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Ryan Burrows
Ecosystem ecologist, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith Uni., biogeochemistry, microbial processes, food webs, sustainable forest management 💧🌱🌏🏳️‍🌈
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Ryan Burrows Jun 18
Warming stripes for the Australian continent. Each stripe represents the temperature averaged over each year since 1901, with red-ish stripes being years hotter than the 1971-2000 average. Things are heating up rapidly downunder 🌡🔥
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Ryan Burrows Jun 18
Replying to @mickej72 @PaulKardol
Oh no. Maybe it's not too late to change the dates 😆
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Ryan Burrows Jun 17
Replying to @PaulKardol
Thanks Paul. Indeed, I'll be in Umeå in August. Including for 2 weekends 😀
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Australian Academy of Science Jun 17
We are pleased to announce the mobility grant recipients, which enable 15 EMCRs to travel to France & Europe for research in & the . Thank you to the Rod Rickards & Bede Morris memorial funds for these grants.
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Ryan Burrows Jun 17
Honoured to have received this Rod Richards Fellowship mobility grant from . I'll be working with some great ecosystem ecologists in Sweden this northern summer
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Ryan Burrows Jun 6
Yes, i totally would go back. Definitely an amazing place!
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Ryan Burrows Jun 6
I finally got to fulfil a life-long dream and visit Yellowstone National Park. Four full days in the park & we barely scratched the (geothermal) surface! We saw bison, wolves, brown & black bears, otters, coyotes, pronghorn, elk (no moose), deer and many birds ✔😀
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Ryan Burrows Jun 6
Replying to @oulutown
I have no idea. I'm just an ecological tourist here 😉
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Ryan Burrows Jun 6
Replying to @pakya734
Yes. It's way too cold in winter here 🌨❄
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Ryan Burrows Jun 6
Crazy amounts of adult brine flies on the shore of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. And this is not even peak emergence! The larvae eat mostly cyanobacteria and are an important food source for many lake and nearshore consumers
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Ryan Burrows May 27
Right time right place to see this dry stream/wash start flowing on a canyon hike at Capitol Reef National Park . Soon after, it started snowing❄🇺🇸. Spring weather!
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Ryan Burrows May 24
Mixed feelings now that is over. I'm going to miss all my great science mates (this meeting always makes me realise there are so many!). But now it's time to explore Utah and Yellowstone 🌲🦅🏜🐻. Hoping for more good beer along the way..
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Ryan Sponseller May 23
We are recruiting a new PhD student at Umeå University to study belowground interactions between boreal forests and headwater streams. Please contact me if you have any questions!
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Dan Allen May 20
At and looking for a PhD opportunity? Or know someone who is? We are recruiting for our project, looking for someone interested in streams, spatial modeling, and macroinvertebrates. Talk to me at or DM me. Please RT!
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DryRiversRCN May 19
After a half day workshop of research “speed dating”, discussing research ideas that integrate intermittent stream ecology and hydrology, and pre-social socializing, we are pumped for ! RyanMBurrows
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Ryan Burrows May 17
One of the joys of voting in Aus is the . If you're in West End, QLD here are your options
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Adam Ward May 10
SEEKING POST-DOC to study hydrology and biogeochemistry of intermittently-flowing waters in managed & natural landscapes. Co-advised by me & . Experimentation, monitoring, & modeling. Email, message, or find Todd at conference.
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Ryan Burrows May 8
Join us Tues 14th May for the next Science on Tap seminar. will be talking about conservation planning for wetlands in the Amazon River basin. 6pm West End, Bris. + beer 🔍🍺 - what more can you ask for?
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Lenka Kuglerová May 6
Three postdoc positions at my department with awesome forest vegetation ecologist
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Gerard Rocher-Ros 🎗️ May 5
My 2nd paper just came out in ! "Landscape process domains drive patterns of CO2 evasion from river networks" It's short and so go check it out, here it goes a small summary:
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