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Malalcahuello

This is the third post in a series of stories from our fieldtrip to South America. Check out the arrival in Concepcion and the first fieldwork day <– Fieldwork day 2 of our South American journey brought us to national … Continue reading

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Laguna del Laja

This is the second post in a series of stories from our ongoing fieldtrip to South America. Check out the first one <– Our first day of fieldwork in the Chilean Andes brought us to Laguna del Laja, a national … Continue reading

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Concepcíon

Brussels-Madrid, a midnight cross-over of the Atlantic Ocean and the whole of South America, and a one hour flight south from Santiago, and there we were: Concepcíon, close to the Pacific Ocean, in Central Chile. There, on the shores of … Continue reading

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Paris

Passing through Paris today on my way to Amiens for a meet-up with colleagues. Looking forward to great science! Paris, so close to home, yet it feels so different from Belgium!

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The state of biogeography

The yearly meetings of the International Biogeographical Society (IBS) provide the perfect opportunity to learn the latest about what is happening in this fascinating field (which focusses on the distribution of species on our planet, in past, present and future). … Continue reading

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Malaga

Next week will bring me to Malaga, Spain, to a conference of the International Biogeography Society (IBS), a network of ecologists interested in the distribution of species. I will go there as a representative of my two favourite global networks: … Continue reading

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