Academic journals are a great resource for seeing what direction a specific discipline may be headed. Interestingly, publications represent both a look into the past (the research was completed a few years back) and the present (the content of the research is considered to still be relevant and interesting now). There is a “future” component to publications such that many researchers review what is being published now and use that as a springboard for the planning of future studies. Continue reading Restoration Ecology – Where are you in 2012
We’ve heard quite a few discussions like this one from Linked In which mentions needs for additional training and experience AFTER a 4-year (or even 8-year) degree.