📚Journal Club round-up

For anyone who missed it, here’s a summary of our latest Journal Club discussion, held earlier this week on Twitter!

The featured paper was ‘The shape of trees: Reimagining forest ecology in three dimensions with remote sensing‘ by Emily Lines and Tommaso Jucker et al., which is part of the Grime Reviews series ‘What can remote sensing do for plant ecology?‘.

To start the ball rolling, Reviews Editor Jason Fridley interviewed Emily and Tommaso, who also co-edited the Grime Reviews series. They discussed the take home messages from their paper, how the series as a whole came about, technologies in forest ecology that have yet to see their full potential, and what new doors we could see opening with remote sensing in the next few years.

After watching the video, Journal Club participants joined the the authors for a Q&A session on Twitter. Take a look below at some of the interesting questions the authors were asked, and click through to see how the discussion unfolded on Twitter…

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