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Maria Triviño @Maria_Trivino_C🔁Congress banquet dinner of #ECCB2018 at the Sataman Yö Festival! Awesome end for and awesome conference! :D
Quentin Groom @cabbageleek🔁 “With open data you get more, than you put in” says @TuuliToivonen #ECCB2018
Trishna Dutta @VanyaPrani🔁 Thanks to the organizing committee for a great #ECCB2018!
Craig Primmer @FishConGen🔁#eccb2018 conference dinner @Manics
Forever Delayed @FDForum🔁 #eccb2018 conference dinner @Manics
Carolyn Thompson @gibbonresearch🔁What a way to #Finnish #ECCB2018 - MANIC STREET PREACHERS!!!#conference #music #phdlife #phdstudent
Eduardo Rojas Briale @EdRojasBr🔁 Will Steffen, giving an amazing talk on the Anthropocene at #ECCB2018
Lucrecia Souviron @Serika_Izumi🔁Beautiful #ECCB2018 closure. See you the next one! #LoveFinland
Harriet Ibbett @HarrietIbbett🔁@ICCS_updates contingents & co having a great time at the #finnish of #ECCB2018 @ZacBaynhamHerd @gibbonresearch
Bill Sutherland @Bill_Sutherland🔁Enjoying Manic Street Preachers at #ECCB2018 as clearly is the audience.
Panu Halme @PanuHalme🔁 Beautiful #ECCB2018 closure. See you the next one! #LoveFinland
Harriet Ibbett @HarrietIbbett🔁 Enjoying Manic Street Preachers at #ECCB2018 as clearly is the audience.
CoolMentoring.org @coolmentoring🔁Thanks so much for organising this inspiring session on , , at . I felt honoured to be part of that great network of ! |
Fred Pilkington @fbpilkington🔁Hugely important results from and work, showing that probably won't be feasible if we also want to reduce hunger. Thought getting people to eat less meat might change this and will be needed under any scenario
Stéphane Boyer @Zelpapang🔁Hei hei Jyvaskyla. Had an amazing time at , met great people & heard about exciting research. Would love to now recei twitter.com ve your manuscripts
Kelvin Peh @KelvinPeh🔁 Michael MacDonald presents TESSA (Toolkit for Ecosystem Services Site-based Assessment) in action all around the world, helping to protect habitats by demonstrating their value. Now with added module
UticaCollege BioDept @UCBiology🔁The scariest slide you may ever see - total vertebrates then (10 000BC) vs now. (Dr Corey Bradshaw)
Ash Murphy @Ecology_Ash🔁Nice explanation of the difference between genetics & genomics by (It's that genomics uses way more magnifying glasses than genetics). Should be invested in to help make efficient conservation!
Science of Language @science_lan🔁: Sequencing costs are not the limiting factor any more. Using to study species is possible and should be done more frequently. Huge potential! Go for it.
Gregor Kalinkat @gkalinkat🔁ICYMI is the (still relatively new) server for earth sciences
& manuscripts can be posted in the category
It's twitter.com nonprofit & also accepts opinion or review style mss
Carolyn Thompson @gibbonresearch🔁Thanks for being here everyone! from Turvey Group 's and our friends from Peking U and Sun Yat-Sen U
Genomics Edtech @DNAed_tech🔁OzMammalGenetics is a continental-scale effort to conserve Australian mammals through and species targeted .
Mike Mascia @Mike_Mascia🔁Attention attendees: If you enjoyed 's Congress, please join 21-25 July 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the 29th International Congress for Conservation Biology !
Bege Jonsson @BegeJonsson🔁My treat from : a drawing by inspired by ! comeback,
Bege Jonsson @BegeJonsson🔁What an amazing week at ! Great posters and presentations, excellent Congress management, and wonderful people! So happy to share this time with all the attendees- and the final evening event was amazing!
Seppo @sepponet🔁While at , Isabel Sousa Pinto, co-chair of the , asked to illustrate the importance of and the marine .
Seppo @sepponet🔁Thank you for sharing your incredible talent and creativity. See, & can be fun!
Dr Louise Glew @louiseglew🔁My talk on of deforestation intervention was not in the impact evaluation session. My slides are online if anyone wishes to see process + results: If anyone else has made theirs available pls post !
Dr Louise Glew @louiseglew🔁Interested to know more about this work (but not attending ). Can you DM me the best email contact pls? twitter.com
Dr Louise Glew @louiseglew🔁Thank you Jyväskylä and for a great conference. And great to meet many of in person! Hope to see you all again soon!
Dani Rabaiotti @DaniRabaiotti🔁This has been awesome week. Met so many amazing scientists from around the world. Congratulations to everyone at , and a huuuuge thank you to , who organized and got a great group of -ers together. Here's to all our endeavors!
Alex Martin 🚀👨💻 @thescalex🔁This has been awesome week. Met so many amazing scientists from around the world. Congratulations to everyone at , twitter.com and a huuuuge thank you to , who organized and got a great group of -ers together. Here's to all our endeavors!
Jorge Celi @JorgeEmilioCeli🔁 may be biggest losers from push for under agreements
David Roberts @DrDavidLRoberts🔁. emphasizing that before going to offsetting you need to think avoidance - so do no harm when possible is always better than compensating for it
Alex Martin 🚀👨💻 @thescalex🔁Truly enjoyed this week at . Enlightening discussions and great catching up with friends and meeting new people! and many others... Such a great community!
Richard Zwamborn @richardzwamborn🔁Really enjoyed and now feel home to one more science community as an researcher! The session was a highlight. And a big thanks to all my new followers on twitter! Look out for results from our research
Gill Petrokofsky @greenwoodtree🔁Another conference highlight - manic street preachers concert on last night!!
