R.M. Parsons Laboratory
Environmental Science and Engineering
Simons Foundation-backed CBIOMES brings together researchers in oceanography, statistics, data science, ecology, biogeochemistry, and remote sensing.
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Hi Dan -- looks like I can only DM you if you follow me. — 1 day 9 hours ago
That'd be excellent. Thanks!! — 3 days 15 hours ago
Brilliant. Thanks! — 3 days 16 hours ago
Excellent, thanks! The workshop you ran at Duke back in ca. 2007 was the inspiration for this seminar! — 3 days 16 hours ago
If fitness has a meaning its in the context of evolution, i.e. the capacity of a genetic material to… https://t.co/plZaKnEXQL1 week 5 days ago
We don’t know but we hope this work stimulates more research into the rol… https://t.co/cmhqeLCBPt1 week 6 days ago
RT @: — 1 week 6 days ago
Gabriel Leventhal, brilliant postdoc in my lab, recently gave a seminar at Penn State’s Microbiome Center. Check it… https://t.co/EBRCCdhxhQ1 month 1 week ago
Thank you for the play-by-play report, Daan! — 2 months 1 day ago
In cases of high *co*dependency (e.g. synthrophic communities), one should expect global instability… https://t.co/d76z9ha94q2 months 2 days ago
Phil Hugenholtz’s talk is making me wonder how much of the taxonomy - function mismatch in microbial commun… https://t.co/OR1hSNacnl2 months 2 days ago
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Today: Gabriel Leventhal at 14:15 (AS13) talking about community and population genomics of the “pinkberry” symbiotic consortia — 2 months 3 days ago