[Continued from Part 2] Two weeks ago, I reviewed some of the experimental evidence for the importance of diversity. In . . .
On May 7th, fellow UW grad student Halley Froelich and I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Peter Kareiva, . . .
[Continued from Part 1] On Wednesday, I reviewed some of the synthetic work by Brad Cardinale and others showing the . . .
If anything, we can be absolutely certain about one thing regarding biodiversity: we are losing it. In 2005, the Millennium . . .
Was anyone else first introduced to the idea of biodiversity by a man-made collection? The notion of the diversity of . . .
In the context of declining diversity, scientists are attempting to quantify the consequences in terms that have a direct impact . . .
It is uncertain how global climate change will affect tropical forests, and models vary on how precipitation and temperature regimes will . . .
The relationship between the richness of a community and its risk of being invaded (invasibility) goes back to Darwin. He . . .
Among the parasites of the world, parasitic angiosperms are relatively understudied. Past research tends to focus on the study of . . .
My original intent in writing this post was to compare the 5 most-cited papers on biodiversity to the 5 most . . .