For the rest of the summer (until ESA!), we’re going to highlight some of the older topics and posts from the EEB & Flow. The blog has been around since December 2008, and so it has covered a lot of ground: 345+ posts with topics ranging from ecological history, to research advances, to work life balance, to the silly.
Take, for example, these posts from 2009 about conservation and climate change:
Salamanders and climate change – impending extinctions?
Fisheries and food webs: a whole system approach to cod recovery
The sushi of tomorrow… Jellyfish rolls?
Conserve now or wait for data?
The topics wouldn’t be out of place today. Risk assessments for specific species, fisheries and other applied questions, and consideration of the agony of conservation choices.
(Not sure what this signifies - Maybe that 5 years isn't long in the grand scheme of research?)