Communication Resources

NEON is a continental-scale, long-term ecological observation facility, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and operated by Battelle, that gathers and synthesizes data on the impacts of environmental change, land use change and invasive species on natural resources and biodiversity. 

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Field Sites Map - Poster w Site Index

This poster can be printed as large as 44" x 22". It is 24.9 MB.


NEON project science brochure

A downloadable overview brochure about the science and data collection methods of the NEON project.


A continental-scale observation system for quantifying ecological change through time

A postcard about the science of the National Ecological Observatory Network


Data to understand changing ecosystems

A postcard about the National Ecological Observatory Network geared towards the general public.


Gain valuable fieldwork experience

Learn more about seasonal fieldwork opportunities with the National Ecological Observatory Network.


Airborne remote sensing

Learn about NEON's Airborne Observation Platform (AOP) and the landscape-scale remote sensing data we collect using it. The AOP is flown over NEON field sites and may also be requested via the Assignable Assets program.


Aquatic observations and measurements

Learn more about NEON's observations and automated instruments at aquatic field sites across the United States. Aquatic sites include wadeable streams, rivers and lakes.


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