Gesche Blume-Werry talks about recognition and feedback as an early career researcher. Continue reading “Some thoughts on recognition along the way…”
Finally, the end of the field-season has also reached me in the temperate peatlands. I’m not yet sure if it’s an advantage or disadvantage, that, after moving from the sub-Arctic to the temperate zone, my field-season is suddenly MUCH longer… Anyway, after a long period of preparation, we were finally ready to install tea- and litterbags in the field for our project about plant biomass … Continue reading Ecologist’s Diary with Gesche Blume-Werry: End-of-season season’s greetings!
“The fine roots of perennial plants are a royal pain to study”. Continue reading “Ecologist’s Diary with Gesche Blume-Werry: A royal pain”
Lately, I have been working on setting up a new (and really fun!) experiment. There is something to say about setting up a new experiment, while one is moving to a new job (‘don’t do it’, for example), but it has been really exciting despite the logistic puzzle.
In Ecologist’s Diary, we follow four ecologists from different fields in their daily work. Through regular updates, by means of columns, pictures and video, these enthusiastic researchers take us along the ups and downs of their field and lab work. Below they introduce themselves and give us a taste of what their posts are about. Continue reading “Ecologist’s Diary – meet the researchers!”