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ESA - SEEDS 19h
Two of the three 2018 Student Awards at the ESA Annual Meeting were SEEDS Alumni! Congratulations to Sara Bombaci and Josh Scholl!
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National Science Foundation May 22
Scientists at found that low oxygen levels in the ocean can impact the vision of marine invertebrates like octopuses in their larval stage. This could have serious impacts for their survival.
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US LTER May 22
It's International ! We are grateful for the LTER scientists studying how & why is important for ecological functioning and human wellbeing. Check out a key paper just released by our Biodiversity Synthesis working group:
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ESA Frontiers May 22
(🔺Invasive grasses ⇄ 🔺wildfire) ➔ 🔻 sagebrush If fuel breaks ➔ (🔻wildfire AND 🔺 invasive grasses) ➔ ❓sagebrush❓ Review of fuel-break/plant invasion conundrums:
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Ecosphere May 22
A new method for sampling root biomass, and ensuring greater consistency in root economics spectrum studies.
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Ecology May 22
in with from Empirical evidence that large predator behavior is consistent with area-restricted search theory
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Ecological Society May 23
ESA announces the recipients of the 2018 Student Awards from last year's Annual Meeting in New Orleans. Congrats Sara P. Bombaci, Jacqueline J. Peña, and Joshua Scholl!
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Ecology May 22
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Ecology May 22
Tiger sharks are notorious for eating pretty much anything, but scientists were genuinely surprised to find feathers in the sharks' stomachs. explains how forest-dwelling songbirds became meals for young sharks:
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Ecology May 22
Forget seabirds. Baby tiger sharks feast on songbirds in the Gulf of Mexico: Research published in
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Ecological Society May 21
Are you attending ? You can browse the preliminary program and start planning your meeting. Workshops, special sessions, field trips, invited paper sessions (SYMP, OOS, INS), and social events are now available.
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Eco Applications May 21
in with from Species-specific responses to conversion across scales synergistically restructure Neotropical communities
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Eco Monographs May 21
in with from New study compares forests across interior Alaska to evaluate what lies ahead for this region in a world
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ESA Frontiers May 20
Four ways to model landscape connectivity w/ climate change: 1) project future species ranges, 2) track climate analogs, 3) map environmental gradients, and 4) find linkages across similar geophysical conditions. A review:
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Ecosphere May 21
Climate change, , and seasonal variability in community composition in Lake Balaton.
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Ecology May 21
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Ecosphere May 16
Ecology and management of invasive Parkinsonia aculeata in Australia.
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Ecosphere May 17
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Ecosphere May 20
The influence of mountain pine beetle outbreaks on severity and legacy in lodgepole-pine forests of British Columbia, Canada.
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