Gray whales are starving to death | A new study published in Marine Ecology suggests warming arctic oceans are threatening the food supply of gray whales in the north pacific ocean eurekalert.org/pub_releas…
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Major research shows that the earth ecology may collapse one by one in the next 10 years! oceanfacts.net/global-war…
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The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother, the ecology, or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny. β€” Albert Ellis positiveaffirmationscente…
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Im just trying spread the lore and ecology...
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Pair with green or blue wellies for peak marine ecology.
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Study Invasive Species Ecology with Me reddit.com/rpan/r/distant…
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I’ve been battling over changing my major from mech engineering to a custom with foundations in engineering and ecology, education, and leadership. I saw all the kinds of cool jobs these women have and it’s given me hope that I shouldn’t settle for a career that doesn’t make me happy. TY santa!
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What laptop do you all use for Ecology work?

Im a sophomore in college right now and my old laptop is not really useable as a laptop. One of the speakers is busted, a key and its membrane is broken so I have to use an external one, and the battery only lasts around 20 minutes unplugged. Needless to say I’m looking to upgrade. I really want an macbook because of how long they last as well as I just like them in general. Only thing I’m worried about is if in the future I want to learn GIS is there a way for me to do it on mac? What do you all use?

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I graduate in a year with a bachelors in biology. A minor in chemistry with statistics background. Certificate in Environmental GIS. I’ve heard that it’s hard to find jobs in ecology/wildlife, and curious if this is a marketable education?
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TBT to my favorite place to nap on campus @home ecology building
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Dev's pay attention to your creatures ecology

This isn't a gripe on you dev's but most DnD devs. I was in the whispering depths when suddenly I end up dealing with Ettercaps, and not spiders. That's good Ettercaps, are the shepherds of spiders. However there wasn't a trap in site. Not one. These guys are hunters and traps is a thing for them. The thing I am getting at "Monsters" have a lot more going for them than just stat's and attacks. Listen to some of Aj Pickett's podcast, he's really good at getting to the meat of these creatures. It was easy for me to pick out Ettercaps because I use them a lot in my worlds. So much that they work with a specific Silk Merchant that ends up causing all sorts of problems due to their spider lycanthropy.

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I have been making great, healthy food from the free cart at the Ecology center in San Juan capistrano. corgi not included reddit.com/gallery/l2eu11
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420chan /pss/ social ecology guide imgur.com/a/BrVsjL2
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Seriously, read The Ecology of Freedom
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Typhon ecology as shown in "The Art of Prey" artbook.
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I'm starting a book club for those looking to learn more about ecology, permaculture/regenerative ag/holistic management, urbanism and city planning/community development, history, and political economy/theory. reddit.com/r/BetterWorldB…
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Wolf reintroduction was central to bringing the ecology of Yellowstone back, and the Wolf Mountain Sanctuary is fighting to protect them youtu.be/zTRkZ0t9U_8
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Anyone know of a generally nerdy kid interested in Biology or ecology?

I upgraded my microscope, and now have an extra thats mostly just taking up space. I would like to give it to a kid who'd actually use it. I can provide a few extra slides as well. It does require a computer with USB support and some software (that you can get from the site).

So its free if you can prove their nerdiness.

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Herb patch died with Pharm Ecology Relic active.

I've had the Pharm Ecology Relic (prevents herbs and mushrooms patches from becoming diseased) active for about a month now, so I was pretty surprised to see one of my herb patches dead today. To my knowledge, plants only die if they are not watered, or they are diseased for too many growth cycles. It's possible that I didn't compost my patch, but that shouldn't matter with the relic active. I own the Master Farmer outfit and use it with a bank preset for herb runs, so i'm not sure how only this patch didn't get watered if that's the case. Has anyone else encountered this? Is this a bug, or have I made a mistake?

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An interesting study show a significantly different ecology between european bears. Southern bears, when animal proteins are needed, are known to eat large amounts of ants, while north bears prefer to go after vertebrates. This results should be considered in habitat-suitability models.
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My awesome thresher shark patch for my patch jacket! To celebrate going back to school for marine ecology this summer 🀘
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Helpful resource - Series of posts on creating a calendar around local ecology

Hi all, I thought this series of blog posts on creating one's own witchy calendar based on local ecology would be particularly interesting to SASS witches. It includes ideas for incorporating weather patterns, geographical features, and local plants and animals into one's regular practice. While the fourth post in the series talks about incorporating religious figures and associations, the rest of the posts are secular and quite science-based. I think it's especially useful if the Wiccan Wheel of the Year doesn't mesh well with your local environment.

https://thetwistedrope.wordpress.com/2020/04/26/ecology-calendar-1/

Hope you find it useful!

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MLA programs with strong ecology emphasis?

Hi everyone,

Thought I should repost since my computer was being weird when I tried to post initially. Anyway, I was curious to know if any of you have had a good experience with an ecology-oriented MLA program. I've looked into Berkeley's MLA-EP, which looks promising, but I was wondering if you all know of other reputable MLA programs that have extensive opportunities to learn about ecological communities and processes.

Also, I wanted to get some general advice about whether getting an MLA is wise for the future, considering that the BLS says the number of jobs is going to shrink. Thanks!

