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Hitchhiking around the Southern Ocean

Dr Fiona Jones

Part 1: Hatching a plan

In Antarctica, you don’t just need a Plan B. You need a Plan C, D, and – just to be on the safe side – E. 3,013 more words


Random Act of Kindness

On my morning bike rides I stop to photograph and/or film nature, flora and fauna to better my understanding of the nature around me. My purpose is to share my passion of natural history with others through photographs, video and art. 141 more words


Hearth Eats Students And Turns Into Posthole

Bronto posthole, not bronto hearth

Today Emma Karlsson of the Östergötland County Museum brought a much wished-for RTK-GPS to site and instantly solved the biggest conundrums on our dig. 348 more words


How *not* to describe 1950s' Tibet

“There is singing everywhere in Tibet”


Tibetan monks laying down their arms, 1959. AFP/Getty.

In my first post on Labrang, recalling the debate over how to represent… 6,169 more words


Summer Fieldwork - July

Western Painted Turtle Predation Research – Cassie Friesen

This summer I have been working on the Sunshine Coast for my Applied Research Project (ARP). The best part about my research is that I get to work with turtles every day! 201 more words


In 2016 I pottered around Sulawesi setting up forest plots. The first results of which have been published in Biotropica (link to pdf below). The paper describes the tree flora of our sites in eastern Sulawesi. 242 more words