Bio Biodiversity, evolutionary biology, ecology, wildlife conservation, sustainable development, world birding and other frippery. Location Imperial College London Tweets 3,3K Followers 1,6K Following 1,2K Account created 14-05-2011 20:00:45 ID 298709411
iPhone : Maybe the best #cameratrap sequence out there? This weasel was scavenging for days and was not ready to share...not sure it thought this all the way through #cameratrapping #Yukon #mustelid #magpie
Twitter Web Client : So we now know the final 16 Asian birds which will go into the fourth round of #TWC_BIRDS_Asia - but only eight can go through to the #TWC_BIRDS finals. The first poll will start tomorrow so please come back and vote!
Twitter Web Client : Brian Cox Today's headlines: looks like Brexit is causing the loss of 1000s of aerospace and manufacturing jobs in UK, but don't worry because picking fruit is more fun than you think
Twitter Web Client : My paper predicting future impacts of climate and land-use change on biodiversity has just come out in Royal Society Publishing Proceedings B (rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/285/18…). A nice description is given in an article on Carbon Brief: j.mp/2tjMDQ0.
Twitter Web Client : It really kills me that enthusiastic, bright students tweet photos like this one, today, about their first experience of a coral reef, apparently unaware of what has been lost.....#Maldives
Twitter Web Client : Using avian sister species to understand global patterns of biodiversity - heres an easygoing summary of 2 papers published in NatureEcoEvo yesterday (perfect excuse to tweet pic of Azure Tit) imperial.ac.uk/news/186799/si… #ornithology #macroecology
Twitter Web Client : And a fantastic blog post by Alex Pigot on some of the context and history behind his/our NatureEcoEvo paper (nature.com/articles/s4155…) comparing ecological & biogeographic processes: natureecoevocommunity.nature.com/channels/521-b…
Twitter Web Client : Excellent blog post by Jay McEntee explaining our NatureEcoEvo paper out today (nature.com/articles/s4155…) in terms of the ~178 MILLION eBird observations that went into Jay's models -- community science is incredibly valuable! natureecoevocommunity.nature.com/channels/521-b…
Twitter Web Client : Global citizen-science observation records from eBird support pulse-like evolution of bird trait divergence, mostly preceding species coexistence. New study out in NatureEcoEvo with Jay McEntee, Dr Catherine Sheard et al. nature.com/articles/s4155… #ornithology #macroevolution