Published: Lars Walker, School of Life Sciences

Lars Walker (Life Sciences) is co-editor of Long-Term Ecological Research Changing the Nature of Scientists, an insiders' views of ways that that long-term collaborative ecological research has shaped science and scientists in the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research network. Walker also was a co-author on Chapter 1 (Changing the Nature of Scientists Participating in the Long-Term Ecological Research Program) and Chapter 44 (Trade-offs of Participation in the Long-Term Ecological Research Program: Immediate and Long- Term Consequences). Michael Willig, an ecologist and biodiversity scientist at the University of Connecticut, teamed with Walker as co-editor. 
 

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