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    Author(s): D. Jean Lodge
    Date: 2016
    Source: In: Willig, M.R.; Walker, L.R., eds. Long-term ecological research changing the nature of scientists. New York, NY: Oxford University Press: 243-249. ISBN: 978-0199380213.
    Publication Series: Book Chapter
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    1. The Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) program has not influenced my basic approach to science. 2. The LTER program has reinforced my approach to mentoring, and it has increased my opportunities to mentor students through the LTER-associated Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program. 3. LTER program has greatly enriched my collaborative network and expanded my research in directions that I would not have otherwise pursued; similarly, I have expanded the research and perspectives of my collaborators. 4. My involvement in the LTER program has changed my perspective in reviewing grant proposals and manuscripts.

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    Lodge, D. Jean. 2016. Confessions of a fungal systematist. In: Willig, M.R.; Walker, L.R., eds. Long-term ecological research changing the nature of scientists. New York, NY: Oxford University Press: 243-249. ISBN: 978-0199380213.

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