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KAUST 3 Oct 18
Ph.D. student Matt Tietbohl () from the recently attended , the 11th International Conference on the Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies (), in Chile. Learn more -->
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NodeXL Project 2 Aug 18
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Dr. David Shiffman 30 Jul 18
Hi friends! I’m sorry I can’t be there but keep up@the great tweeting, I’m learning a lot!
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Dr. Inga Conti-Jerpe 2 Aug 18
C and S isotopes reveal that 60-70% of fish biomass in the North Sea is supported by pelagic rather than benthic pathways. Cool talk from at !
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Trevor Krabbenhoft 30 Jul 18
. talking about climate mediated regime shifts in subarctic lakes. Cool talk!
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Andrew Jackson 2 Aug 18
Very Cool talk recovering ecosystem functioning and structural changes over time using stable isotopes from
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Matt Tietbohl 3 Oct 18
Check out this short blog I wrote about my amazing experience at in Chile this August! This barely captures some of the best bits of the conference, but hopefully is a tantalizing teaser of the amazing science folks are doing round the world!
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Marc Smith 2 Aug 18
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Benjamin Lejeune 2 Aug 18
Yesterday was training hard in Valparaiso to be on top form for his presentation! Please, come listen to his talk today at 15:30! You won't be disappointed!
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Jason Newton 4 Aug 18
A big thanks to and the gang for giving us a brilliant meeting
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Kelton McMahon 3 Aug 18
It's about to get a whole lot more complex in here thanks to the insight of Tamsin O'Connell. She pushes us all to critically think about WHY things happen. And of course, a plug for thinking about the underlying biochemistry
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SIBS Laboratory 5 Aug 18
Post- Valparaiso and Concon are beautiful. Now heading back to Texas
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Claudio Quezada-R 2 Aug 18
Now Brian Hunt talking about stable isotopes approaches for Pacific Salmon life history analysis
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IsoEcol2018 3 Aug 18
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Andrew Jackson 3 Aug 18
hot off the press from . We heard it from the horses' mouths yesterday here in Chile
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Kevin Healy 2 Aug 18
Replying to @yodacomplex
Nice one! Roll on indeed
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Dr Katie St. John Glew 30 Oct 18
Can’t believe it’s been 3 months since - back to where I started
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Jonathan Grey 3 Aug 18
'And yet it works'...old friend Tamsin O'Connell delving into the metabolic black box for us Hat off to for a splendid choice of all 4 plenary speakers: Diane O'Brien, Pablo Sabat &
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Jason Newton 2 Aug 18
Fantastic hike for our mid-week break (and yes we are still talking about isotopes!). Looking forward to the talks resuming today.
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Trevor Krabbenhoft 4 Aug 18
What could be better than people from 34 countries getting together to solve scientific problems? (Answer: 35 countries) Thank you
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