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Back on the blog

It’s been an incredibly hectic summer for me, which has left me with little time for blogging.  I’ve been busy with field work, lab work, reports, festivals with the BES roadies, workshop planning with the BES Plants Soils Ecosystems group, … Continue reading

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The impact of our N-prints

I’m currently working on the final bits of analysis for the nitrogen addition experiment at DIRECT.  This is looking at the combined effects of climate change and nitrogen pollution in our grassland system.  Despite the fact that nitrogen gas (N2) … Continue reading

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Bank biodiversity on the bank holiday

“It is interesting to contemplate a tangled bank, clothed with plants of many kinds” – Charles Darwin My last few posts, including the one on biodiversity, have been bereft of images, so I thought it was time to brighten things … Continue reading

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International Biodiversity Day

Today is the UN International Day for Biological Diversity.  The goal of the day is to increase awareness and understanding of biodiversity issues.  I haven’t had much of a chance to write today, but I felt it was important to … Continue reading

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Spring it here! or is it…?

It’s been a really rough winter for me, which is why the blog has been neglected.  While I’m referring more to work than weather, it looks like the latter is going to give us quite a ride over the next … Continue reading

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Stress-free work

Happy New Year!  Last term was really stressful for me, so I’ve enjoyed having some time off to relax and recuperate, even though it looks like things will be pretty hectic again from next week.  Luckily, something I read today … Continue reading

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