This is a guest post by one of our most fabulous DSN Scientist in Residence and shanty singing partners, Jarrett Byrnes. Jarrett is a professor…View More Floating Forests
This is a guest post that originally appeared as a Facebook conversation between the illustrious Drs. Jarrett Byrnes and Scott Richmond. Scott, Jarrett and I…View More A scientist and a humanist walk into a bar; or On Myers-Briggs, Climate Science, and Knowledge
Have a great blog post or discussion that you want to share with fellow ecologists? Jarrett Byrnes of I’m a Chordata wants to feature YOU…View More Submit to Ecology on the Web!
In my last post, I showed that ocean food webs are being re-written by human driven extinctions and invasions. In particular, most species that have…View More DSN Scientist In Residence Jarrett Byrnes On Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function
February’s Scientist In Residence that I am way behind on introducing is Jarrett Byrnes, a postdoctoral fellow at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and…View More Scientist In Residence Jarrett Brynes: How Are Extinctions and Invasions Shaping Food Webs?
This is a special report Jarrett Byrnes, a marine ecologist at University California, Santa Barbara and blogger at I’m a Chordata, Urochordata. ————————————– Something new…View More Curiouser and Curiouser