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...under the Samaan tree
No summary available for this site.
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a leaf warbler's gleanings
Semi-random observations of an interdisciplinary scientist studying evolutionary ecology in the interstices of human enterprise, in the real spaces we leave open for other species to coexist with us, and the virtual spaces where we communicate increasingly. The mostly science but somewhat personal blog of a reconciliation ecologist studying the responses of wildlife to human influences through an evolutionary lens. Also a father of two girls; photographer; birdwatcher; bookworm; cinephile; and explorer of the internets.
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A(frican) Blog of Ecology
No summary available for this site.
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Alien Plantation
No summary available for this site.
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Ambika Kamath
The interrelationships between behaviour, morphology, and habitat
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Arthropod Ecology
The arthropod ecology blog is focused on stories and commentary related to the ecology of insects and spiders, Arachnology in general, biodiversity science, natural history, and academic life. It features summaries of research papers in these fields.
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Azimuth
John Baez, physicist, writes on ecology and mathematical physics.
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Better Know a Fish!
A blog on fish biodiversity. Written by Ben Young Landis.
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BioDiverse Perspectives
Graduate Students on Biodiversity Science
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Biogeography Bits
A weekly highlight of new research in biogeography- the study of how living things got to live where they do on planet Earth and where they might go in the future.
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Casaubon's Book
No summary available for this site.
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Comments on: Charismatic Minifauna
Gwen Pearson has a PhD in Entomology and runs Get Your Nature Geek On, a small company focused on science communication and websites for nature and research centers. She blogged under the pseudonym "Bug Girl" for many years. Gwen's early career was spent teaching in academia. Her research focused on female insect behavior in pheromone communication systems. She currently serves as Network Coordinator for the Organization of Biological Field Stations.
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Culturing Science
No summary available for this site.
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Culturing Science
Biology as relevant to us early beings: science and culture in light of the Anthropocene.
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Cyanobacterial Adventures
No summary available for this site.
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Darwinian Demon
What are the ecological and evolutionary implications of human dominance? Understanding the Anthropocene based on human ecological nature.
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Distributed Ecology
A blog to explore current ecological literature, trends and methods.
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DO'Meara
No summary available for this site.
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Dowling Lab
Systematics and Ecology of Mites & Leaf Litter Critters
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Dynamic Ecology
No summary available for this site.
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Early Career Ecologists
Questioning, Researching, and Communicating our Science
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Eco-Evo Evo-Eco
eco-evolutionary dynamics
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Eco-Now
Raising awareness about endangered species and the human impact on biodiversity NOW and efforts to protect biodiversity for the future.
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EcoEvo@TCD
Ecology and Evolution blog from the staff and students of the School of Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. We write about various topics including reviews of recent papers and books, press releases for new papers published by members of the group, abstracts from seminars and conferences, photographs from exotic (and not so exotic!) field work locations and discussions on controversial topics in Ecology and Evolution.
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Ecologically Orientated
...with frequent whatnot
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Ecology in a Gingko-covered building
Ecology @ PlantSci, University of Cambridge
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EcoPost
Delivering ecological and environmental news and views. EcoPost is a new blog, set up by a group of students based around the University of Edinburgh. We all have different interests, but what brings us together is our shared love of all things related to the environment and ecology. We started this blog wanting to express our enthusiasms; from bugs to badgers, nitrogen fixation to ocean currents, to tropical forests and everything in between, and to have a place to share things that we find interesting, inspiring and worthy of your attention. We hope you enjoy reading our posts!
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EcoTone
EcoTone is a blog produced by the Ecological Society of America. The blog showcases ecology and ecologists, focusing on ecological science in the news and its use in policy and education. EcoTone welcomes guest submissions and suggestions of timely, relevant news of importance to the broad ecological community. EcoTone is moderated by ESA's communications officer, Katie Kline.
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Endless Forms
No summary available for this site.
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Equilibre Ethology & Horsemanship
A page on equids, their behaviours, life histories, conservation, domestication and training.
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