The Boreal Forest, Antarctica and Geophysics, Oh My!

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by Sarah Boon & Sri Ray-Chauduri

Environmental & Earth Sciences subject editors

Boreal Forest

Boreal forest, northern Alberta (CC BY-SA).

Unlike a few of the other Science Borealis subject categories – like last week’s Multimedia – the Environmental and Earth Science subject is bursting with great blogs.

From Alan Shapiro’s Mostly Harmless Science to the Saskatchewan Research Councils’ From the Lab to the Loading Dock, with a bit of biology thrown in by Chris Buddle’s Expiscor hosted at SciLogs.com, and Simon Goring’s downwithtime, there’s always something to pique your interest in this group. If you’re looking for French-language blogs on the subject, look no further than Harvey Mead’s Réflexions sur les enjeux du développement, about international development and Jeremy Bouchez’s Sciencesenviro.

Highlights from the past month include:

Want to share your blog about environmental and earth science? Join us at Science Borealis, look forward to featuring new blogs on the next highlights post!

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Victoria Glacier, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica (photo by D Saul, public domain)

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