Over the past few years, I’ve enjoyed writing blogs about exciting research by many ecologists and conservation biologists. It’s a wonderful opportunity to spread the word to a large and enthusiastic audience.
I’m keen to promote more work by early career researchers in the future. Recent blogs on fire in the mallee and estimating the cover of plants, for example, were based on fantastic papers by PhD students. Both posts were very popular with readers.
So this is a call to all the early career researchers who read this blog. If you’d like your work featured, please send me an email.
My mission statement as an ‘ecology blogger’ has now become – to lure you away from Facebook and Twitter. Just for a minute. To coax you out, I must first seduce your friends. Because you’ll follow them as you ignore me. Continue reading