Pikas act as ‘climate indicators’
Aug01
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3 Reasons Why We Should Tell Stories about Scientists, Not Just Science
Jun23

3 Reasons Why We Should Tell Stories about Scientists, Not Just Science

Guest post by Bethann Merkle, a member of the “Eco Comm Crew” behind the upcoming “Beyond the Written Word” science communication workshop (#15) at ESA’s Annual Meeting in Sacramento.

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Why I did a Science Cafe – a guest post by Lisa Schulte Moore
Dec12

Why I did a Science Cafe – a guest post by Lisa Schulte Moore

“Being a native of Wisconsin – land of beer, brats, and polkas – I’ve always dreamed of delivering a science presentation with a drink in my hand.” — Lisa Schulte Moore writes about her new adventures in public outreach at the Science Cafe, and as a fellow in the Leopold Leadership program.

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Crowdsourcing the ESA2014 opening plenary
Aug01
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Slime, spores…fungi!
Aug01

Slime, spores…fungi!

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Unexpected cannibals
Jul31

Unexpected cannibals

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Viper tick removal service
Jul30

Viper tick removal service

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Connecting the global to the local – agricultural landscapes from field to orbit
Jul29
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Bridging the public-private land divide for conservation
Jul25

Bridging the public-private land divide for conservation

For much of the world, high-intensity industrial farming produces food with high efficiency, but puts the squeeze on other plant and animal life. Wildlife is mostly sequestered on preserves. But is this the best way to maximize food and biodiversity? Or are there other configurations that might improve mobility of wildlife and benefit other ecosystem services without cost (and possibly with benefit) to private land owners?

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Call for nominations! Joan Ehrenfeld Award for Best Student Presentation in Urban Ecology
Jul18
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