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Spinosaurus alert! A big new paper on its ecology is just out. archosaurmusings.wordpres…
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AskScience AMA Series: Hello, I'm Dr Pen-Yuan Hsing from the University of Bath in the United Kingdom & have worked in ecology/conservation, founded a citizen science wildlife-monitoring project and am also an active open science/open source advocate. Ask me anything!

Hi Reddit, I'm Dr Pen-Yuan Hsing from the University of Bath in the United Kingdom.

For most of the past 10+ years I did ecological field research from the savannahs of South Africa, hydrothermal vents near Papua New Guinea, to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico in a submarine (to study impacts from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill). I've also organised many science outreach events like Ustinov Science Day or a Durham Wildlife Trust Field Trip over the years.

About 5 years ago, I co-founded the MammalWeb project where citizen scientists work together to capture wildlife images with motion-sensing cameras to improve our understanding of wildlife diversity and distribution. Check out these example photos & videos. MammalWeb's civic engagement has even been featured in The Guardian!

As is the case for many scientists, I had to learn programming for data science and got to work with talented developers/civic hackers from the hacker/maker community. I'm now also a strong advocate for open science, open source, and free culture (emphasis on freedom, not "free of charge") and want to work with others to expand the circle of liberty for knowledge and innovation. Please Ask Me Anything!

I will be here to answer questions at 7pm GMT (2 PM ET), ask me anything!

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Username: u/UniversityofBath

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I'm starting a book club for those looking to learn more about ecology, permaculture/regenerative ag/holistic management, urbanism and city planning/community development, history, and political economy/theory. reddit.com/r/BetterWorldB…
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We need to do more to protect our states ecology from capital interests. v.redd.it/zz9qdfz0mef61
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"Disinformation is pollution to the information ecology" - Daniel Schmachtenberger
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New PhD student looking to switch careers from Ecology. Career advice appreciated!

Hello friends!

I’m sure you get career advice questions all the time, but I thought it was worth a shot anyway.

I have a BS in Ecology from a top school in California, and I have a bunch of research experience in field ecology and wet lab/bench molecular biology. I recently started a PhD in the Midwest, and I haven’t decided on my thesis project yet. I’ve slowly realized I’m not really cut out for academia, and there are next to no industry jobs in Ecology (especially for a non-US citizen who isn’t eligible for a lot of govt. agencies), so I’m beginning to pivot more towards genomics/bioinformatics/biotech to try to get into those industries.

I have a little bit of Python, R and bash scripting under my belt, but not enough to know I'm doing without a clear set of instructions. I’m pretty good at picking up coding, but I’ve never tried to teach myself (which is what I’ll have to do). I’m pretty confident with my molecular biology skills though.

The anti-industry stigma in academia makes it hard to ask my PI these questions, so I thought I'd ask you lovely folks.

  1. What kinds of projects do people do during their PhDs before going into industry jobs? My lab has a bunch of genomic and transcriptomic data, and my PI runs the genomics core at my school so those fields will probably be the most relevant to me. I’m wondering what kind of project I should do for my thesis that will both produce good science and make me marketable in the industry.
  2. Related: what specific skills should I be targeting in order to have the best chance of getting a decent industry job? I’m pretty green, so I don’t even quite know what the options are. There’s a workshop coming up this summer where I can take 3 modules, but I don’t know which ones to choose. Gene expression profiling? GWAS association mapping? Network analysis for omics? Forensic genetics? I don’t really have a sense of which fields are hot.
  3. What are the different job avenues are open to someone like me with more of a science/wet lab background? I don’t see myself ever being a good enough programmer to succeed in a purely software developer/engineer role, or being business-savvy enough to switch to that side of things. Are there roles in industry where I can leverage wet lab experience/more traditional science-y stuff and bioinformatics together?
  4. Bonus question: I’m considering mastering out early because I’m considering moving away from the US due to family and financial reasons. What kinds of jobs are op
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Any ecology based yt channels?
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Why do we treat the issue of COVID-19 like we treat Ecology?

With ecology, there is a sense of agency displaced onto each citizen. Rather than governments coming together and making effective change, a larger emphasis is placed on the individual. The individual should reduce, reuse, recycle; the individual should support businesses that are environmentally friendly to push the eco-agenda; the individual should reduce travel and use public transportation etc.

The ideology behind this initiative is that small changes on an individual level aggregate to a powerful movement, which will hopefully curb the issue of climate change. I think this a good secondary solution in that it pairs well with a primary solution. It needs a bigger solution to actually solve the problem, but individual-level dogma definitely helps grow awareness about the issue. However, on its own, the solution results in anxiety and frustration because he knows that the can't solve the problem alone, and he sees that larger institutions who have the power to make a bigger impact just sit idle. He feels betrayed, because the bigger institutions are telling him to make change, and he has done his part, but they are not pulling their weight in this group project. This discrepancy is the cause of eco-anxiety.

