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Microbes, Macrobes, Macroecology

Biodiversity scientist, microbial macroecologist, and postdoctoral fellow in Jay Lennon's microbial ecology lab at Indiana University. My science intersects three areas of ecology: 1. Unified theories and universal patterns--People are fascinated by patterns that occur everywhere in nature. Common patterns reveal common threads that form the fabric of a cog-and-wheel world. In ecology, ubiquitous patterns of abundance, distribution, and diversity motivate…

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Biodiversity scientist, microbial macroecologist, and postdoctoral fellow in Jay Lennon's microbial ecology lab at Indiana University. My science intersects three areas of ecology: 1. Unified theories and universal patterns--People are fascinated by patterns that occur everywhere in nature. Common patterns reveal common threads that form the fabric of a cog-and-wheel world. In ecology, ubiquitous patterns of abundance, distribution, and diversity motivate…
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8211;Its a basic tenet of ecological thinking to ask what variables matter most for understanding and predicting the dynamics of populations, communities, and ecosystems. Variables like body size, temperature, precipitation, and the availability of resources are among the most important variables for understanding ecological relationships. However, many potential master variables have gone unnoticed in the study of biodiversity, especially those related to time. Credits to the NASA Earth Observatory.
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Microbes, Macrobes, Macroecology

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Biodiversity scientist, microbial macroecologist, and postdoctoral fellow in Jay Lennon's microbial ecology lab at Indiana University. My science intersects three areas of ecology: 1. Unified theories and universal patterns--People are fascinated by patterns that occur everywhere in nature. Common patterns reveal common threads that form the fabric of a cog-and-wheel world. In ecology, ubiquitous patterns of abundance, distribution, and diversity motivate…

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