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Major Revisions

J. W. Atkins, J. Walter, G. Wilkinson

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J. W. Atkins, J. Walter, G. Wilkinson

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A podcast (mostly) about ecology

Latest Episodes

MR066: Phosphorous, Publishing, and Existential Dread

Grace, Jon, and Jeff are talking the phosphorous cycle in part one of a multipart radio play about the often forgotten element cycle. The gang also revisit five questions, debate Chacos, and delve into a fascinating hypothetical scenario regarding publishing. What if you could only write a specific number of papers? How would that change the science you do?

52 MINAPR 24
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MR066: Phosphorous, Publishing, and Existential Dread

MR065: Attending Your First Science Conference: An AGU 2019 Special

How does one prepare for their first major science conference? We brought along a ton of friends including Drs. Susan Cheng, Ben Bond-Lamberty, Alexey Shiklomanov, and other conference veterans Lisa Haber, Amy Hudson, and Bill Hammond to offer their tips. Jon and Jeff jump in too,

25 MIN2019 DEC 5
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MR065: Attending Your First Science Conference: An AGU 2019 Special

MR064: The (Hidden) Costs of Publishing

Grace, Jon, and Jeff talk about the hidden costs of publishing, referencing Josh Schimel's famous blog post on the subject. Where does open access and preprints fit into the current state and future of publishing? How would we alter the publishing landscape? How do you decide where to publish? Also, Jeff gets his license plate stolen.

54 MIN2019 OCT 5
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MR064: The (Hidden) Costs of Publishing

MR063: Data is Sharing, Data is Caring, with Mike Pace

Grace and Jon sit down with Mike Pace from the University of Virginia to talk about data sharing and how the ecological data landscape has changed over the last couple of decades.

26 MIN2019 SEP 26
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MR063: Data is Sharing, Data is Caring, with Mike Pace

MR062: Stats and Models

Grace, Jon, and Jeff recount some summer activities and talk about ESA2019, but the main focus of the show is talking about a recent Nature Communications op-ed on statistical vs. mathematical modeling.

53 MIN2019 SEP 24
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MR062: Stats and Models

MR060: Ryan Emanuel

Jeff sits down with professor and ecohydrologist Ryan Emanuel from North Carolina State University to talk about crossovers in ecology and hydrology, introducing students to interdisciplinary work, and his work with American Indian/Indigenous communities. Ryan also gives us a big announcement.

55 MIN2019 SEP 23
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MR060: Ryan Emanuel

MR059: Hobbie, 1992

Grace, Jon, and Jeff are back at it with Classic Ecology V: SE Hobbie's 1992 opus "Effects of plant species on nutrient cycling." The gang also talk about the experiment Jeff is apart of and debate, at length, nitrogen and phosphorous limitation. Hold on to your hat there buckaroo, this one is a doozy.

53 MIN2019 AUG 9
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MR059: Hobbie, 1992

MR058: The Plot Thickens

Jon and Jeff do a deep-dive into the PLOS: Computational Biology paper "Ten Simple Rules for Better Figures." This one is kind of nerdy, but at this point, isn't that what y'all want?

41 MIN2019 JUN 20
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MR058: The Plot Thickens

MR057: Classic Ecology IV: Power, 1990

Grace, Jon, and Jeff do a round of Would You Rather? Academic Style and then follow up with a conversation about the quintessential paper Power 1990 "Effects of Fish in River Food Webs" as they jump back into the Classics in Ecology series. Mary Power's work established the importance of understanding river food webs from a trophic perspective, rather than just a flow-dominated system.

61 MIN2019 MAY 15
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MR057: Classic Ecology IV: Power, 1990

MR056: Real Ecosystems, Posters, and Spring Cleaning

Grace, Jon, and Jeff do some spring cleaning via the latest buzz from Twitter and the blogosphere including way-out-there poster designs, what constitutes a real ecosystem, comparing male-female ratios in publications, and how ecology programs are put together. Grace also details her wine-o-mometer for the changing seasons while Jon doubts the existence of white wine.

