The Coral Reef Environmental Observatory Network (CREON) is a collaborating association of scientists and engineers from around the world that is striving to design and build marine sensor networks. It collaborates closely with efforts of an international group of lake scientists (GLEON). Five MCR LTER Investigators (see photo) attended the third GLEON and CLEON joint workshop held at the National Center for High Performance Computing in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
- Wednesday, October 4, 2006
- Monday, October 2, 2006
A joint symposium between the MCR LTER and Kenting Coral Reef ILTER sites was held at the National Chung Hsing University (N.C.H.U.) in Taichung, Taiwan. The symposium was sponsored by the Environmental Restoration and Disaster Reduction Research Center and the Department of Life Sciences at N.C.H.U., the Research Center for Biodiversity, Academia Sinica and the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium. To read the program, click here...
- Saturday, September 30, 2006
A group of 13 MCR LTER investigators attended the 2006 LTER All Scientists Meeting in Estes Park, Colorado on September 20-24th, 2006. Results of MCR research were presented in 18 posters during the meeting. To see the MCR LTER site poster, click here.
- Friday, September 29, 2006
The goal of the proposed workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners in areas relevant to underwater networks. Thus, many layers of the “stack” from the physical layer to the application layer will be represented. The objective is to serve as a forum for presenting state-of-the-art research, exchanging ideas and experiences, and facilitating interaction and collaboration. The workshop will span one day, including presentations of technical papers, tutorial papers, a panel session and a poster/demo session.