Alaska’s Brooks Range stands just south of the NEON site at Toolik Lake Field Station. Credit and Larger Version

Our Project in the News


MSU Integrative biologist utilizes NEON to illuminate biodiversity MSU Today June 16; also featured as an MSU Pride Point.

The birds and the trees: scientists use remote sensing data to help explain patterns of life. MSU Today Feb. 3 and

Mapping Patterns of Biodiversity. NEON Observatory Blog. Jan. 29


Where to find fantastic beasts at sea. Science. Jan. 25

In polar regions, warm-blooded marine predators rule. EurekaAlert. Jan. 24


Better species mapping can improve conservation efforts. ScienceDaily. April 18.

Less variation in sizes of birds in the tropics puts them at greater risk from climate change, Bryn Mawr College News, Mar. 21

Rodents overlap less in their body size distributions in more diverse communities – could this hold a clue to explaining diversity patterns? Ecography blog feature, Mar. 12.

MSU research reveals new insights into species diversity, AgBioResearch Highlight, Jan 29.


NSF awards $4.8 million to enable creative, collaborative use of ecological data. NSF Press Release. Aug 20.