This is a guest post by Florian Muthreich, PhD student at the Department of Biology, University of Bergen. In May the third PAGES Young Scientist Meeting took place in Morillo de Tou, Spain, and I joined ~80 early career scientist from over 20 countries to network, present our work, exchange ideas and find new friends.
I’ve just got back from a 1-week trip from the Finse Research Station in the mountains in central Norway, where I was helping run a workshop1 based on developing new methods for measuring and comparing ecological resilience across different palaeoecological records. Finse itself is an amazing place (see photos). It’s 1222 m above sea level