Posted on July 12, 2012, in Fieldwork, Links, Original Posts, Research and tagged Climate change, Ecology, Ecosystems, Nature, Paleoecology, Peatlands, Science, Testate amoebae, Wetlands. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
- Invasion confirmed. Water lettuce and water hyacinth overwintering in Pennsylvania.
- What’s in a name? Something (completely different) to be said about taxonomic nomenclature
- Another spectacular Laguna Negra
- Coring Lake Aquitania
- Lake Tota and more paramo
- By bus, plane, and car. On to Sogamoso
- This land is not an inheritance from our parents; we are borrowing it from our children.
- The paramo
- Onward to Manizales
- Adventure and Collaboration in Colombia
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