Tag Archives: Climate

The biodiversity crisis and its tight link with climate change

Written by Jonas Lembrechts and Sara Vicca and originally posted on the website of Scientists4Climate. Our biodiversity is in decline, and its decline is faster than at any time in human history. This uncomfortable truth comes in parallel with the … Continue reading

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Looking for remote research sites!

Hey you, do you have a research site in any of the blank spots on this map? Then don’t hesitate and get in touch with us: we offer free microclimate loggers to help us fill those gaps! SoilTemp is looking … Continue reading

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Climate impacts on your doorstep

Extreme weather events are all over the news in recent years, with intense floodings in Asia, fires raging through Australia, and record heatwaves melting the asphalt in Western-Europe. We are all starting to feel the impact of the changing climate … Continue reading

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Microclimatic conditions anywhere at any time!

Earlier this month, the journal Global Change Biology asked me to write a little commentary about a recent paper . Well, that’s an offer one cannot refuse! First of all: that’s a tremendous honour; thanks GCB to think of me … Continue reading

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SoilTemp – interactive

Proudly presenting: an interactive (!) map of our SoilTemp-project. Click on the image to start exploring the what, how and why of our database initiative, and get warmed up for the real work to come!  

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Weather station data insufficient for predicting the faith of biodiversity under climate change

We have been doing it all wrong with how we study what the effect of climate change on our biodiversity will be, say Jonas Lembrechts from the University of Antwerp and an international team of ecologists. Their warning is published … Continue reading

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The climate the organisms feel

Short: our recent review in Ecography got awarded as runner-up of the E4-award, the Ecography award for Excellence in Ecology and Evolution. To celebrate that success, I am re-posting the original blogpost that explains the story. More of an auditory learner? … Continue reading

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