We learn about the tiny things that make soil function while talking to Natalie Bray, a Master’s student at Columbia University.
Follow along with the research being done by Conservation Biology Students at Columbia University featured on Breaking Bio Blitz on their blog, http://www.cuinthefield.wordpress.com
Erin Eastwood (@eastofthewoods), an MSc student at Columbia University, talks to us about her research on Marine Protected Areas and small scale fisheries in Fiji.
You can follow along with Erin’s research and field work on her blog East of the Woods, as well as on the Columbia University Conservation Biology Summer Research Blog CU In The Field.
Breaking Bio Blitz is something new we’re trying, where we speak with students who are just starting out on their path to becoming biologists about their upcoming research. Our first Breaking Bio Blitz guest is Cynthia Malone, a Master’s student at Columbia University who will be exploring conflicts between wildlife and oil palm plantations in Cameroon.
You can follow along with Cynthia’s work on Twitter (@cynth_malone).