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Kasim Rafiq
Fulbright Scholar student working on large carnivore ecology and conservation. All views are my own.
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I should get this on a t-shirt!
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British Ecological Society Sep 18
In the article the authors discuss why documentary makers might avoid showing human impacts on nature and the overall impact these shows have on conservation. You can read it for free here:
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Kasim Rafiq Sep 16
After three hours of coding, my citizen-science prototype windows app now...🥁🥁 displays the current time ! 😐🤦‍♂️
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Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin Sep 16
JOB ALERT: We're looking for TWO postdocs to join our collaborative project on communication and collective behavior: 1. Analysis of collective movement (in Konstanz w/ me) 2. Bioacoustics & machine learning (in San Diego w/ Marie Roch) Please RT!
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Jalene LaMontagne Sep 12
I don't know about you, but I have a really hard time with submitting a manuscript to a journal with a publication fee of $4,500. I can do more field research or pay a student with that money.
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Rebecca L. Wooldridge Sep 11
This is incredible. Sent to be by a colleague at Panthera Brazil, from the Pantanal. Credit to larissa_pantanal.
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Stacey Smith Sep 11
Fellow PIs -- if you are recruiting, take a minute to put your information here if you haven't already: This is where I'm sending prospective grad students who contact me!
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Imogene Cancellare Sep 9
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution Sep 10
A new continuous time framework to link , and utilisation distribution from et al. Read the full Methods in and article here:
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Liz Franczak Sep 8
this is literally how birthday cake works
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Kasim Rafiq Sep 7
This list of conservation and environmental funding opportunities is too good!! 🙏🙏
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British Ecological Society Sep 6
There are just 3 days left before our final 2019 funding deadline! 😱 Funding of up to £20k is currently available for Small Research, Large Research, Outreach & Ecologists in Africa Grants. So don't delay! DEADLINE: Mon 9 Sept at 17:00 (BST)
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution Sep 6
technologies can be incredibly useful for research, but only if everyone involved is on the same page. introduces a new - rsMove - which helps to link remote sensing and animal movement data:
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Kasim Rafiq Sep 6
Possibly my favourite opening to an article. Ever. 'Like pulling out all the stops for a much-anticipated visitor to your home and thinking it has been a great success until somebody discovers he shat on the new carpet in the spare room, the one you bought specially for him.'
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Dr. Julie K. Young Sep 3
We're hiring! Need a winter tech (or 2) to help with cougar study in Utah. Please RT.
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Jen Heemstra Sep 4
If you're choosing your PhD advisor, remember that the research you will do for the next 5 years is important, but even more important is finding the person who will be your mentor and champion throughout your career. You will never regret choosing a great mentor.
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Jacob White Sep 2
Self citations in academia be like
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OxfordSparks Sep 3
Head over to as we stream a lecture from Alex Dehgan, the CEO of Conservation X Labs, an innovation & technology startup focused on
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BES careers Sep 2
Applications for our Women in Ecology mentoring scheme are now open! Now in its 10th year, our popular scheme provides professional support in areas such as career transitions, development & work-life balance. Find out more and apply here:
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Kasim Rafiq Sep 2
Sad, but beautifully written piece. 'You destroy our lands, poison the planet and sow death, because you are lost. And soon it will be too late to change'
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