Our Diverse Introspectives series is a great excuse to shoot the breeze with biodiversity researchers. For this installment, we were . . .
In 1999, Brown et al. introduced an interesting concept to the world of predator-prey interactions. Previously, ecologists modeling these interactions . . .
As our global economy becomes increasingly connected and ecosystems are modified by human activity, diseases once thought to be under . . .
It’s Friday and that means that it’s time for our Friday link dump, where we highlight some recent papers (and . . .
After all the discussion on this blog surrounding Jon’s thoughtful post on Paradox of Phytoplankton and the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis . . .
Few studies have had as large of an impact on me as Charles Mitchell’s study of the impacts of plant species diversity on fungal diseases at the Cedar Creek grassland in Minnesota, USA.