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Greater protection for GPS units

ArchSoc’s Garmin Rino 650 GPS units will have extra protection thanks to the proceeds of the recent bake sale. This week ArchSoc purchased a customised  233 more words

News

Haleakalā Mauka to Makai (Veg. Maps)

Field work for the Accuracy Assessment stage of Haleakalā National Park’s vegetation mapping project commenced in January 2014. The purpose of Accuracy Assessment is to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the draft vegetation map (see below). 643 more words

Pacific Island National Parks

From the Underbelly: Spotting Millerbirds on Laysan

October 7, 2014 | By Barbara Heindl

It has been a busy two weeks since we got back to Laysan. The birds are no longer molting so they are making noise and, for the most part, cooperating and letting us collect the data we need given our limited time left on-island. 1,025 more words

Bird Conservation

Gender in the field.

We gained a new crew member this week, he remarked how unusual (though pleasant) it was to have females working in the field. I suppose I hadn’t noticed that this was a make dominant field, though I had been warned, I hadn’t experienced it until he brought it up. 128 more words

Gender in the field.

We gained a new crew member this week, he remarked how unusual (though pleasant) it was to have females working in the field. I suppose I hadn’t noticed that this was a make dominant field, though I had been warned, I hadn’t experienced it until he brought it up. 128 more words

Ghana Fieldwork 2014; Day 02

The second day of our fieldwork saw us; transfer from Accra to Fumesua where FORIG is located (approximately 20 km south of Kumasi); meet up with FORIGs deputy director… 40 more words

Reports

A Day at Baboon Camp

I spent 7 months last year (Jan-Jul 2014) collecting behavioral data on wild olive baboons in Kenya. Here I give an overview of a typical day at the field site. 456 more words

Field Experience