Food Webs study featured in The New York Times

Work led by PhD candidate Silvan Goldenberg, with contributions by Environment Institute Members Ivan Nagelkerken, Camilo Ferriera, Hadayet Ullah and Sean Connell was featured in the New York Times this weekend.

Their paper published in Global Change Ecology was featured under the title “To Simulate Climate Change, Scientists Build Miniature Worlds”.

The article was accompanied by comments from Dr Mary I. O’Connor, an ecologist at the University of British Columbia. Dr O’Connor praised the work as an ambitious advance on earlier studies and continued to say “these kinds of experiments are essential tools for understanding change in nature”

Read the full story by Carl Zimmer here

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