My attempt at a native Australian stingless bee: the Blue Banded Bee. If you are interested in Australian bees, you should absolutely check out my buddy Toby’s Bee Aware Brisbane website. It’s jam packed with useful information and stunning photography :)
It’s that time again – time to deal with reviewer comments. A little bit of cheering up is needed! Here are my favorite reviewer comments in meme based on Sh*tmyreviewerssay. Also check out part 1 and part 2. Enjoy! 1.I found the use of the evolutionary theory problematic. This is a highly contested theory and the authors did not… Read More 10 best reviewer comments in meme: part 3
Submitting a thesis is a strange thing. You start eating cereal for dinner, laughing at code and generally getting annoyed with people who breathe too loudly in your presence. Most importantly, you have to keep it together. I was very surprised to realise that many colleagues do not realise that comments such as “you look… Read More Surviving thesis submission
Here’s a spoon-billed sandpiper as a follow on from last week’s post on shorebird conservation.
Environmental variability is often described using colour, with analogy with optics. This simple concept has completely revolutionised my view of ecology, and in particular with regards to Population Viability Analysis and Resilience. It is often assumed that the environment within which we live varies completely randomly. However, there is evidence to suggest that the environment… Read More Environmental variability: not quite as random as you might think