After three years of field work in Argentina, Chile, the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain, and the Great Basin Desert of Nevada, we’re finally making the time to publish the Turnbull NWR lichen inventory.
The manuscript is going to be more bare boned than we’d imagined it at the beginning of the project, but Jason and I are planning on following-up with subsequent papers that address more of the ecologically significant aspects while widening our scope outside the refuge.
For this round, the manuscript is going to be taxonomically focused, noting where our specimens stray from the species concept, minor notes on habitat and ecology, and a brief discussion of conservation. And a lot of new reports for the state of Washington, and a number of interesting reports and/or range extensions. Continue reading “Finally! The manuscript for the Lichens of the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is being written…”