I am happy to announce that Adaptive Food Webs: Stability and Transitions of Real and Model Ecosystems is now available.
Back in 2013 I participated in a conference in Germany where several scientists working on food web research met, discussed, and in the end produced this great book. This conference happens approximately every 10 years and was first held in 1982.
I was lucky enough to participate in two chapters in the book:
Including the life cycle in food webs
Authors: Karin A. Nilsson, Amanda Caskenette, Christian Guill, Martin Hartvig and Floor H. Soudijn
Structural instability of food webs and food-web models and its implications for management
Authors: Axel G. Rossberg, Amanda Caskenette, and Louis-Felix Bersier
Check out my new plain language review of whether or not angling can be a part of the conservation of threatened species.
I have started contributing “plain language” reviews of peer-reviewed scientific articles that may be of interest to fly-anglers to a local fly-fishing website.
Check out my first article posted today, I hope this will be a regular occurrence.
Okay, this is a little late, but I have started working back in Canada as an Aquatic Science Biologist for Fisheries and Oceans Canada. I am settled into my role now, I started in February, and am well on my way to completing my first recovery potential modelling report for a species at risk.
I was lucky enough to spend a day in May on a trawl on Long Island Sound. Several species were trapped. My main interest was in meeting some Tautog. DEEP performs trawls on the sound each year gathering samples and data for use in various studies. Continue Reading