the unBalanced ecoLOGist: Still Blogging for Others

I guess it’s a good sign that I’m writing for other blogs and outlets for nontechnical writing. Here are some new pieces:

Today on the Methods.blog, the Official Blog of Methods in Ecology and Evolution, I talk about my new role as one of the team of Senior Editors for the journal.

Last week, two of my essays were published back-to-back in the April 2018 issue of the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America (and yes, that is a photograph of mine from my December trip to Antarctica on the cover):

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  1. A sense of scale (solo effort)
  2. Art/science collaborations: new explorations of ecological systems, values, and their feedbacks (a team effort with Carri LeRoy, Kim Landsbergen, Emily Bosanquet, David Buckley Borden, Paul CaraDonna, Katherine Cheney, Robert Crystal-Ornelas, Ardis DeFreece, Lissy Goralnik, Ellie Irons, Bethann Garramon Merkle, Kari O’Connell, Clint Penick, Lindsey Rustad, Mark Schulze, Nickolas Waser, and Linda Wysong)

I’ve also published three book reviews in the last 16 months, and have four more in the works, including one for Quarterly Review of Biology, two for Biotropica, and one for Myrmecological News.

More soon, so stay tuned!

One thought on “the unBalanced ecoLOGist: Still Blogging for Others

  1. What a wonderful list of achievements in such a short time; Congratulations and I am so excited to see this cover photo of the journal that it belongs to Aaron’s collection. I am honored that I have remained a student of yours, and will always cherish those memories.

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