On the 10th July 2013 at the University of Sheffield, the Macroecology Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society opened their Annual Meeting, which was followed by a workshop on Spatial Analysis in R.
A storify to summarise the 2013 Annual Meeting of the British Ecological Society's Macroecology Special Interest Group. Just a snippet though, so see the #BESMacro tweets for more.
Scientific American (blog) The Emerging Field of Human Macroecology Scientific American (blog) For example, a population that develops an adaptation or technology to efficiently utilize a resource may end up exhausting the resource to the point...
Really interesting post on human macroecology, which is “the statistical study of exchanges of energy, materials and information between humans and the environment” (Joseph Burger). This emerging field could have a lot to offer in sustainability research.
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