There have been a few posts I’ve noticed recently which focus on scientific reproducibility: firstly this storify put together by Tom Webb on data sharing (or for a more structured guide, see A guide to data management in ecology and evolution from the BES); tips for code sharing from Nature; and a post from Stephen Heard discussing just how reproducible a methods section should be without detracting from the message of the paper.
Events ERT Spatial Ecology and Conservation in Bristol, 13th – 15th June. The Royal Statistical Society 2015 Conference (Exeter 7th – 10th September) has a sessions on Ecology and the Environment, as well as more general sessions on data science and statistical computing that might be of interest.
Jobs PhD in the Hoffman Lab at Bielefeld University on marine population genomics. Research Fellow at University of Brighton investigating impacts of landscape change on water vole popualtions using molecular ecology techniques.