missed something, check it out or refer back to it for the points you missed. We are hard at work developing the proceedings from the conference, including executive summaries of the morning sessions and the working sessions, so stay tuned for that.

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The DendroEcological Network: a new FEMC tool for accessing data on thousands of tree cores across the Northeast

2018-11-15

We are pleased to announce the release of a new FEMC product, the DendroEcological Network (DEN), available online at https://www.uvm.edu/femc/dendro.

We are offering a 30-minute webinar on Wednesday, November 28th, at 11 am to introduce the content, benefits, and search capabilities of the DEN.

The mission of the DendroEcological Network (DEN) is to provide an online repository for dendrochronological and associated forest ecology data, as well as offer a cyberinfrastructure for the discovery, exploration, and sharing of that data. Using this portal, users can find data on over 4000 cores (and counting!) from 2500 trees across multiple projects, making it easier and faster to integrate data across projects and answer key questions about how our region’s trees are growing.

Click here to register for the DendroEcological Network Webinar.

You can learn more about some of our other data-driven tools and check out our current regional projects. Finally, if you haven’t already done so, don’t forget to register for the 2018 FEMC Conference on December 14, 2018.

Did you miss our previous webinars? You can check out recordings of our webinars on the Northeastern Forest Health Atlas and the Vermont Forest Indicators Dashboard.

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