Just before I left for the field, I happened to see a familiar-looking article title in the ResearchBlogging.org feed, associated with a familiar-sounding new blog. Turns out, it was familiar for good reason: Coevolvers is the newly-launched blog for the Palouse Coevolution Study Group, a journal club of UI and WSU scientists who study the ecology and evolution of species interactions.
Photo from Coevolvers.
I’ve been involved since I started grad school here, and was lucky enough to be able to contribute (a very little bit) to the group’s 2007 review on studying geographic mosaics of coevolving species, which is freely available online. The blog will never be able to capture the club’s, um, robust give-and-take interactions, but it’s a great way to see what we’re reading and what we think about it.