PCRG COMPLETE AGAIN
I am glad to say that after almost two months out of the office running around with 8 bags of equipment, Frazer and I have finished our tour of the Americas. As the work has been so diverse, we would like to split our comments and impressions into two different posts, we hope you enjoy them!
Encarni Montoya, Field work, Frazer Bird, Meeting •
Tags: Amazonia, Casa Cultural Trude-Sojka, Cayambe, Chironomidae, Coca, Dirección de Educación Hispana, Ecuador, Estación Biológica Pindo Mirador, fieldwork, FIT, Florida Institute of Technology, Geobambu, GIS, Instituto Geofísico de Quito, International Biogeography Symposium, Laguna Pindo, Lake Chalalan, Lake Consuelo, lake surface sediments, Mark Bush, non pollen palynomorphs, Patricia Mothes, Polylepis, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ecuador, Puyo, Quito, R, Susana León Yánez •
We are taking the BES festival of ecology to music festivals in 2013! “Tell me when”… you’d better read the blog!
January seems to have flown past and has been another active month. With group members variously involved in:
News, William Gosling •
Tags: Andes, archaeology, BES, BES on the road, biogeography, British Ecological Society, chironomids, ecological science, ecology, Ecuador, Emma Sayer, fieldwork, Geo-core, Geological Record of Environmental Change, Graeme Baker, Human dispersal, International Biogeography Symposium, Laguna Pindo, Mera, microtome, Music festival, Niah Cave, Polylepis, QDG, Quaternary Discussion Group, S369, Sex and Bugs and Rock'n'Roll, University of Cambridge, wood thin sections, Wychwood •