Tuesday taster: 31/10/2017

Published today in Functional Ecology:

  • a study by Griffiths et al. on the links between traits, demography and species abundance in a predator-prey-resource background
  • a study by Lea et al. describing the use of non-invasive physiological markers to identify the population dynamics in Zebra.

And again…consider travelling to ‘Ecology without Borders’ by train. Ecologists need to set the example; one conference paper at the moment is estimated to represent 800 kg of CO2; that is driving an average car for 31 hours non-stop.

It was hard to miss it as my Twitter feed was full of it: BluePlanet II is on air.

The debate on the usefulness of summer- and winter-time keeps going on. But apparently changing the clock is good for your brain.

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