Monthly Archives: April 2015

Stream Biome Gradient could revolutionize future freshwater studies

A new type of stream biome gradient could dramatically change the way that freshwater science is conducted in the near future. The group of researchers from Kansas State University and collaborators not only created a distinct method of looking at habitats in tropical, prairie and forested streams, but also made this research easier to conduct … Continue reading Stream Biome Gradient could revolutionize future freshwater studies

EcoAnalysts CEO, Gary Lester, is attending the Ocean Business 15 Conference

EcoAnalysts CEO, Gary Lester, is attending the Ocean Business 15 Conference at the National Oceanography Centre, Southhampton, UK from April 14 to 16. He will be available to discuss EcoAnalysts Marine Taxonomy capabilities. “Over 300 exhibiting companies, 180 hours of training and demonstration sessions, vessels moored directly alongside, offshore survey conference, associated meetings, ocean careers, … Continue reading EcoAnalysts CEO, Gary Lester, is attending the Ocean Business 15 Conference

Stream Biome Gradient could revolutionize future freshwater studies

A new type of stream biome gradient could dramatically change the way that freshwater science is conducted in the near future. The group of researchers from Kansas State University and collaborators not only created a distinct method of looking at habitats in tropical, prairie and forested streams, but also made this research easier to conduct … Continue reading Stream Biome Gradient could revolutionize future freshwater studies