Dung beetle-mammal dung interaction networks are resilient across a gradient of forest disturbance

This blog post is provided by Li Yuen Chiew and Eleanor M. Slade and tells the #StoryBehindThePaper for the paper “Tropical forest dung beetle-mammal dung interaction networks remain similar across an environmental disturbance gradient”, which was recently published in the Journal of Animal Ecology. Li Yuen Chiew: I am a conservation ecologist, whose research focuses on biodiversity conservation and ecosystem ecology, with a particular interest … Continue reading Dung beetle-mammal dung interaction networks are resilient across a gradient of forest disturbance

International Women’s Day 2021

This International Women’s Day we look back over the blogs from the last year, and highlight four of our favourites written by women. Celebrate women in science, and the awesome work they’ve done by checking out our favourites below, as well as a brief profile of each of the authors and links to find more of their work. Tamara Layden Tamara’s blog post Hidden, but … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2021