I’ve got a new paper out in PNAS (here, open access) on testing space-for-time substitution using fossil pollen data. The main message: the assumption that they are substitutable is valid, at least over broader scales of space and time!
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Space-for-time substitution can work!
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Summer Research Opportunity: Surveying Small Mammals in Yosemite National Park
Application Deadline: April 9th, 2023 Anticipated Timeline: May 30th, 2023 – August 11th, 2023 Compensation: full time, $15.50-17.73/hour We are currently looking for an undergraduate…
Welcome to 2023 in the Blois lab!
Great news to start off the year! The Blois lab had two papers accepted over the winter break. The first was a paper led by…
New postdoc opportunity! NSF-funded Postdoc Positions in Paleoecology and Species Distribution Modeling
Marta Jarzyna at Ohio State and I were just awarded a new NSF grant to investigate the spatial and temporal non-stationarity of processes structuring communities.…
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