6. Collaborator Contributions
Our Methods and Budget Justification specify the PI's and co-PIs' contributions.
We list the letters of collaboration from field sites in section 4.1.4.
Below we list the other individuals who sent letters of collaboration, their institutions, and roles.
A supporting document presents all letters together alphabetically. .
John Ascher, American Museum of Natural History, taxonomic support, bees
Brian Brown, Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, taxonomic support, flies (also a field site)
Bill Buck, New York Botanical Garden, taxonomic support, mosses and lichens
Gerry Cassis, University of New South Wales, Atlas of Living Australia, ecological theory, species interactions
Theresa Crimmins, National Phenology Network, coordination with other projects
Paul Davison, University of North Alabama, taxonomic support, mosses and bryophytes
Patty Gowaty, University of California, Los Angeles, ecological theory, evolution and behavior
Wendy Gram, National Ecological Observatory Network, data sharing
Stella Guerrero, Cedar Shoals High School, teacher, education advisor, high school recruitment
Bill Hargrove, USDA Forest Service, ecological theory, data analysis
Richard Harris, New York Botanical Garden, taxonomic support, lichens
James Hogue, California State University, taxonomic support, syrphid flies
Jason Hollinger, Mushroom Observer, web technology, fungal and lichen identification
Steve Hubbell, University of California, Los Angeles, ecological theory, biodiversity
Dan Kjar, Elmira College, ecological theory, technical support, hosting meetings
Robert Luecking, Field Museum, taxonomic support, lichens
Mike Mueller, University of Georgia, teacher recruitment
Zack Murrell, Appalachian State University, taxonomic support, plants
Cynthia Parr, Encyclopedia of Life, website partner
Jennifer Schwarz, Chicago Botanic Garden, Floral Report Card, website partner
Annie Simpson, US Geological Survey, computer support, identification guides
Ben Swecker, Prince William Network, video editing, webcasts
Matt von Konrat, Field Museum, taxonomic support, liverworts
Ron Walcott, University of Georgia Young Scholars Program, student recruitment
Nathan Wilson, Encyclopedia of Life, Mushroom Observer, taxonomic support, fungi
7. Schedule of Research