BES Collaborates with The Root Of The Science Podcast for a special panel discussion with Daniel Pauly, Nasiphi Bitani, and Mthokosizi Moyo for BHM 2022

For Black History Month, the British Ecological Society (BES) journals are celebrating the work of Black ecologists from around the world and sharing their stories. The theme for UK Black History Month this year is Time for Change: Action Not Words. In this very special podcast episode, British Ecological Society Journals podcast is collaborating with Anne Chisa, host of The Root Of The Science Podcast, to produce a … Continue reading BES Collaborates with The Root Of The Science Podcast for a special panel discussion with Daniel Pauly, Nasiphi Bitani, and Mthokosizi Moyo for BHM 2022

Sandra Klemet-N’Guessan discusses how to cultivate a more equitable and diverse landscape in ecology and academia with Frank Harris: Podcast transcript

For Black History Month, the British Ecological Society (BES) journals are celebrating the work of Black ecologists from around the world and sharing their stories. The theme for UK Black History Month this year is Time for Change: Action Not Words. Sandra is a PhD candidate in the Xenopoulos Aquatic Ecology Lab, Canada. In this podcast, we sit down to discuss being an ‘aFISHionado’, growing up as a global … Continue reading Sandra Klemet-N’Guessan discusses how to cultivate a more equitable and diverse landscape in ecology and academia with Frank Harris: Podcast transcript

Emerging relationships among microbes, soil carbon storage and climate change: Podcast transcript

In this podcast for Functional Ecology, Assistant Editor, Frank Harris, sits down with two Guest Editors—Pablo García-Palacios and Ji Chen— to discuss our recently published Special Feature on soil carbon storage. The Special Feature identifies emerging findings from soil microbial ecology and climate change research that can be used to reduce uncertainty if incorporated into theory and models. Frank: Today, I have Pablo García-Palacios and … Continue reading Emerging relationships among microbes, soil carbon storage and climate change: Podcast transcript

“Both groups are picking the flowers when they’re feeding – they’re walking about and you can see them pick flower after flower after flower after flower.” Jurene Kemp talks to Ken Thompson in our new podcast!

Find our podcasts on apple, spotify and stitcher, or your favourite podcast app. “It seems that both groups are picking the flowers when they’re feeding – they’re walking about and you can see them pick flower after flower after flower after flower.” In this podcast, Jurene Kemp talks about her paper, Cryptic petal coloration decreases floral apparency and herbivory in nocturnally closing daisies – recently … Continue reading “Both groups are picking the flowers when they’re feeding – they’re walking about and you can see them pick flower after flower after flower after flower.” Jurene Kemp talks to Ken Thompson in our new podcast!

“Breaking down leaves is basically hard work, so if the fungi have the option of an easier life, they take it?” Ken Thompson interviews Hal Halvorson in our new podcast

“Breaking down leaves is basically hard work, so if the fungi have the option of an easier life, they take it?” Continue reading “Breaking down leaves is basically hard work, so if the fungi have the option of an easier life, they take it?” Ken Thompson interviews Hal Halvorson in our new podcast

“The main thing we want to do is more long-term experiments…” New podcast episode with Ken Thompson and Rannveig Jacobsen

New Podcast! Ken Thompson talks to Rannveig Jacobsen (recently shortlisted for the Haldane prize) about the influence of insects on decomposer fungi. You can read all the shortlisted papers here. Continue reading “The main thing we want to do is more long-term experiments…” New podcast episode with Ken Thompson and Rannveig Jacobsen