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This is the 5th post in a series of stories from our fieldtrip to South America. Check out the arrival in Concepcion, the first and second fieldwork day and this post on pine invasions <– Sometimes, one travels far to arrive seemingly close to home. That … Continue reading

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Beware of the pines

In the mountains we usually study, plant invasion is often only in its earliest phase, with no more than a few individuals established at high elevations. In these circumstances, the measurable impacts of plant invasion are currently virtually zero. To see … Continue reading

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Paper output

Our new paper on moving plants featured on the EOS-blog, the blog of the Belgian popular science journal! Nice read for the Dutch-speaking readers of this blog. For all others: this was the English version.

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A helping hand

This is a good moment for a little applause for the staff of my local garden shop. Time after time, they have been giving helpful advice with a smile on their face. And I assure you my questions are not the lightest, … Continue reading

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Buzzy burr

I can again proudly announce that I wrote a new post about Chile on Scilogs.be, the Belgian science-blog. Find it here (but pay attention, it is in Dutch!) Don’t worry, more English posts will follow soon! In the meantime, enjoy this little flag … Continue reading

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As beautiful as ever

I wanted to make an overview of all the adventures we had in Chile, before moving on to the next exciting stages in my PhD. So click here to see the image gallery, or visit it on the right side of my website … Continue reading

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The Antarctic feel

Punta Arenas is the closest a big city gets to Antartica. The implications of that fact are nowhere felt better as on the top of the Cerro Mirador, the mountain overlooking the city. I have to admit the weather conditions in … Continue reading

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