SquaMates Ep. 16: Sex-bias in herpetology

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SquaMates Ep. 16: Sex-bias in herpetology

Episode 16 is here, in this episode we—Dr Mark D. Scherz, Gabriel Ugueto, and Ethan Kocak—feature an interview with Professor Emily Taylor of Cal Poly, and two of her students, Isabelle Barnes and Katie Rock, talking about their amazing dataset about sex biases in publishing in herpetology, recorded at the 9th World Congress of Herpetology in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Episode notes sometimes get clipped on your device or by your podcast provider; for full (extensive) notes (and references), go to http://www.squamatespod.com

For more information about the dataset we talk about, check out Professor Taylor’s tweet about it here, but most importantly, read the detailed blog post about it here. We were thrilled to be able to interview this team, and will update this post when the data are published.

More shoutouts:

Rachunliu G. Kamei: @chungkamei

Helen Bond Plylar: @SssnakeySci

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Mark D. Scherz: website • twitter • instagram • tumblr • facebook • researchgate • redbubble

Gabriel Ugueto: website • twitter • instagram • facebook • redbubble

Ethan Kocak: website • twitter • tumblr • facebook • patreon

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