By: César Marín, C. Guillermo Bueno, Justine Karst, Jason Hoeksema, and Melanie Jones
This month in What we are reading, César Marín and Guillermo Bueno interview Justine Karst (U. Alberta), Melanie Jones (U. British Columbia), and Jason Hoeksema (U. Mississipi) about misinformation, positive citation bias, and overinterpreted results regarding common mycorrhizal networks in forests.
Their Nature Ecology & Evolution review entitled “Positive citation bias and overinterpreted results lead to misinformation on common mycorrhizal networks in forests” can be found here:
If you have any questions for Justine, Melanie, or Jason, please leave a comment or write to them directly!
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