Wow -- why do students get to have all the fun?? I can't make it to your
talk, but would love to hear more sometime. Sounds like it would make a great
guest talk in my intro (world natural environments) class. If you're around
next fall, wanna give a guest talk?
I have a friend who was pretty involved in OTS -- Reed Perkins. You don't
know him by any chance, do you?
Good luck. You must be pushing to finish up by the end of the semester.
"Charlotte L. Clews" wrote:
> Hi there, as you might know I am one of the cons bio lunch coordinators,
> but the reason you haven't seen me around is because I was in Costa Rica
> for the month.
> This was my thrid trip to CR, and second working for the Orginization for
> Tropical Studies. I have some great slides of plants, insects, birds, and
> herps that I hope to share with you this week (TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 12:30-
> 1:30, Aiken 105.).
> I will also present some of what I've learned about tropical rainforest
> conservation and some of the features that make the tropics such a great
> place to study ecology.
> So please come, bring your lunch, and prepare for a pre-spring-break
> Charlotte Clews
> Field Naturalist Program
> University of Vermont
Beverley C. Wemple, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Geography Dept.
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405
phone (802) 656-2074
fax (802) 656-3042