Maria and Physilia both present at a recent digital BRC16/19 SAMBA conference hosted from Brazil

Last week both Maria and Physilia presented their research at a conference organized by the Brazilian Research Consortium (BRC) that was digitally hosted by UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PARÁ. Physilia gave her latest results on how the study of poop has helped her to understand the capercaille diet, while Maria gave an update on her working using soil eDNA to study the impact of climate change on vegetation in a boreal temperate forest. 

Published Sep. 16, 2021 10:52 AM - Last modified Sep. 16, 2021 10:52 AM