78 MIN2019 APR 19
Comments
MR056: Real Ecosystems, Posters, and Spring Cleaning

Latest Episodes

MR066: Phosphorous, Publishing, and Existential Dread

Grace, Jon, and Jeff are talking the phosphorous cycle in part one of a multipart radio play about the often forgotten element cycle. The gang also revisit five questions, debate Chacos, and delve into a fascinating hypothetical scenario regarding publishing. What if you could only write a specific number of papers? How would that change the science you do?

52 MINAPR 24
Comments
MR066: Phosphorous, Publishing, and Existential Dread

MR065: Attending Your First Science Conference: An AGU 2019 Special

How does one prepare for their first major science conference? We brought along a ton of friends including Drs. Susan Cheng, Ben Bond-Lamberty, Alexey Shiklomanov, and other conference veterans Lisa Haber, Amy Hudson, and Bill Hammond to offer their tips. Jon and Jeff jump in too,

25 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
MR065: Attending Your First Science Conference: An AGU 2019 Special

MR064: The (Hidden) Costs of Publishing

Grace, Jon, and Jeff talk about the hidden costs of publishing, referencing Josh Schimel's famous blog post on the subject. Where does open access and preprints fit into the current state and future of publishing? How would we alter the publishing landscape? How do you decide where to publish? Also, Jeff gets his license plate stolen.

54 MIN2019 OCT 5
Comments
MR064: The (Hidden) Costs of Publishing

MR063: Data is Sharing, Data is Caring, with Mike Pace

Grace and Jon sit down with Mike Pace from the University of Virginia to talk about data sharing and how the ecological data landscape has changed over the last couple of decades.

26 MIN2019 SEP 26
Comments
MR063: Data is Sharing, Data is Caring, with Mike Pace

MR062: Stats and Models

Grace, Jon, and Jeff recount some summer activities and talk about ESA2019, but the main focus of the show is talking about a recent Nature Communications op-ed on statistical vs. mathematical modeling.

53 MIN2019 SEP 24
Comments
MR062: Stats and Models

MR060: Ryan Emanuel

Jeff sits down with professor and ecohydrologist Ryan Emanuel from North Carolina State University to talk about crossovers in ecology and hydrology, introducing students to interdisciplinary work, and his work with American Indian/Indigenous communities. Ryan also gives us a big announcement.

55 MIN2019 SEP 23
Comments
MR060: Ryan Emanuel

MR059: Hobbie, 1992

Grace, Jon, and Jeff are back at it with Classic Ecology V: SE Hobbie's 1992 opus "Effects of plant species on nutrient cycling." The gang also talk about the experiment Jeff is apart of and debate, at length, nitrogen and phosphorous limitation. Hold on to your hat there buckaroo, this one is a doozy.

53 MIN2019 AUG 9
Comments
MR059: Hobbie, 1992

MR058: The Plot Thickens

Jon and Jeff do a deep-dive into the PLOS: Computational Biology paper "Ten Simple Rules for Better Figures." This one is kind of nerdy, but at this point, isn't that what y'all want?

41 MIN2019 JUN 20
Comments
MR058: The Plot Thickens

MR057: Classic Ecology IV: Power, 1990

Grace, Jon, and Jeff do a round of Would You Rather? Academic Style and then follow up with a conversation about the quintessential paper Power 1990 "Effects of Fish in River Food Webs" as they jump back into the Classics in Ecology series. Mary Power's work established the importance of understanding river food webs from a trophic perspective, rather than just a flow-dominated system.

61 MIN2019 MAY 15
Comments
MR057: Classic Ecology IV: Power, 1990

MR056: Real Ecosystems, Posters, and Spring Cleaning

Grace, Jon, and Jeff do some spring cleaning via the latest buzz from Twitter and the blogosphere including way-out-there poster designs, what constitutes a real ecosystem, comparing male-female ratios in publications, and how ecology programs are put together. Grace also details her wine-o-mometer for the changing seasons while Jon doubts the existence of white wine.

78 MIN2019 APR 19
Comments
MR056: Real Ecosystems, Posters, and Spring Cleaning
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