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The Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) is supported in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant Number DBI RCN 0639229 and MSB 1137327, 1137353 and other generous donors. This blog receives technical support from the Center for Limnology (CFL) at University of Wisconsin-Madison and Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. Any information, opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this blog are those of the individual author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of NSF, CFL, Cary Institute, GLEON or GLEON Student Association (GSA).
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2015 GLEON Fellowship Program at Lake Sunapee

By: Kait Farrell, Sarah Lynn Bartlett and Ian McCullough.

Photo: GLEON fellowship program 2nd Cohort. Credit: LSPA.

Back row (from left to right): Paul Hanson, Jonathan Doubek, Derek Roberts, Sam Burke, Nick Skaff, Facundo Scordo, and Ian McCullough. Middle row: Hilary Dugan, Jamie Summers, Kait Farrell, Sarah Barlett, and Flora Krivak-Tetley. Front row: Zutao Yang, Kathie Weathers, Mindy Morales and Grace S. Hong.

It was a dark and stormy night. Well not exactly stormy, but it had been dark since 5 pm and was exceptionally cold (mostly for those joining the group from warmer areas of the world); nothing but a typical January evening in central New Hampshire. It was the night following the fourth and final day of the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) Fellowship Program workshop at Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire, a quaint lake side community largely dormant for the winter.

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GLEON Fellowship Program: Looking Forward, Looking Back

By Jake Zwart and Hilary Dugan

As this is a transition period for the GLEON Fellowship Program, it is a good time to reflect on the past cohort and look towards the next group of fellows. The third and final workshop for the first cohort took place at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York, USA in January 2014. The fellows could not help but feel the ecosystem perspective oozing from the walls of the Cary Institute, soaked up from years of housing an abnormally high concentration of ecosystem ecologists.

Home institution locations of GLEON Fellowship Program participants. (Map credit: Jake Zwart)

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