Partners

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The Jornada Basin LTER partners closely with USDA-ARS Jornada Experimental Range, therefore benefiting from a long history of rangeland research and contributing to science-based management and sustainability practices.


The Jornada Basin LTER is one of 28 NSF-funded Long-Term Ecological Research sites and shares data, knowledge, and tools widely across this network.


A research program of New Mexico State University, Jornada LTER headquarters and several research groups are located on NMSU main campus in Las Cruces, NM.


Jornada student and faculty researchers in the Archer lab are based at the University of Arizona.


The Jornada hosts a USDA-ARS Long-Term Agroecosystems Research (LTAR) site. See more info here.


The Jornada works closely with the Asombro Institute for Science Education to incorporate research into K-12 outreach programs.


In addition to continuously funding the Jornada LTER since 1982, the U.S. National Science Foundation also supports LTREB projects, a NEON site, and other research in the Jornada Basin.


The Jornada created the EcoTrends (Long-term trends in ecological data) project.



The Jornada partners with LandPKS, creators of the interactive LandPKS app.


The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has several active and historic soils projects in the Jornada Basin. See more info here.


Many of our researchers are associated with the USDA Agricultural Research Service.


The Bureau of Land Management (Dept. of Interior) contributes to Jornada monitoring and data programs.


The Jornada maintains research collaborations with the U.S. Geological Survey.


Jornada student and faculty researchers in the Schooley Lab are based at University of Illinois.


Jornada student and faculty researchers in the Garcia-Pichel Lab, Sala Lab, and Vivoni Lab
are based at Arizona State University.


Jornada student and faculty researchers in the Systems Ecology Lab are based at University of Texas at El Paso.


A new Critical Zone Network site has been established in the Jornada Basin by LTER collaborators at UTEP and NMSU.


Jornada student and faculty researchers in the Okin lab are based at University of California Los Angeles.