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Peru – Hip-Hop Hooray Herpetofauna Peru 

Peru – Hip-Hop Hooray

Written by and Photos Courtesy of Emily Tees Cover Photo Courtesy of  Mark Bowler This summer I had the utmost pleasure of spending almost three weeks in the Peruvian Amazon with other Southridge students on a biology trip. While in Peru, we assisted biologists from all around  the world and helped university dissertation students with the collection of data to... Read More
Indonesia – Global Finprint Update Indonesia Marine Invertebrates Marine Mammals Project Sites 

Indonesia – Global Finprint Update

Written by and photos courtesy of Samantha Sherman This summer was the second Global FinPrint field trip to the Bau Bau Marine Site but it was the first trip that included OpWall Research Assistants (RAs). The Global FinPrint Project (www.globalfinprint.org), a Paul G. Allen initiative that looks at global populations of elasmobranchs (sharks and rays) on tropical coral reefs using... Read More
Peru – Enter the Forest Peru Project Sites 

Peru – Enter the Forest

Written by and photos courtesy of Dael Sassoon One thought kept echoing in my mind since the first day of the expedition: I don’t want to leave. Considering I only stayed in Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve for two weeks, the Amazon didn’t take long to steal my heart. I believe a piece of it is still there, surrounded by the towering... Read More
Madagascar – Dissertation Students’ researches and more Madagascar Project Sites 

Madagascar – Dissertation Students’ researches and more

Written by Joseph Bailey For the third year in a row, I have had the privilege of supervising and advising on a whole range of dissertation students’ projects in the dry forests of north-west Madagascar, with Operation Wallacea. The research that the dissertation students conduct is of great importance to the scientific efforts at the site, tackling a diverse range... Read More