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 tocon_connectivityConnectivity between habitat remnants for critically endangered primate, Callicebus oenanthe, in San Martin, Peru. Presented at the 2nd Simposio de Primatologia en el Peru (Iquitos, November 2013) & at the Remote Sensing for Conservation Symposium (London, May 2014) Schaffer-Smith, Swenson, Bóveda-Penalba, Eder Murrieta-Villalobos

 

 

News:

  • Paper published!: Shifting carbon pools along a woody plant gradient in encroached Argentine savannas (Gonzalez-Roglich). Forest Ecology & Management.
  • 2  NASA fellowships to PhD students Amanda Schwantes &  Danica Schaffer-Smith

 Current research:

 
 Measuring carbon en La Pampa, Argentina. Emanuel Ganora (Universidad Nacional de La Pampa) helping NASA PI Mariano Gonzalez Roglich

 

 

 

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