Episode #26 Carbon, carbon, carbon!
Grace and Jeff, sans Jon, talk about some of the latest in carbon cycling research--terrestrial and aquatic! We also talk Jon's recent wedding, examine a new paper in Science focusing on the tropics, a great piece on science blogging, and talk about the podcast's upcoming anniversary. Oh, and cow farts. Lots about cow farts.
R is greater than SAS
Rethinking the Scientific Career from Emily Bernhardt et al.
Baccini et al. 2017 "Tropical forests are a net carbon source based on aboveground measurements of gain and loss"
Saunders et al. "Bringing ecology blogging into the scientific fold: measuring reach and impact of science community blogs"
Kool Keith - "Trees"
Troubled Hubble - "I'm Pretty Sure I See Molecules"
Episode #25 Difficult Conversations
Grace, Jon, and Jeff do a deep dive into having difficult conversations in the classroom around the current political and social climate and how to respond to situations in a thoughtful, and supportive manner. They also "Google" themselves--with mixed results.
A Charlottesville reading list
Why the Nazis came to Charlottesville
Review of response from UVA press release
Transcript of August 31 Teresa Sullivan meeting w/ students
Unwed Sailor - "Golden Cities"
Pelican - "City of Echoes"