Editor’s Selections: Flocking People, Drosophacalypse, Deep-Sea Life-Lists, and Who Misses the Mangroves?April 15th, 2010 Editor's Selections No Comments
Jarrett Byrnes focuses on posts in ecology, environmental sciences, and evolution. He blogs at I’m a chordata, urochordata!
- Much like birds, people move in flock formations, but optimize for communication rather than speed.
- You say Drosophila, I say Sophophora! Let’s mess the literature up!
- Dr. M takes the recent discovery of organisms thriving in anoxic conditions and puts it in a larger context of the deep sea.