Tag Archives: Insects
Climate change is no joke, and the Arctic is feeling it. We know this, and have to act accordingly. What we also know, is that Arctic biodiversity is going to take a big part of the blow. What we know … Continue reading
Yes, that title looks very Danish! I just returned from a short trip to the beautiful-yet-rainy east coast of Danmark, at the Aarhus University in Rønde. Besides for some outstanding Danish cuisine (did you try their amazing rye bread lunches?), … Continue reading
Ecology is all about interacting. Interactions with the environment, interactions with the organisms living in this environment. A unimaginable multi-dimensional hyperspace-like spiderweb of interactions. A life-long source of scientific amazement. I love it.
After all these mountains from my previous posts, it is again time for some good ol’ nature from back home! This is a series celebrating the little pieces of nature in between the agriculture, with pictures from the polder landscape close … Continue reading
While I visited the little Swedish village of Flen for our international meeting, spring slowly turned into summer. The early plant species of the season were still in full glory everywhere, but the next generation was already taking their positions. This marks the most diverse … Continue reading