Tagged: ecology

Guest Post – The Mares Collection

Guest blog post from Tim Deprez & Katherine Brownlie of Ghent University The organisers of the Mares Conference on Marine Ecosystems Health and Conservation 2016 (Feb 1-5, 2016) are pleased to have made an...

Modelling Tradescantia fluminensis – Author Interview

We recently published “Modelling Tradescantia fluminensis to assess long term survival”. In this study, author Michael J. Plank, and his colleagues studied models to control the growth of, Tradescantia fluminensis, an invasive plant species. Michael comments on...

Self-generated Morphology in Lagoon Reefs – Author Interview

We recently published “Self-generated morphology in lagoon reefs”. In this study, author David Blakeway and his co-author Michael Hamblin discuss their research on coral reefs and reef simulations. In this post, David comments on his research and...

Birds’ responses to 3D printed eggs – Author Interview

Today we published “Using 3D printed eggs to examine the egg-rejection behaviour of wild birds”. In this study, First author Branislav Igic, co-author Mark E. Hauber, and their colleagues utilized 3D printed eggs as a method...

Effects of Overfishing Caribbean Reefs – Author Interview

We recently published “Indirect effects of overfishing on Caribbean reefs: sponges overgrow reef-building corals”. In this study, author Joseph Pawlik, and his colleagues examined the indirect effects of overfishing on coral reefs. Joseph comments on his research and...

Photogrammetry of Whale Sharks – Author Interview

We recently published “Laser photogrammetry improves size and demographic estimates for whale sharks”. In this study, author Christoph A. Rohner and his colleagues examine the results of a study on Whale Sharks. Christoph comments on his research and...

Pre- and postmortem tyrannosaurid bite marks – Author Interview

Today we are pleased to have published “Pre- and postmortem tyrannosaurid bite marks on the remains of Daspletosaurus (Tyrannosaurinae: Theropoda) from Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada“. In this crowdsource-funded study, first author David Hone,...