Tag Archives: Chile
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
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
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.
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
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