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Lucy Winder 25 Apr 17
A cool example of how legs in birds can be different temperatures for thermoregulation
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Dominic McCafferty Mar 13
The heat is on! Join us in Seville for ‘Heat exchange with the environment: Mechanisms and insights into animal energetics’ - Submit your abstract Deadline: 15 March Some funding available for students
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Dominic McCafferty 26 Feb 18
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The Davies Lab Apr 22
Replying to @thedavieslab
My research focused on the ecological consequences of genetically-based thermal traits in fishes, where I did mark-recapture in the field, lab experiments on , QTL mapping & species distribution modelling (4/)
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Dr. Jantina Toxopeus 4 Jan 18
introducing the crowd to some cool arachnid
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Rada 2 Aug 18
Why do microbes have colors if that can’t see? Fungi can use pigments to warm up and adapt to thermal environment. via
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Heidi J. MacLean Oct 13
A comprehensive look at acclimation and life-stage effects on thermal preference!!! Check out our new Journal of Thermal Biology paper.
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Meghan Duell 27 Oct 18
come to my talk tomorrow on stingless bee flight thermal performance and thermal tolerance based on body size!
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Rada 21 Aug 18
Excellent Dispatch by Pinkert & Zeuss on Thermal Biology: Melanin-Based Energy Harvesting across the Tree of Life
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Paul Jerem 29 Mar 18
Replying to @PaulJerem
6/6 | These results demonstrate thermal imaging could provide a novel, non-invasive method for assessing physiological state of free-living animals in natural environments |
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Meghan Duell Mar 19
reblogged my piece on why it's important to study winter!
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Nicholas Payne Dec 13
Exciting new 4-year research and teaching position in Zoology Department at Trinity College Dublin!!! Apply now! . Enquiries to paynen@tcd.ie
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Georgia Southern Biology 2 Jan 18
Faculty/undergrad collaboration. Thermal characteristics of retreat sites in Ring-necked .
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Dr. Sara Wuitchik 19 Jun 18
I am starting the very last critical thermal maximum trial of my PhD. Right. Now. 🔥🐟
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Paul Jerem 29 Mar 18
Replying to @PaulJerem
4/6 | We found baseline body surface temperature reflects both energy reserves and baseline glucocorticoids | |
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Meghan Duell 29 Oct 18
Ray Huey's plenary talk last night at was wonderful. He revisited some of the original great work binding physiology and ecology, but also made me feel great about the directions I want to go in my postdoc and beyond.
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Kristoffer Jun 27
Me minding my own business this morning.... Lady walks by and says “the things you see on a clothesline...” I figured ibuttons were a normal thing, guess I was wrong.
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Dominic McCafferty Mar 15
Some great abstracts already submitted for our symposium on heat exchange and animal energetics. Make our Friday night and submit your abstract for
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Paul Jerem 29 Mar 18
Replying to @PaulJerem
5/6 | Also, under acute stress, body surface temperature dynamics were complex, and linked to baseline glucocorticoids independent of environmental conditions - useful for measuring in the wild |
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Lucy Winder 10 Feb 17
That's where all the food's going! Woodpecker visiting the bird feeder
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