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Lessons learned at the biology–geology interface


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Geoscience is increasingly transdisciplinary, requiring researchers from many different scientific backgrounds to work together. Jayme Feyhl-Buska, a biologist pursuing a doctoral degree in an Earth Science department, highlights lessons that she learned on the cusp of the two fields, and urges collaborators to convey lines of thinking and define terminology upfront.

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Feyhl-Buska, J. Lessons learned at the biology–geology interface. Nat Rev Earth Environ 1, 135–136 (2020).

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