Similarly, some countries displace the issue of COVID-19 onto individuals. While they instruct citizens to wear a mask, socially distance, and follow night curfews, there is little infrastructure for covid-testing and weak worldwide cooperation and collaboration. Each country creates and follows its own protocol. Moreover, I don't see much of a change in priorities in terms of politics and COVID-19. Politics is still at the forefront, and other issues seem to be bypassing the pandemic. And this might not seem as huge a factor. But, the world has come to a standstill only to those who can't pretend to go on living in a pre-covid world. For the politicians, for the bourgeois, and for the famous who can afford a decent lifestyle, they have all gone back to their old lives in the 9th month of the pandemic. And guess what, these are the same people who neglect their environmental responsibility.

I just feel that there is a discrepancy in the way that we deal with global issues when the answers lay in front of us. I don't really have a solution to the ideology that is being propagated; this is merely an observation. Let me know what y'all think.

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Me in freshwater ecology in 2014. Waders are wonderful gender-neutral-wear
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I am Highschool student looking for some advice on post-secondary options... I know one thing for sure I want to study zoology/ecology

Hi!
I am a high school student currently researching post secondary pathways.
I know I want to study either zoology or ecology, but I am really not too sure.
When choosing a university program I plan on going into I am not sure if I choose one focused in zoology or ecology, but I definitely want to choose the one that is more broad, because I am not sure if I want to become an ecologist or zoology. Is there a career that incorporates both?
I know I want to study something with the environment, animals, conservation, animal behaviour, ecology.
What are your thoughts? What should I do?
Thank you so much :)

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Anyone in Human Ecology able to petition over 18 credits?

Title. Really need it but I keep getting the runaround.

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Thoughts of deep ecology?

Bookchin was very outspoken against deep ecology. This movement was often connected with β€œeco-fascist” views β€” such as claiming that famines in Ethiopia were β€œnature running its course”. I recently asked Green Party Howie Hawkins about deep ecology and he said that β€œdeep ecology was more of a metaphor, deep ecologists and social ecologists both want the same thing: a world in which people and the natural world live together, stably instead of the unstable manner of capitalism.” Are deep ecology and social ecology mutually exclusive or do they have more in common that Bookchin would have admitted?

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Thylacine, as I said in an another post, was thought to be a 30 kg predator with strong jaws, but recent studies have shown that it had actually a weak bite force and it was much smaller, the size of a jackal-coyote. This prove that dingos have a completely different ecology compared to thylacine
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Moving to Malta: ecology and safety

Hello fellow redditors,

I know, i'll be another one asking about this topic, sorry. I've read numerous posts about relocation to Malta and got lots of answers, but still there's a few topics i didn't find answer here.

I consider moving to this country due to job offer in Sliema. I'm in my mid 30s, we're a family of three - me, my wife and 1 y.o daughter.

Ecology

Some sources say it has one of the worst level of pollution in the EU. Is it really that bad? is it gas emissions, recycling or air pollution (sand from Sahara or small particles - dust?). Are there many green areas, parks? Whats it really like?

Safety

I also read few articles about 'ghettos' being formed in specific areas of Malta. How is the situation with crimes? Does illegal immigrants issue exist?

Those are very important two questions for me as I'm concerned about my little daughter and wife's health and it will directly impact my decision.

General

I'd be happy to hear your advice on what's the best place to live for a family. Looking for a quiet place, child friendly with places to walk with a stroller and other amenities.

Thanks in advance!

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Capitalism is Killing the Earth -- An Anarchist's Guide to Ecology youtube.com/watch?v=b4XaI…
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Let's pretend that a biologist were to come to your world to study the local ecology, what would be some interesting findings?

As the name says if a biologist were to come to your world, what would some of the interesting findings they would have? Like let's say what would happen if they were to try to study both the local ecology and the anatomy of some of the local animals? What would be some of the more unusual findings they can expect to find around here?

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Map showing the ecological footprint of countries from my class in ecology
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pdfs on deep ecology.

I was wondering if anyone got pdfs on deep ecology? I was just curious about deep ecology and wish to learn more about other radical environmentalist ideas.

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Developing a new podcast on seminal reads in ecology

Hi all! I am developing a podcast covering some seminal reads called Seminal Reading. I am using an article by Courchamp and Bradshaw called "100 articles every ecologist should read" as a jumping off point. Each episode will be ~30 mins and I am looking for guests (researchers, grad students, academics...) to discuss each of the reads with me - what it is about, its impact, critiques, controversy, relevance to your work, etc. If this is something you are interested in, please complete this form.

If you have any questions or want more info I will keep an eye on comments.

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Art from my ecology-themed oracle deck! [WIP] [Info in comments]
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24yo ecology student. First time being roasted, show me what you got.
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I am Highschool student looking for some advice on post-secondary options... I know one thing for sure I want to study zoology/ecology

Hi!
I am a high school student currently researching post secondary pathways.
I know I want to study either zoology or ecology, but I am really not too sure.
When choosing a university program I plan on going into I am not sure if I choose one focused in zoology or ecology, but I definitely want to choose the one that is more broad, because I am not sure if I want to become an ecologist or zoology. Is there a career that incorporates both?
I know I want to study something with the environment, animals, conservation, animal behaviour, ecology.
What are your thoughts? What should I do?
Thank you so much :)

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