Armchair Ecology is a blog on the intersections between ecology, research computing, and mathematics. It is edited by Timothée Poisot.
The colors for the logo (and most of the content) are Pantone’s Watercress, Deep Lagoon, and Raw Sienna – they are meant to represent (in a fit of deeply uncharacteristic connection to Nature) vegetation, water, and soil, which I’m told are things ecologists care about.
The content of the blog is released under the Creative Commons BY-4.0 license. This includes all images, except when specified otherwise at the bottom of the post on it the post’s text. Code snippets are considered part of the public domain and provided without warranty of any kind.
The source code for this blog is available on GitLab. It is rendered using Hugo on Netlify.