Dear Ecology of the past blog readers,
This time you are reading a message from a non-expert in paleoecology. My name is
Masha and I will spend the next two years on a very exciting postdoctoral fellowship funded by NWO (Dutch National Science Foundation) under their Rubicon scheme in close collaboration with William Gosling (University of Amsterdam).
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