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Biodiversity Datadiversity

Issue: 
Fall 2001

- Karen Baker, Palmer Station (PAL)

Ecology Through Time

Issue: 
Fall 2001

- Karen Baker, Palmer Station (PAL)

Evolution of a Multisite Network Information System: The LTER Information Management Paradigm

Issue: 
Spring 2001

- Wade Sheldon (GCE)

Baker, K.S., B.J. Benson, D.L. Henshaw, D. Blodgett, J.H. Porter, and S.G. Stafford. 2000. Evolution of a Multisite Network Information System: The LTER Information Management Paradigm. BioScience, 50(11): 963-978.

Public Access and Use of Electronically Archived Data: Ethical Considerations

Issue: 
Spring 2001

- Brent L. Brock, Konza Prairie

Davis, M.A., D. Tilman, S.E. Hobbie, C.L. Lehman, P.B. Reich, J.M. Knops, S. Naeem, M.E. Ritchie, and D.A. Wedin. 2001. Public Access and Use of Electronically Archived Data: Ethical Considerations. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 82:90-91.

Ecological Data: Design, Management and Processing

Issue: 
Fall 2000

- John Briggs (CAP/KNZ)

Good Reads: Michener, W.K., and J.W. Brunt eds. 2000. Ecological Data: Design, Management and Processing. Blackwell Science. 180 pp.

How To Manage Data Badly (Parts 1 & 2)

Issue: 
Spring 2000

- Darrell Blodgett (BNZ)

Federated Database Vocabulary

Issue: 
Fall 1999

- Karen S. Baker, Palmer LTER

Helpful Laws, Rules, and Axioms

Issue: 
Summer 1990

Meskimen's Law
There's never time to do it right, but always time to do it over.

The Fifth Rule
You have taken yourself too seriously.

Law Of Communications
The inevitable result of improved and enlarged communication between different levels in a hierarchy is a vastly increased area of misunderstanding.

Lord Falkland's Rule
When it is not necessary to make a decision, it is necessary not to make a decision.

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