) - we want to hear from you!
Please take 5 mins to do our survey on conservation conflicts
Prizes will be randomly awarded to a few who do and RT the survey!
alicealicealice @alicealicealice🔁Meanwhile in Finland poster @ testing out ideas for multisensory participatory mapping in wild mountainous space twitter.com
Michał Filipiak @MichaelFilipiak🔁Will Steffen is giving a striking plenary at .
We are committed on 2° warming, and Earth already begins to hit various tipping points. If we cross 4°, civilization may no longer be able to adapt. That civilization is not some future strangers. It is your children.
Meena S Sritharan @MeenaExplorer🔁Such an important message from Will Steffen about shifting our core values from exploitation & neoliberalism to stewardship and a reconnection with the biosphere
Sophie Monsarrat @MonsarratS🔁Truly enjoyed this week at . Enlightening discussions and great catching up with friends and meeting new people! twitter.com and many others... Such a great community!
Jonas Geldmann @jgeldmann🔁. Last night 0.30am half the conference was out looking for flying squerels. Tonight looks like the whole conferece twitter.com is at manic street preachers concert. Only common denominator is it's still light
Jacqui Eales @jacqui_eales🔁Another conference highlight - manic street preachers concert on last night!! twitter.com
Tom Collins @TomNCollins🔁Deforesting the Amazon would lead to a cooler Mediterranean and 2-3 deg temp increase in east Asia. Incredible example of the interconnectivity of global climate by Will Steffen
Miguel Angel Leon @MiguelAngelLeo7🔁We are sure that there will be more opportunities in the coming future for you to join us at , Thanks to the hashtag of the event we know is being a success, isn´t it?
Janine Deakin @j9deakin🔁Australia's got a terrific mammal fauna but a terrible record of extinctions & population declines. Impressive efficiency by to use very fresh data from the lab to help the conservation of animals (mala) in the wild!
Janine Deakin @j9deakin🔁Over 80% of Aussie mammals are endemic, and have seen large declines since Europeans arrived but describes how the Oz Mammals initiative to provide genomic resources for effective conservation management
Peerage of Science @peeragescience🔁 done! One of the best weeks of my life, insane amount of work, but all *so* worth it.
Congress party now, some welsh band playing (called Manic Street Preachers, ever heard of them?).
Thank you all who were here, feel like hugging the world!
Over and out - Janne
Janne Seppänen @JanneSeppanen🔁 done! One of the best weeks of my life, insane amount of work, but all *so* worth it.
Congress party now, some wels twitter.com h band playing (called Manic Street Preachers, ever heard of them?).
Thank you all who were here, feel like hugging the world!
Over and out - Janne
Johanna Eklund @eklund_jo🔁Really impressed by who have managed to serve no red meat and only vegetarian and sustanibale fish for the whole congress. And the food has been great by the way!!!
Dr. Lina A Widenfalk @Lahlback🔁Powerful! The solution is not in natural sciences, is in social sciences. We need to rethink or economic model!! We need to rethink fundamental values. It cannot be all about humans, a human focused system is not sustainable. Thoughts from Will Steffen at
Academic Chatter @AcademicChatter🔁What a way to - MANIC STREET PREACHERS!!!
Mo @momontymisty🔁The Carpathian Mountains are one of the few areas in Europe with significant unfragmented habitat for large carnivores, but still has significant fragmentation challenges. Helps with understanding how intact landscapes are in AZ and what we have to lose.
Tomi Paananen @TomimPA🔁Will Steffen: This is what the anthropocene is about
Empress Pip Newling @phillipapip🔁. talks about how naive prey (bilbies) can be trained to learn to avoid introduced predators (feral cats) in ... AND training increases survival!
Dr. Lina A Widenfalk @Lahlback🔁Small habitat patches are disproportionally important for large-scale biodiversity conservation. presenting at
Suomen Luonto @SuomenLuonto🔁 How (not) to protect and monitor the Siberian flying squirrel
Neal Hockley @NealHockley🔁Looking for a PhD? Interested in understanding rule-breaking in a conservation context? & I are advertizing a PhD with field work in Indonesia & E. Africa based in beautiful . If you are at & want to discuss please find me
Sara Meurling @SaraMeurling🔁 specific responses to climate change and no niche conservatism between related species of cats. asks what are the implications for at
Panu Halme @PanuHalme🔁Will Steffen on Planetary boundaries " it would be pretty dumb to find out a threshold by crossing it" plenary talk
Michiel Jorissen @MichielJorissen🔁 Please get in touch if you have data we can validate our connectivity maps with. Any large native terrestrial mammal species listed below. Thanks!
Dirk S. Schmeller @DSSchmeller🔁A great end to a great meeting. A standing ovation for the local organisers and the helpers. Great work . Hopefully see lots of you soon for an equally excellent meeting in Birmingham
Dirk S. Schmeller @DSSchmeller🔁What a finish! A powerful and sobering overview of planetary boundaries and tipping points in the Anthropocene by
Linux Environment @linux_en🔁 second presentation that I see from you guys at and I'm already a fan. Great talk on
Silvio Marchini @Amazonarium🔁. talks about conflict vs coexistence when describing human interactions with wildlife. Let's be more glass half full kind of people!
Johan Oldekop @madasascientist🔁Thank you Jyväskylä and for a great conference. And great to meet many of in person! Hope to see you all again soo twitter.com n!
Ross Barnett @DeepFriedDNA🔁 talks about the power of from individuals that are “So Dead” to understand background levels of diversity.