Long-Term Ecological Research Grant Renewed

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Long-Term Ecological Research Grant Renewed

A GCE – LTER field research crew at the end of a long day’s work. Photo by Andy Penniman.

The Georgia Coastal Ecosystems – Long Term Ecological Research project (GCE-LTER), a research program based at the UGA Marine Institute, has been renewed by the National Science Foundation for another six years. The GCE-LTER first started in 2000 and will continue investigating long-term change in coastal ecosystems, including the salt marshes surrounding Sapelo Island and the tidal freshwater forests of the Altamaha River estuary. For more on the GCE-LTER, see this article in UGA Today.