ECR feature: Vicente García-Navas on diversification in dasyurid marsupials

Vicente is an evolutionary ecologist and is currently a postdoc at the University of Zurich. He is largely interested in patterns of lineage diversity and eco-morphologies. Vicente shares his recent work on the interplay between competition, divergence time, and geographic range overlap on the diversification of dasyurid marsupials in Australia. Name. Vicente García-Navas Personal links.Continue reading “ECR feature: Vicente García-Navas on diversification in dasyurid marsupials”

ECR feature: Edmund Basham on tree-top frogs

Edmund Basham is a community ecologist and biogeographer who is currently studying toward his PhD at the University of Florida. He has deep love and interest in the frog communities of tropical rainforests. Edmund shares his recent research on the seasonal shifts and vertical stratification of tree-dwelling frog species in Panama. Personal links. Instagram |Continue reading “ECR feature: Edmund Basham on tree-top frogs”

ECR: Jordan A. Hollarsmith

Jordan is a postdoc at Simon Fraser University. She is an ecologist with an interest in resource management. Jordan shares how she and her colleagues have used a remotely operated vehicle to survey marine biodiversity in the Mexican Pacific. Jordan Hollarsmith. Personal links. Website | Twitter Institute. Simon Fraser University Academic life stage. Postdoc MajorContinue reading “ECR: Jordan A. Hollarsmith”

ECR feature: Himalayan wolves with Geraldine Werhahn

Geraldine Werhahn is a research associate at Oxford University. She is a conversation biologist who uses a multidisciplinary approach to study the ecology and evolution of carnivores in the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau. Geraldine shares her recent work on the taxonomy and adaptive evolution of the Himalayan wolf. Geraldine in the Himalayas, collecting wolfContinue reading “ECR feature: Himalayan wolves with Geraldine Werhahn”

ECR feature: Chemical variations in fossil pollen with Florian Muthreich

Florian Muthreich is a PhD student in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Bergen, focusing on the application of chemical variations in fossil pollen to understand ecosystem dynamics. Florian’s work focuses on identifying Oak (Quercus) pollen in sediment cores – which is particularly difficult to differentiate with a light microscope – atContinue reading “ECR feature: Chemical variations in fossil pollen with Florian Muthreich”

ECR feature: Jéssica Fenker

Jéssica Fenker is a PhD candidate at Australia National University. She is a herpetologist with a particular interest in adaptive radiations, species diversification, and savanna ecosystems. Jéssica shares her recent work, a multidisciplinary study, on characterising the biodiversity of lizards in the Cerrado, South America. Jéssica Feneker posing with a goanna in Australia (left), andContinue reading “ECR feature: Jéssica Fenker”

ECR feature: Cavity-nesting pollinators and their antagonists with Antonia Mayr

Antonia V. Mayr is a Postdoc at the University of Würzburg department of Animal Ecology and Tropical Biology. Her research is based in tropical mountain ecology and focuses on questions about how climate and land use change affect species, and how functional and phylogenetic diversity relate to changes in ecosystem services. Antonia provides background informationContinue reading “ECR feature: Cavity-nesting pollinators and their antagonists with Antonia Mayr”

ECR feature: Norwegian plant distributions with Ida Mienna

Ida M. Mienna is a PhD student at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, having recently completed her master’s degree at Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Her current work focuses on understanding the spatial ecology of the forest-tundra ecotone in Fennoscandia, especially through investigating drivers of change and establishing a high resolution monitoring systemContinue reading “ECR feature: Norwegian plant distributions with Ida Mienna”

ECR feature: Invasive mammals with Zach Carter

Zach Carter is a PhD student at the University of Auckland School of Biological Sciences, focusing on invasion biology, island ecosystems, and physical geography. He is currently studying landscape-scale eradication of invasive mammals of the New Zealand archipelago, including rats, mustelids, and the common brushtail possum. Zach shares the motivations and challenges behind his recentContinue reading “ECR feature: Invasive mammals with Zach Carter”

ECR feature: Letícia Soares on migratory birds and their pathogens

Letícia Soares is a postdoc at the Advanced Facility for Avian Research, University of Western Ontario, and is interested in disease ecology and evolution. In her recently published paper in Journal of Biogeography, Letícia studied the malarial parasites in North American migratory bird species in their Hispaniola over-wintering range. She shares her findings from herContinue reading “ECR feature: Letícia Soares on migratory birds and their pathogens”