Upwithclimate is the blog of the Feeley Lab, which discusses a broad range of ecological topics, with a focus on how natural systems will respond to climate change.
*posts written by me
✝posts about by research, authored by someone else
✝Invasive Cuban lizard in Bermuda
✝El grupo del Dr. Feeley viaja a Colombia
✝The Feeley Lab goes to Colombia
✝A downside of diversity?
✝Presentations at FIU graduate symposium
*Can better conference location planning reduce science's carbon footprint?
✝The Fairchild Challenge
*Bermuda: Sun, Sea and Lots of Lizards
✝Changing conservation priorities: Are we addressing the crises or are we chasing the money?
*Anolis lizard predation in South Florida
✝All about anoles
*Why do we still know so little about common species?
*Forest fragmentation leads to rapid species extinctions
*Climate change must not blow off course
(Above) Air travel routes of attendees to (left) actual meeting locations, and (right) the respective optimal (i.e., lowest possible total Greenhouse Gas emissions) meeting locations of the biennial conferences of the International Biogeography Society. Average per person round-trip air travel distances and meeting-total GHG emissions that would have been saved if meetings were held in their respective optimal locations are indicated below the panels on the right.
Read more about it on the Official Ecography blog post here!