Pride Month is almost over, and to wrap up this year’s awesome Rainbow Search blog series, we’re delighted to host this post from Lewis Bartlett announcing the launch of the ALDER Network: British Ecological Society’s Relaunched LGBTQIA+ Network. Hello readers! Welcome to my second year in a row writing a Rainbow Research blog post for…

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Post provided by Sara Blunk (she / she) of Rainbow Research the series returns to the British Ecological Society to celebrate Month of Pride 2022! These special posts promote visibility and share stories from STEM researchers belonging to the LGBTQIA2S + community. Each post relates to one of the themes represented by the colors on…

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Post provided by Adrian Montoni (ai / ai) of Rainbow Research the series returns to the British Ecological Society to celebrate Pride Month 2022! These special posts promote visibility and share stories from STEM researchers belonging to the LGBTQIA2S + community. Each post relates to one of the themes represented by the colors on the…

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Post provided by Christine Beardsworth Tracking animal movements is important for informing conservation practices, but can present logistical hurdles, especially when trying to track smaller species with large GPS tags. Using existing technologies in new ways can help overcome these barriers and provide alternative approaches to the accurate tracking of a large number of relatively…

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Post provided by Renske Jongen of Rainbow Research the series returns to the British Ecological Society to celebrate Pride Month 2022! These special posts promote visibility and share stories from STEM researchers belonging to the LGBTQIA2S + community. Each post relates to one of the themes represented by the colors on the Progress Pride flag…

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Our June issue is now online! This issue contains 16 excellent articles on the latest methods in ecology and evolution, including methods for extracting forest information from LiDAR data, digitizing wood samples, optimizing sustainable isotope sample design, and much more. ! Read on to find out about this month’s featured articles and the article behind…

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Post provided by Douglas Cirino of Rainbow Research the series returns to the British Ecological Society to celebrate Pride Month 2022! These special posts promote visibility and share stories from STEM researchers belonging to the LGBTQIA2S + community. Each post is related to one of the themes represented by the colors on the Progress Pride…

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Posted by Cléber Rodrigo de Souza Every year Methods in Ecology and Evolution rewards Robert May Award in the best paper published in the journal by an author early in their career. Ten Early Career Researchers entered the shortlist for this year’s award, including Cléber Rodrigo de Souza who is a data scientist at the…

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We are pleased to announce David Wilkinson as the winner of the Robert May 2021 Award, given the best work by an early career researcher in the 2021 volume Methods in Ecology and Evolution. In this interview, David shares knowledge on his winning article “Determining and Evaluating Predictions of Common Species Distribution Models”. Congratulations to…

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Post provided by Valerie Steen Every year Methods in Ecology and Evolution rewards Robert May Award in the best paper published in the journal by an author early in their career. Ten Early Career Researchers entered the shortlist for this year’s award, including Valerie Steen who is a postdoctoral researcher at Oregon State University in…

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