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Dominic Martin Aug 2
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Pamela Narváez Apr 26
My abstract to got accepted! I’ll be presenting about the effects of human-induced forest fires on mouse lemur abundance. See you in July!
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Julia P G Jones Jul 31
Bill Laurance's plenary about the ecological impacts of big infrastructure projects has been interrupted multiple times by power outage. He wasn't best pleased. Perfect illustration of the other side of story - countries like Madagascar do want better infrastructure.
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Masha van der Sande Aug 2
Interested in learning how functional diversity of Neotropical forests recovers after agricultural abandonment? Come see my presentation at 11:38 in room Emeraude at !
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Ana Benítez Aug 2
Let's take a moment to appreciate this gorgeous yet effective poster at
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Sam Cotton Aug 3
Surely one of the best workshops this week - we need increased inclusion & involvement from all stakeholders, greater sharing of successes and ‘failures’, and more monitoring (& evaluation) of our habitat restoration efforts. I learnt a lot from being there! 🌿
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Charlotte Chang Aug 3
So grateful to be at ! Some highlights from what I’ve learned here. It has been inspiring to see all of the great science happening here in and abroad.
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Juan Moreira-H. 🌺🦇 Jul 29
I study bat pollination of tropical plants and right now I’m feeling big time from missing out on three super exciting simultaneous meetings! ☹️
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Jadelys Tonos Aug 1
Glad to have had the chance to share my work on individdual spatial networks of plant-animal interactions at ! Also quite happy that I now get to relax and enjoy fantastic presentations by colleges, collaborators and new friends!
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Amy Dunham Aug 4
Tropical biologists celebrating end of a great inspiring inclusive meeting
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Sally Archibald Jul 30
Mosaics of grassland and forest are part of Madagascar's natural history: Dr Steve Goodman in his keynote at . See talks by and who are describing these fascinating ecosystems.
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Martine Maron Aug 3
If you have a spare few hours after , definitely recommend a visit to Parc Tsarasaotra, a Ramsar site right in the suburbs of Antananarivo - if you’re wondering where all the birds are, they’re here.
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Dominic Martin Aug 10
. Rakotomalala and me did a little study on the quality of talks last week! Two findings: 1) Talk quality did not differ between academic life history stages. 2) Native English speakers did not deliver betterr talks. A thread (1/4)
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Daniel Gorczynski Jul 29
Found a Diademed Sifaka (Propithecus diadema) with the crew!
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Seheno Andriantsaralaza-corduant Aug 14
I still don't realize I won this award. When I think of the sleepless nights I spent practising my speech, I would say the hard work always ends up paying off Best Presentation Winners!!
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Stacey Tecot Jun 3
Discounted student fees are still enormously high, and Malagasy students with accepted abstracts are unable to attend in Madagascar without help. Please share this fundraiser to ensure Malagasy people are represented in in !
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Aisha Uduman Aug 1
Feeling so brain dead after back to back conferences - I’m so glad offers fun lunchtime activities like this! Will return tomorrow to draw on some turtles 🐢
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Krishna Anujan 🌈 Aug 1
Hey ! Come to my poster PTS/110 today to chat about tropical forest regeneration. Keywords: light, biodiversity, plant enemies, field experiment, Andaman Islands!!!
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R4D Telecoupling Jul 30
Our PhD candidates conducting research in are presenting this week. Here is who to speak to if you want to know more about land use change, telecoupling, land governance, Bayesian land use modelling and social learning!
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Seheno Andriantsaralaza-corduant Aug 7
my first time to present a talk in international meeting... and to win the Luis F. Bacardi Award for Advances in Tropical Conservation!
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