Paid summer college internship on climate change and plant phenology & physiology

The Global Change & Conservation Lab at the Missouri Botanical Garden is searching for a paid, summer intern to do independent research on climate change and plants as part of the Garden’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Anthropogenic climate change has profound consequences for the timing of biological processes (phenology) and the manner in …
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Using imprecisely located presences in SDMs

We’ve developed a new, simple, common-sensical method for using imprecisely georeferenced occurrence data in species distribution modeling and other biogeographic analyses! Collectively, imprecise records reflect thousands of years of person-work in collection, curation, and digitization, and yet they are routinely discarded by biogeographers before analysis because of the fear that their error will propagate through …
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