Was anyone else first introduced to the idea of biodiversity by a man-made collection? The notion of the diversity of . . .
Tradeoffs are everywhere, and never has this been more apparent to me, than in graduate school. With only so many . . .
It is uncertain how global climate change will affect tropical forests, and models vary on how precipitation and temperature regimes will . . .
Sometimes, scientists have the opportunity to get in on the “ground-level” of an emerging frontier. Such unexplored ideas are incredibly . . .
Among the parasites of the world, parasitic angiosperms are relatively understudied. Past research tends to focus on the study of . . .
Unraveling the relative roles of biotic interactions and abiotic fluctuations on diversification and extinction is a major tenant of evolutionary . . .
Pavoine and Bonsall’s paper about community assembly is a beast. It’s big (26 pages), it’s scary (only two of those . . .
“The social organization of Antelope in relation to their ecology” by P.J. Jarman was very imperative in helping me understand . . .
My original intent in writing this post was to compare the 5 most-cited papers on biodiversity to the 5 most . . .
The Biodiversity Concept Diagram illustrates the interacting components of biodiversity research and provides a roadmap to our discussions of papers . . .