Kavlot camp: bird-land!

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
June 11, 2013

New Guinea Expedition

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
June 4, 2013

Deforestation in Seram vs. West Kalimantan

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
December 4, 2012

Deforestation in Seram vs. West Kalimantan

I’m back at home in Sukadana, West Kalimantan (Borneo). I had to leave Seram a few days before Acun and Endro, but I trusted them fully to tidy up the last of the morphotyping and collections. Pak Zul, the head of the Manusela National Park, was again wonderfully supportive, and all the specimen transport permits […]

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Masihulan, a conservation success

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
November 26, 2012

The “model forest” at Toluarang

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
November 13, 2012

Ulu Sawe

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
November 9, 2012

Up for air

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
October 23, 2012

Travel to Masohi

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
October 18, 2012

Return to Seram! (Preparations)

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
October 15, 2012

The future of plant collecting: a role for ‘elite parataxonomists’

by Cam Webb, Research Associate
May 8, 2012

The future of plant collecting: a role for ‘elite parataxonomists’

If you were dropped into a unknown forest or grassland and told to start collecting plants, you would start with what you first encountered, which would be the common species. All ecological communities are dominated primarily by a few common species, with a long tail of rare species (a hollow rank abundance curve). A good […]

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