Tag Archives: Spring

Hallerbos

Busy day at work today. I finished the finetuning of the first ‘big’ manuscript of my PhD-project, the first main goal we are working to. After some very productive moments of writing today, I sent it to my colleagues for … Continue reading

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Spring rehearsal

  This weekend brought me the first real rehearsal for the course I will assist in at the end of this month. As we did last year, we will take the students of biology of our university to the beautiful Hallerbos, … Continue reading

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Just cause I like him

Just look at him, with its curly branches and fluffy catkins! I love the corkscrew hazel, one of the most beautiful views in early spring. There is not much I have to tell about him, though, just that he cheers … Continue reading

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Forest variation

Small-scale variation. It is a super important part of my research. I mostly look at it from a human perspective: how humans can disturb an ecosystem and change the whole hidden set of abiotic and biotic factors that drive these systems with … Continue reading

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Spring…

… is now really on its way here in Belgium! First flowers are coming through (with the catkins as usual in the lead), bringing the much desired colour back to the world. And finally, I can bike home from work … Continue reading

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Endless days

We are back in Abisko again, the beautiful tiny little village in Northern Sweden, above the polar circle, where we will follow-up on our exciting experiments. Right before our arrival we arrived, skies started to clear after a period of rain, making … Continue reading

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