You might have a favorite science writer. Mine are David Quammen, Bill Bryson, Carl Sagan, and Tim Flannery. Others may . . .
It’s Friday and that means that it’s time for our Friday link dump, where we highlight some recent papers (and . . .
In a previous post, the photographing ecologist explained the importance of getting low to get the interesting and catchy pictures . . .
Below is the another installment on the philosophical and ecological values of biodiversity motivated by the University of Oregon lecture . . .
Dedicated to the memory of Sir John Maddox (1) Good science must be transparent in its theories, models and experiments. . . .
In a previous post, I wrote about the power of photography for ecologists. Now, it is time to provide some . . .
Science recently released a special issue on defaunation, which spanned seven articles detailing the recent decline in animal species diversity . . .
Photography is classified as art, ecology is science. Two distinct worlds that only very rarely show some overlap. I am . . .
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) ‘Red List’ is designed to help conservationists and policy-makers keep track of . . .
Some may know UC Berkeley professor John Harte from his work developing the MaxEnt Theory of Ecology (check out July’s TREE . . .