Tag Archives: Plant invasion
5 years later, we are getting ready for a re-survey of our longterm observational plots along the roads in the Norwegian mountains. The perfect moment to summarize what we learned from our first trip. This post was published first in a … Continue reading
It was a mess of pieces, like shattered bones on a battlefield. A macaber sight that seemed to add some extra drama to the story of plant invasion. In between all the branches and sticks on the frozen floor, new … Continue reading
Graphs often hide a lot of intriguing information, yet it is not always easy to get to what really matters. In ‘behind the graph’, I put in the effort to explain one of the main findings of our research and … Continue reading
With all that travelling (first fieldwork in Sweden/Norway, then the conference in Florida), I did not have time yet to announce the good news: we just got a paper published in Alpine Botany, reviewing the current knowledge on plant invasions in the alpine … Continue reading
You can scroll through lots of pictures of nice landscapes and curious plants in my previous posts on our fieldwork trip to Scandinavia, but that leaves us with one important question: did we actually see any of the stars of the project, our non-native mountain invaders? … Continue reading
I changed my office view again for a while… Up north again, above the polar circle, hunting for our beloved plants. With a tight schedule and lots to do, but hopes are high for amazing output. I’ll keep you updated!
The Mountain Invasion Research Network (MIREN) calls on mountain enthusiasts to help collect observations of mountain plants. Heading to the mountains this summer, armed with your best hiking boots? You can make a scientific contribution while you are out conquering … Continue reading