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Sci & Tech @ ECCC Aug 14
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This pioneering technique will help with tracking of wildlife for management, forensic, and ecological purposes
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Conor Ryan 12h
Fin, sei & seem to feed rather than fast during winter. Some seem to remain in European waters year-round, rather than migrate to the tropics.
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Dr Rhiannon Stevens Aug 15
New paper on diet and lifeways during the Imperial period at Palestrina, Rome by ⁦⁩ and colleagues
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Adrià BM Dec 11
About to start! (room 145B)
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Carsten W. Mueller Mar 23
Looking for a fully funded 3 year PhD project using and other state of the art techniques?
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Jim Ehleringer Dec 13
We are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for IsoCamp 2019 where 17 instructors lead lecture and lab training in next June to graduate students representing many disciplines, Feb 8 application deadline
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Sercon IRMS Aug 10
How accurate is your ? Does the phone in your pocket calculate your as well? The validity of 12 wearable devices were assessed in this paper using the doubly labelled water (DLW) method; measured via Sercon IRMS
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Diana Moreiras Jun 13
He is mini-Huitzilopochtli or “Huitzilopochtlito”. Sacrificed by heart extraction at the during the reign of Motecuhzoma I. I analyzed bone and a tooth via and created his osteobiography based on all the evidence. I gave him a name!
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Davoren Lab Jan 30
Congrats to our recent master’s Ed Jenkins! During his master's Ed investigated dietary niche dynamics in Newfoundland, finding that species differed in their reliance upon certain prey. He also used feeding experiments to investigate change in .
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Dr. Michelle Alexander Jun 7
Postdoc Job opportunity! Come and work with us and - we're looking for a specialist in AND/OR to join us in the lab and in the field in Zanzibar! info and apply here:
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Loïc N. Michel May 31
While many regions lose quickly, some parts of East see a lot of it, even in summer. Here, we used to show that the absence of sea ice breakup deeply influences benthic . Read more at
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Jaivime Evaristo Apr 1
Is ecohydrological separation a separation in time or in space? We performed a controlled drought experiment at rainforest biome to see. Our new paper, A shout-out to all my co-authors. Thank you for the learning opportunity!
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BioMES Lab Jun 17
Busy times... A field crew also in southern Manitoba sampling water quality along a human activity gradient of agriculture and
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Jackie Raw Mar 9
It's happening! I am tentatively looking internationally for a or related to current work on , but I also have expertise with . friends pls send adverts my way 🇿🇦🌱
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W. Meier-Augenstein Mar 29
Hullo Isotweeps, young and mature. Everything about stable isotope reference materials you always wanted to know but never dared to ask can now be found in Vol.55(2) of in Environ. Health Stud.
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Lafage Feb 21
We are recruiting a highly motivated PhD student to work on riparian buffers ability to maintain cross-ecosystem food webs!
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BioArCh Apr 24
BioArCh PhDs representing at UKAS. Amazing wine reception in the fossil gallery PhDs released
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Olivier Morissette Jul 23
High correlation between otolith and white muscle nitrogen d15N, an interesting read, reiterating new possibilities in science
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Stable-isotope-group Konstanz Dec 14
In light of the recent evidence of drastic reduction in flying insect mass in Germany: Lake Constance (Bodensee) emerging aquatic mayfly Ephemera danica (Eintagsfliege) utilize mainly terrestrial nutrient for tissue synthesis
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Alejandra C. Ordóñez Aug 13
Yesterday sampling at . I really enjoy working with these people .
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