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Ayla Paul Jul 17
Another day today. Just found this song 'Honey Bee' by . Hilarious. Someone please be my .
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Nati Rosciano Jul 16
Replying to @penguin_nati
We studied the parental provisioning strategies of the rockhopper using
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Seabird Ecology Nov 25
European from the Mediterranean do not leave it to overwinter, but disperse over large areas moving towards the southern and eastern Mediterranean and show low migratory connectivity. This was inferred from of feathers!
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Dr Rhiannon Stevens Jul 17
Yippee! Just been awarded funding for a new IRMS!
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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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Matthias Sprenger Jun 28
We found using that water does not mix well between smaller and bigger soil pores. Our data shows that newly infiltrating water bypasses older water. This is important for hydrological modeling and ecohydrological studies, which often assume well mixed conditions.
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Tripti Bhattacharya Jul 11
When you're writing from home and your cats manage to type the ∂ symbol via keyboard shortcut 80 times while walking over your laptop
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Jim Ehleringer 7 Apr 18
Three-year postdoc position available to study tree rings and stable isotopes in the Ehleringer Lab. Apply now. Details are available at ,
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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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Stacey McCormack 9 Apr 18
Such a great opportunity to present some of my Phd research on how we can use data signatures such as for ecosystem models.
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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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Christopher Bird 23 Jan 18
How we uncovered the feeding habits of , thanks to plankton ‘post codes’ - Paper:
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Erik Oerter Aug 21
Exciting postdoc opportunity studying isotope hydrology of meteorites! Contact me for more info. Please Retweet
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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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Francisca Santana S 13 Jul 18
When you are going for a hair cut but want to save some sample for analysing yourself
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Rose Smith Ph.D. Oct 24
Another awesome postdoc opportunity for stable isotope biogeochemistry with top notch people at EPA ORD in Newport OR .
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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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Ruedi Nager Sep 28
δ13C values of marine top consumers are good indicators of the foraging habitat at a regional scale in the mid-North Atlantic, especially in terms of inshore/offshore gradients and areas of higher productivity
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Derek Hamilton Oct 8
At the Dorset County Museum to develop Iron Age brooche chronology and investigate movement and mobility in Middle Iron Age people and animals. ⁩ ⁦
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Tara Imlay Oct 26
our most recent paper () uses and to determine winter areas, and habitat fidelity for declining Bank, Barn and Cliff Swallow populations. with
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