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APRIL WORKSHOP: Phylogenetically correct stats for evolutionary ecologists (RSVP needed)

From CPB Postdoc Luke Mahler: Dear Davis Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists, This Spring Quarter, I’ll be delivering my CPB Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop, which will be entitled: “Phylogenetically correct analysis of species data in ecology and evolution”. This workshop will consist … Continue reading

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NCEAS 3-week intensive workshop in ecological analysis and synthesis

Forwarding this email Hello NCEAS friends, The National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) is pleased to invite applications from early-career researchers for a 3-week intensive workshop in ecological analysis and synthesis, to take place at NCEAS in Santa … Continue reading

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From iSEEM project: Phylogenetic Diversity Theory Sheds Light on the Structure of Microbial Communities

Quick post.  Another paper is out based on the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation funded iSEEM project I co-ran with Jessica Green and Katie Pollard. PLOS Computational Biology: Phylogenetic Diversity Theory Sheds Light on the Structure of Microbial Communities. O’Dwyer JP, … Continue reading

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Meta-Omics and Phylogenetics Journal Clubs

If you’re looking to catch up on your reading, come to journal club! The Meta-omics journal club is run weekly on Tuesdays, from 11-12 in 5202 GBSF (organized by the Facciotti Lab, papers are sent around via an e-mail list). … Continue reading

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Tom Bruns talk on fungal dispersal at #UCDavis 11/10/11 #ecology #fungi

http://storify.com/phylogenomics/tom-bruns-talk-on-fungal-dispersal-at-uc-davis-11-10-11.js<a href=”http://storify.com/phylogenomics/tom-bruns-talk-on-fungal-dispersal-at-uc-davis-11-10-11″ target=”_blank”>View the story “Tom Bruns talk on fungal dispersal at UC Davis 11/10/11” on Storify</a>] ——– This is from the “Tree of Life Blog” of Jonathan Eisen, an evolutionary biologist and Open Access advocate at the University of … Continue reading

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