Category Archives: Scientific communication

Celebrating spring: Silent starts and geological finds Objectives: infusing geological and natural history themes into a narrative of experiences living in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (US), rock collecting along the shores of Lake Superior during the very start of spring. Spring’s onset on Lake Superior shores begins not with photosynthesis or trophic food web…

How should we measure fungal diversity? (a quick review of Frøslev et al. 2019)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.02.038 That methodologies are complementary – and not competitive – in science is important to keep in mind, but often viewed more in terms of one “being the best”. However, the scientific method depends upon the assurance of results across methodologies and…

The Hundred Acre Woods series: post 2

“It seems that a forest may not always be what it may seem”   Let’s build upon the themes of gamebooks, interactive fiction and the beginnings of adventure games (such as what partly brought about my own fondness for Pooh, as explained last time), and allow you, the reader, some choices in how you read this post.