Some may know UC Berkeley professor John Harte from his work developing the MaxEnt Theory of Ecology (check out July’s TREE . . .
In my conversation with John Harte, he mentions work by his post-doc, Justin Kitzes, who is interested in how ecological . . .
It’s Friday and that means that it’s time for our Friday link dump, where we highlight some recent papers (and . . .
Why is this week different from all other weeks? Because this week, Emily Grason and Fletcher Halliday are serving as . . .
The boreal summer has already kicked in, which means that we are in that period of the year where some . . .
Below is the second installment in our second two-part series of posts on the philosophical and ecological values of biodiversity . . .
A few years ago, a great frenzy took over the Brazilian media and some social circles; the three-banded armadillo (Tolypeutes . . .
Advice to new graduate students in ecology: the Equilibrium Theory of Island Biogeography will almost undoubtedly appear on your general . . .
In part 1, I mentioned the major findings of The Economist’s issue on biodiversity, specifically regarding the relationship between national . . .
This past September The Economist put out a special report on global biodiversity, detailing its recent decline and the even . . .