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MIREN
The Mountain Invasion Research Network
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Zoologia_UdeC Oct 28
Hoy, vamos con el segundo live de "La Ballena habla de Ciencia" a las 17:00. El invitado es el Dr Lohen Cavieres. Los invitamos a verlo y compartir el evento.
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MountainBiodiversity Oct 23
and if you rather read than write, check out the last paper by on acting as corridors for
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MIREN Oct 23
Cirsium arvense - persistent little thistle in North American fields! Check out our new Weed of the Month, contributed by , and learn how fungal parasites are used in its control.
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MIREN Oct 22
Great new regional paper with MIREN design, and very cool finding: rivers also act as corridors for mountain invasions!
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MIREN Oct 20
Time for some MIREN news! Wonder what science has been going on behind the scenes in the MIREN network? Find our newsletter here ⬇️
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New Phytologist Oct 18
Read the new accepted article from Clavel et al. 📖 The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal in non‐native plant invasion along mountain roads
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Jonas Lembrechts Oct 19
What a pleasure it was to discuss emerging challenges for vegetation science with this enthusiastic crew of young researchers. Vegetation science has a big role to play in tackling the biodiversity and climate crisis, and we hope to be of service!
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Jonas Lembrechts Oct 18
Want to have a layman's summary? Here you go --> Also shout out to main author
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MountainBiodiversity Oct 13
Yes!! Great work by ! Calling for more work on the belowground world in mountains and for contributions to the working group on mountain soil biodiversity!
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Jonas Lembrechts Oct 7
Ok, good question: what came first in high-elevation roadsides? Non-native plant species or their necessary mycorrhizae? Find out the answer - and much more - in 's blogpost on his first PhD chapter published in !
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Jonas Lembrechts Oct 7
Also, give a follow to , who freshly joined Twitter! He is the PhD candidate who will answer for you this and many other questions you might have on the role of mycorrhiza in mountain plant invasions!
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MIREN Oct 5
New regional paper! We dove underground to investigate the role of mycorrhizae in driving upward non-native plant movement. As usual, the belowground world surprised us quite a bit ⬇️
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Jonas Lembrechts Oct 5
On their way up along mountain roads, do non-native plants find the necessary mycorrhizae to succeed? We wondered, so we went to check! First (1st!) paper from a student now out in and I'm so proud 😍
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Dave Klinges Sep 30
Wow, my 1st first (author) now out in ! In our global synthesis, and I show the big role that 🌳, ❄️, and microgeography play in creating climate separation on mountains, revisiting Janzen's classic 1967 mountain passes paper: 1/4
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Jonas Lembrechts Sep 8
What a cosy atmosphere! PhD candidate Jan spending the fieldwork night in the Låktatjåkka waffle house in northern Sweden. More ⬇️
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Jonas Lembrechts Sep 7
The 3D lab waves goodbye to another master student! Sam brought us cool insights on alpine plant community structure, and dug up some proof for the existence of microrefugia.
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MIREN Sep 7
Last chance to take part in our survey on invasive species in mountains! You have one more week to take part and share with all those you know!
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Maria Sporbert Aug 30
Go apply for this cool postdoc position - it comes with a great team of supervisors and colleagues! I can highly recommend👍 ...Well, and Tenerife!!!😎
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MIREN Aug 30
Do you like mountain invasions and chemical ecology/metabolomics? Then this 2-year postdoc , lead by MIRENs together with , and might just be the job for you! Deadline September 10th!
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Sylvia Haider Aug 30
Interested in mountain invasions and in chemical ecology/metabolomics? I’m offering a 2yr Postdoc position together with . Deadline for applications is 10 Sept. Pls retweet!
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