Partners

EFI membership is not limited to individuals. Organizations interested in participating in or partnering with the EFI are encouraged to join. Partner organizations could include but are not limited to, governmental agencies, NGOs, data networks, citizen science initiatives, and industry partners involved in either the production or use of ecological forecasts (natural resources, tech, sensors, etc.). Organizations interested in partnering with EFI are encouraged to contact us

USA National Phenology Network

The USA-NPN collects, stores, and shares phenology data. The modeled historical, real-time, and forecasted phenology map products created and distributed by the USA-NPN include: contemporary and short-term forecast maps of Accumulated Growing Degree Days (AGDD), historical, contemporary, and short-term forecast maps of the Spring Indices, and Pheno Forecasts, which provide 6-day forecasts of invasive pest activity to inform management.

TERN

TERN observes, records and measures critical terrestrial ecosystem parameters and conditions for Australia over time from continental scale to field sites at hundreds of representative locations. TERN is a National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) supporter and is hosted by the University of Queensland.

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NEON
National Ecological Observatory Network

NEON is a continental-scale ecological observation facility which collects and provides open data that characterize and quantify how our nation's ecosystems are changing. National Science Foundation, Sponsor. Battelle, Operator

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ORNL DAAC

NASA Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) for biogeochemical dynamics

NCAR

NCAR is a center of research excellence in Earth system science sponsored by the National Science Foundation.

EDI
Environmental Data Initiative

The Environmental Data Initiative provides support, training, and a repository to archive and publish high-quality ecological data and metadata