Competition for limited food resources can be particularly fierce where similarly-related species overlap. Harriet L. Clewlow is a PhD student based at the British Antarctic Survey and linked with University of […]
The study of phenology – cyclical patterns of biological events – has long been used to investigate relationships between climate and natural phenomena. In this way, events such as bird […]
New research published in Journal of Animal Ecology shows that wasp populations are increased by warmer and drier springs.
This post is a press release from the authors of Journal of Animal Ecology paper “Earlier nesting by generalist predatory bird is associated with human responses to climate change by Shawn […]
This post is a press release from the authors of Journal of Animal Ecology paper “Sexual selection can both increase and decrease extinction probability: reconciling demographic and evolutionary factors” by Carlos […]
Increasingly frequent extreme weather events threaten UK butterfly populations
In wintertime, it’s often getting dark in Princeton by the time I head home from the office to scrounge up some dinner. Along the half-mile path, I regularly walk or […]