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Fig. 1. National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is unique, an observatory distributed across the United States including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico–with 81 field sites (terrestrial and aquatic), representing 20 broad eco-climatic domains. Each domain represents a different eco-climate. NEON provides a highly coordinated system of open data for monitoring 182 critical ecological and environmental properties (or data products) at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Because of the long-term timescale for NEON operations, the data will be key to addressing fundamental questions pertaining to the drivers and responses to environmental change (figure is a product of the NEON program and can be used by any member of the NEON team. It is open access and may be used).
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