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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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Soil Carbon Dynamics
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ESS Data and Cyberinfrastructure
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Subtitle provides further information that encourages people to read more.
The Science (keep to 75-100 words)
Describe your scientific results for a non-expert, non-scientist audience. Use short sentences and short words. Avoid technical terms if possible; if necessary, define them. Provide the necessary context to give readers a very basic understanding of what you did.
The Impact (keep to 75-100 words)
Describe the impact of your research to a non-expert, non-scientist audience. The impact of use-inspired science is typically a potential technological advance, while the impact of discovery research might be to open up new frontiers of science or resolve a long-standing question. Use short sentences and short words. Avoid technical terms if possible; if necessary, define them.
Provide a paragraph or two with additional details of your work. The summary section should still be accessible to the non-specialist but may be more technical if necessary. As a point of style, the institution where the work was performed is not usually mentioned here. However, if a DOE Office of Science user facility is involved, you can mention the user facility.
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Science Focus Area
Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments—Arctic
Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments—Tropics
Early Career Research Award
Federal Agency Project
Small Business Innovation Research Award
Scientific User Facility and/or Community Resources Involved [Click all that apply]
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Research Facility
Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory
DOE neutron and light source user facilities (includes cryo-EM resources)
Other [e.g., ExaSheds pilot project, FACE-MDS]
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Provide a one-slide summary of this research. Must be in ppt or pptx format, not pdf.
Accepted file types: ppt, pptx.
Provide a pdf of the publication.
Accepted file types: pdf.
Provide an eye-catching, high-resolution image to improve the highlight’s viability on the web, on social media, and in other contexts. (5MB maximum size, must be in jpg, png, or tiff format)
Accepted file types: jpg, tiff, png.
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