We have some interesting blog entries coming out of the lab at the moment. Dr. Michael McCarthy has recently written a piece on the SLOSS (Single Large or Several Small) reserves debate. Dr. Georgia Garrard has written a nice piece on how we should be doing more with ecological data through rigourous synthesis. John Baumgartner has a blog entry on how to better understand those unhelpful error messages in OPENBUGS. And I (James Camac) have written on two experiments: International Tundra Experiment (ITEX) and the burning for biodiversity fire experiment. I also have several blog entries on what we currently know about how alpine vegetation are responding to climate change and the interactions between climate change and fire. We recommend you check them out!
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