Dear Mauritia-lovers, September has been a busy month full of activities and new incorporations, here I summarise the main news of our group: We hope to provide more exciting news soon!!!!
Our lab has been always quite active and keen in getting undergraduate students for their dissertations and internships. Internships are great opportunities for the student to gain experience in several lab techniques and analyses, and to grasp how the academic life works. This is the case of Marta Armengol, a Universitat de Barcelona student, who … More Students’ internships in PALAB: Marta Armengol
If there is something I enjoyed during my PhD (besides field work of course) was the attendance to face-to-face conferences. It is not that I do not enjoy them anymore, but I personally consider that conferences during the early years of your professional career are going to (largely) influence who you are and how do … More EPD workshop – the importance of conferences
Dear Mauritia-lovers! This is a (very) long delayed task, but finally I have started renewing this site. As you would find, I am merging the things related to the past Mauritia project and widening up a bit the scope of the blog to better reflect the work in which the group where I work is … More Webpage changes
I am recruiting new Mauritia-lovers!!! If you are interested in the long term ecology of the National Park of Yasuni, in the Ecuadorian Amazonia, apply for a funded PhD to come and join me in the University of Liverpool and the research group of Environmental Change (Dep. Geography & Planning). Here is the link where … More Job offer!!
Ohh, the delight of publishing scientific work!!!! Yes, during this blog-silent time, we have been working on publishing some new contributions that directly or indirectly dealt with Mauritia. Due to our oral communication in the EGU2019 congress, we were invited by the journal Quaternary Science Reviews on publishing a paper on the subject as Invited … More Latest publication on Mauritia
Although I haven’t published the information here (shame on me I know), the work carried out by our group related to Mauritia didn’t stop! Here you have some links to conference presentations we made lately on Mauritia dynamics: EGU 2019 (Vienna, 7-12th April 2019): with an oral presentation about the dynamics during the last 6000 … More Mauritia in international conferences
Hello Mauritia-lovers!!! It’s been a while since my last entry here, but with the situation we are all living noways, I have considered that we should all contribute in the way we can, and for a researcher that could mean for instance maximising the amount of online information and resources for anyone keen to use … More Mauritia news are back!
Dear all, I am always talking that I am not alone in my work, but actually it is normally me the only one appearing in the posts or videos!! So today I want to introduce you three lovely undergraduate students that have been involved in the project for the last months thanks to their practical … More Mauritia-people!
Fifth conference of the international organisation named Past Global Changed (PAGES) was hold in Zaragoza, Spain, from 9th till 13th May. During that week, almost 900 researchers working in several aspects of palaeosciences gathered together and had the opportunity to discuss the advances and future perspectives of our discipline. Among the endless list of contributions, … More Mauritia at PAGES Open Science Meeting