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- Birds in space… (multidimensiaonal trait-space that is)
- Presentation: Land-use, Climate Change and Avian Ecosystem Services in the Montane Neotropics: Managing for Resilience.
- ATBC 2014 Trip 1: “Gondwanan relicts and upland bird endemics of the Australian Wet Tropics”
- Null Models In Ecology: book download
- Presentation: “Rapid Population Shifts in Australia’s Tropical Montane Avifauna: Monitoring Responses to Climate Change”.
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Presentation: Land-use, Climate Change and Avian Ecosystem Services in the Montane Neotropics: Managing for Resilience.
A 3d plot generated in R, showing a simulated landscape, onto which I mapped the estimated functional richness of Villeger et al (2008), calculated for our community of Andean cloud forest birds. The second presentation I gave at ATBC in … Continue reading
https://www.flickr.com/photos/complicando/sets/72157644055360763/ Its is a short drive from Cali over the misty peaks of Los Farallones, past El Dieceocho, to the pacific slope of Colombia’s Western Cordillera. But in this distance, many things change, both in terms of the visible environment, … Continue reading
Sedge Wren (Cistothorus platensis) I have to admit that after a month falling in love with Villa de Leyva, Popayán, another of Colombia’s famously colonial cities was a little under-whelming. Her cobbled streets had been paved over in the 1930s, … Continue reading
Colombia-Cauca-Dapa and El Dieceocho, a set on Flickr. Dapa and El Dieceocho Despite having lived or traveled in some of the biggest cities in the world (Rio De janeiro, Mexico City) and some of the most livable (Brisbane, Oslo?) and … Continue reading
The birding continues in Sauraha… A local group called the Bird Education Society offers free tours on Saturday (a donation helps support their efforts towards raising awareness of local bird conservation issues) Secretary Krisna met me at the civilised hour … Continue reading
In between chasing missing survey data and standardising the spelling of bird names, I also have had ample opportunity to go birding in the grasslands, river flats and remnant forests nearby to the NTNC’s Biodiversity Conservation Centre. The area is … Continue reading
Danphe, Impejan Pheasant or Himalayan Monal), a photo by complicado on Flickr. Part 1: Tamang Heritage Trail The next series of posts concern a trek in the beautiful Tamang Heritage Region and Langtang National Park of Nepal. While the attractions … Continue reading