Weathers' collaborative research associated within GLEON ranges from the impacts of major events (e.g., Hurricane Irene) on lake function around the world to how high frequency data serve as a common language to link citizens, scientists, and students across the globe in research, education, and outreach.
GLEON is breaking new ground with its global approach to network science. A paper by Weathers et al. (2013) provides a good overview of how the network has evolved during its first ten years.
GLEON: Going Global with Freshwater Science
Dr. Weathers is currently PI of a research project that trains graduate students in synthesis and analysis of sensor data as well as in the science of team science and associated skills. (http://fellowship.gleon.org/).