A networking resource devoted to biological soil crusts and the researchers who study them. We will provide a means for international scientists to communicate, share their research, share important news and announcements, ask questions and find collaborators. We will also provide a space for informal writing on research, opinion, and ideas (now seeking posters!).

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Biocrust researcher directory is back!

After accidentally deleting it a while back, I'm reconstructing the biocrust researcher directory listed on the right. I'm basically just adding people from recent conferences or whoever pops to mind in no particular order. I'm adding what appears to be the best link from a simple Google search.

So, i don't have unlimited time to think of all the crust researchers, then go out and find their best webpage. You could help me. If you're listed but I don't have the best webpage linked, leave me a comment. Also feel free to leave a comment with the websites of biocrust researchers you know that I haven't listed yet. I'm especially in need of good links for our Chinese colleagues who do so much of the crust research out there right now. But basically, I'll list anyone who ever did a biocrust research project including government researchers, professors, graduate students, etc.

1 comment:

  1. Hello, My name is Jennifer Olarra and I am a graduate student at Oregon State University. My thesis topic which will be presented this year relates to forest soil biocrust abundance and distribution across climate regimes in Oregon national forests. Dr. Jay Noller is advising - please feel free to add us as well.