Monthly Archives: November 2011

MS position – East Tennessee State University – Lake Baikal zooplankton

NSF-funded Master of Science position to study ecological and genetic diversity of endemic and invading plankton crustaceans in Lake Baikal. This is a collaborative project involving research labs from Michigan State University, University of California – Santa Barbara, University of … Continue reading

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Nerds at play – photos from the Angara River in Irkutsk

I mentioned in a previous post that the Americans’ first move in Siberia, rather than sleeping off their jetlag, was to go work off their jetlag by checking out the amphipods in the Angara River in Irkutsk – here I … Continue reading

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Stage 1! Reconnaissance and recruiting…

It’s one thing to dream up a great Siberian-American collaboration, to take place largely on the shores of the world’s largest freshwater lake in remote Siberia, and it’s another thing entirely to hammer out the logistics. Reconnaissance trip. As I … Continue reading

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