Recent Qaecologist blog posts (March 2013, Weeks 1 & 2)

The first two weeks of March continued the trend of quality blogging by qaecologists. As always, Amy Whitehead treated us to more great shots of wildlife that has passed in front of her camera lens. Also blogging this month, QAECO post-doc Pia Lentini offers her advice and reports on her experiences in moving labs for a first-time post-doc. We also heard from a somewhat concerned, somewhat optimistic, QAECO PhD candidate Claire Keely as she marks the end of her fieldwork chasing after the endangered Growling Grass Frog. Tracy Rout is a post-doc with QAECO but based at the University of Queensland’s EDG node. She gives a taste of a new paper to be published in the Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, in Part 1 of a two-parter (can’t wait for part 2!). And finally, this month saw the most recent addition to the annals of QAECO blog history. We’ve had the pleasure of hosting Zoological Society of London and Imperial College London PhD student Lucie Bland. Though only with us for a short time, Lucie has taken to the QAECO blogging culture with gusto! Check out what she’s been up to in trying to help conserve the world’s poorly known species.

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One Response to Recent Qaecologist blog posts (March 2013, Weeks 1 & 2)

  1. Pingback: Recent Qaecologist blog posts (March 2013, Weeks 3 & 4) | Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group

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