For the past seven years or so, I’ve started the new year the same way, by attending the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB). Conveniently, the meeting is usually held in a somewhat warm (or at least not frigidly cold) location, and this year’s meeting in Tampa did not disappoint. Aside … Continue reading SICB 2019: Starting the Winter in Florida
Assessing the impacts of invasive species can be difficult. One major reason for this is that, in the case of many biological invasions, we lack appropriate sampling or data from before the invasion. In most cases, we don't know an invasive species is going to arrive, or what aspects of ecology it might impact in the … Continue reading New Paper out in Global Change Biology!