By ecologists.
 For everyone.

NEON is a network of field research sites, designed by ecologists to provide open data for all. Discover how we learn and grow.

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81 field sites across the U.S.

To uniquely support 30+ years of site-level and continental-scale research, NEON locates sites across the U.S. to capture variability in ecological and climatological conditions.

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Explore the wide range of resources that we offer to enhance your research program, including research support, code for data analyses, tutorials, and workshops.

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NEON offers over 180 free, open data products collected using a variety of methods including automated instruments, observational sampling, and airborne remote sensing. 

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