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!
We’ve got a new website up that aggregates the info on our La Brea food webs project! Check it out! https://labreawebs.wordpress.com/
It’s my favorite time of year! March Mammal Madness! #2017MMM is a scientifically-accurate, completely geeky competition between mammals, developed by Katie Hinde and colleagues. Check…
The Blois lab has been having fun scouting for new field sites in Sequoia National Park this summer. A post on that work will be coming…
I’ve got a new paper out today, in Nature*! Working with a large group of researchers as part of the Smithsonian ETE Community Assembly and…