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PhD Merit Award cE3c 2016: Interview with Thomas Matthews

PhD Merit Award cE3c 2016: Interview with Thomas Matthews

28/07/2017. Interview by Marta Daniela Santos. We continue to remember the cE3c members distinguished in the cE3c Annual Meeting 2016; and this(...)

PhD Merit Awards 2017 cE3c: Entrevista a Paula Matos

Post-Doc Merit Awards 2017 cE3c: Entrevista a Artur Gil

23/06/2017. Entrevista por Marta Daniela Santos. É com o investigador cE3c Artur Gil, dos grupos de investigação IERS e IBBC, que damos início a(...)

Book "What can we learn from islands? The perspectives of eight researchers"

Book "What can we learn from islands? The perspectives of eight researchers"

Is now available for free download the book "What can we learn from islands? The perspectives of eight researchers"   The book What can we learn(...)

How can networks help us to better understand islands? - Jens Olesen in interview

How can networks help us to better understand islands? - Jens Olesen in interview

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos Networks surround us in every aspect of our lives. Social networks, transportation networks, power grids...there(...)

"I think it is a good time to be a biogeographer": Isabel Sanmartín interviewed for cE3c

"I think it is a good time to be a biogeographer": Isabel Sanmartín interviewed for cE3c

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos What is more determinant for the geographical distribution of a species: its dispersal, or the geographical(...)

"We can learn from islands that it is not a lost cause to think about climate change and addressing world problems": George Roderick interviewed for cE3c

"We can learn from islands that it is not a lost cause to think about climate change and addressing world problems": George Roderick interviewed for cE3c

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos. Photo by Rosemary Gillespie. Do you think it is impossible to create a detailed digital replica of an island’s(...)

Pedro Cardoso  interviewed for cE3c

From Spiders to Artificial Inteligency: Pedro Cardoso interviewed for cE3c

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos NOTE: the portuguese version of the interview is available here Most people are afraid of spiders, or at least(...)

“The biggest challenge is working out how to conserve island biodiversity and to do so alongside the needs of human societies living on islands”: Robert Whittaker interviewed for cE3c

“The biggest challenge is working out how to conserve island biodiversity and to do so alongside the needs of human societies living on islands”: Robert Whittaker interviewed for cE3c

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos Robert Whittaker’s interest in ecology emerged early; probably since when he first learned about Darwin’s(...)

birds to insects, Paulo Borges interviewed for cE3c

From birds to insects, Paulo Borges interviewed for cE3c

Interview  by Marta Daniela Santos Paulo Borges (Azorean Biodiversity Group - cE3c) began by studying birds, but nowadays he dedicates himself to(...)

"We often think about Nature as separate  humans. That the best way to save nature is to keep humans away. I think that is not a good way to think about it" Susan Clayton interviewed for cE3c

"We often think about Nature as separate humans. That the best way to save nature is to keep humans away. I think that is not a good way to think about it" Susan Clayton interviewed for cE3c

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos. Most people go to the zoo to see the animals. But some people go to the zoo to watch the people see the animals.(...)

What happens when a species is introduced in an area outside its geographic range? Daniel Simberloff interviewed for cE3c

What happens when a species is introduced in an area outside its geographic range? Daniel Simberloff interviewed for cE3c

Interview by Marta Daniela Santos. What happens when a species is introduced in an area outside its geographic range? What are the impacts on the(...)