Collaborator Dr. Chris Thawley and his colleague recently published an interesting paper illuminating the consequences of nighttime artificial light use by diurnal anoles (catch the pun?). Check out the new paper HERE! Our previous publication offers natural history observations for anoles using… Continue Reading
Pivoting in a different direction with the holidays approaching, I wanted to share a fun project spearheaded by Michelle Jewell, the Chief Science Communicator for NC State’s Department of Applied Ecology. Check out the carol she put together with the… Continue Reading
Dr. Kathryn Levasseur and her colleagues recently published a must-read paper exploring natal homing in Caribbean hawksbills. Check it out HERE. Primarily through the lens of population genetics, their findings show high natal homing precision to our tiny study site on… Continue Reading
A new article in National Geographic sheds a hopeful light on the contemporary status of sea turtles and their conservation. It is a fascinating read, with stunning photography. Check it out here.
A new paper in the journal Science does a great job explaining the Sargassum phenomenon in the Atlantic and Caribbean. Wang et al. discuss what is happening and, importantly, get into WHY. The image above is from Figure 1 in their article,… Continue Reading