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Nick Barber
Community ecology, plant-insect interactions, and restoration. Assistant professor. Birding in my spare time. he/him/his
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PovedaLab Sep 20
Just clearing up some confusion from the public as to what we’re doing at one of our study sites, with an information poster and the option to vote for who’s the best pollinator of tomatoes!
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Elizabeth Bach Sep 20
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Nick Barber Sep 18
Replying to @klcolyott
Good luck!!
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Chris Helzer Sep 17
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Jeet Sukumaran Sep 17
Looking for students interested in a strong computational/statistical component to their work. I.e., developing new tools to ask new questions (or answer old questions in new ways). Phylogenetics, macroevolution, species delimitation, biogeography,
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Nick Barber Sep 17
I received an email today with the subject “Faeces_photos - invitation to collaborate“ so it was a great day.
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Nick Barber Sep 16
Replying to @NickSteijn
You forgot hummingbirds and I’m very disappointed in you.
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Nick Barber Sep 16
“Need to pick up specimens from the museum for class today. Lots to do. Very busy. No time to spend brows—Ooh a Quetzal!”
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Nick Barber Sep 15
It was great to learn about biologist Ynes Mexía and her contributions to botany from today’s ! What an inspirational and figure:
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John Parker Sep 12
Interested in plant-herbivore-microbe interactions? We are recruiting a PhD student to work with , , and myself on soybean-insect-rhizobial interactions in Maryland. Apply at !
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Marko Spasojevic Sep 12
has a pretty awesome seminar line-up this year (if you are an ecologist) including: ; Vistoria Sork, Susan Harrison, Carla D'Antonio, Alexandra Wright, Ingrid Parker, ; ; ; ; and Diane Campbell
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The HT lab Sep 10
My assistant prof research has really focused on the importance of soils and nesting for bees. Our recent paper was selected for a blog highlight in and helps detail why focusing on flowers alone might not be enough.
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Fabian Boetzl Sep 6
Just out ... in case you want to know if sentinel prey cards using actually do work, please feel free to have a read - it is
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Ellen Ochoa Sep 6
Looking forward to returning to October 2!
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Science Poetry Sep 3
By Jeff Podos: Bats flitter and ply the night skies Eating most any critter that flies. But some moths can hear When danger is near They eavesdrop on bats' hunting cries
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Nick Barber Sep 3
Replying to @KevinGSmith2
Like biannually googling “blackboard make course available”
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Nick Barber Aug 29
New computer in the lab. suggested I take a picture because the desktop will never be this pristine again.
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The HT lab Aug 29
I was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow and would love to mentor and support a scholar in my lab on one of these fellowships. It is an amazing opportunity. If you're interested in applying and think we have overlap in interests please DM me.
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Laura Ross Aug 28
Thanks to for making the impossible possible: by providing 1:1 childcare for our son with complex special needs, we were able to attend the meeting and bring him along! Grateful to our society for supporting this
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Elizabeth Bach Aug 27
Great opportunity with The Nature Conservancy Nebraska for recent grads interested in a conservation career
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