In this issue:The NEON Assignable Assets program, a data science challenge and news from the NEON domains.  
Give us your feedback on the NEON project
In collaboration with the Ecological Society of America , we are gathering feedback from our stakeholder community to better understand its needs to optimize use of the Observatory as it transitions from construction to initial operations. Please help spread the word about this survey so we can get as wide a range of responses as possible. The survey only takes five minutes.
The NEON Assignable Assets program lets outside researchers leverage NEON infrastructure and personnel to gather field data for their own programs.

A team at the University of Florida is challenging the data science community to leverage NEON’s remote sensing data to accurately count and classify trees.

NEON and the Long Term Ecological Research Network (LTER) are discovering opportunities for mutual support at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest and six other LTER field sites.

Researchers from the Texas A&M Dept. of Ecosystem Science and Management visited a NEON field site to learn how NEON’s flux data could support their programs.

NSF has extended Battelle’s Construction Cooperative Agreement to November 2018 for completion of the final four NEON sites.

Stefan Metzger turns billions of data points on surface-atmosphere exchange into information that is useful for the research community and societal decision making. 

2017 AGU Fall Meeting
When: December 11, 2017 - December 15, 2017
Location: New Orleans, LA

Don’t miss NEON’s presentations and workshop at this year's AGU Fall Meeting. Scientists will be sharing information about flux data products, the Mobile Deployment Platform, NEON in the arctic and subarctic, and much more. Learn more about NEON’s presentations at AGU here
NEON Careers
Ongoing growth and advancements at NEON create opportunity. Join our team!
Each year, NEON hires hundreds of temporary field technicians to assist our full-time field operations staff with observational sampling. NEON field sites are located in 24 states across the U.S plus Puerto Rico; and the sites are located in some of the nation’s most pristine and wild areas. These opportunities are perfect for up-and-coming scientists who want valuable fieldwork experience collecting data for a continental-scale ecology project.

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