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Kurt Reinhart publishes paper on plant-soil feedback in Science

Kurt Reinhart was part of the lab back in the old days when I was at Sapelo full time. He’s now working for the USDA Agricultural Research Service and recently co-authored a paper in Science on plant-soil feedbacks. 60 more words

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Huy, Kazik and Steve publish paper on how crabs engineer creek growth

The first paper from Huy’s dissertation is now published in Ecology. Huy compared four species of burrowing crabs and shows how one of them, Sesarma reticulatum, engineers the growth of headward-eroding creeks in tidal marshes in Georgia and South Carolina. 114 more words

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Congratulations to Melissa and Peter for the paper “Intracellular distribution and stability of a luminescent rhenium(I) tricarbonyl tetrazolato complex using epifluorescence microscopy in conjunction with X-ray fluorescence imaging… 21 more words

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One way to build a dietary generalist

By Karl Roeder

We are incredibly excited to announce that our work on fire ants and isotopes has just been accepted in Ecology! The work primarily revolves around understanding trophic variation across a population of… 359 more words

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Fibonacci times Euler

Recall the Fibonacci numbers given by 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21… There is no need to define them. You all know. Now take the Euler numbers (OEIS) 1,1,1,2,5,16,61,272… This is the number of… 253 more words


Shanze publishes paper on disturbance at GCE fall monitoring sites

Shanze Li worked with Steve to synthesize 14 years of data on disturbance at the 8 GCE LTER fall monitoring sites dominated by Spartina alterniflora, and the paper was recently published in Ecosphere (Ecosphere 7(10):e01487. 94 more words

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Congratulations to Calum McMulkin for his paper “Calcium oxalate crystal growth modification; investigations with confocal Raman microscopy” being accepted in Journal of Crystal Growth.

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