The EEB and Flow blog

If you haven’t yet taken the time to check out The EEB and Flow blog, make today the day. Marc Cadotte, who has quite recently moved from a postdoc in sunny California to a professorship in chilly Toronto (a metaphor here, maybe?), and his colleagues maintain an excellent blog on all things ecology and evolutionary biology. Their blog posts center around recent research in ecology and evolutionary biology and the lives of the people who do it, including personal stories and musings about the state of the field as a career choice.

I bring up the EEB and Flow now because Marc blogged from the ESA meeting last week, posting about talks he saw on invasive species, the reality (or not) of macroecology as its own discipline, and species interactions/community assembly.  Check out Marc’s assessments of the meeting, post your feedback, and bookmark The EEB and Flow.

Author: Christine Buckley

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  1. Who’s the “I” in this blog/Website? Many of the pieces seem to assume that the reader knows who the “I” is.

  2. “I”‘m Christine Buckley, the communications officer at ESA.

  3. Thank you. Always good to know who an “I” is.

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