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- En Route Under a Crazy Motorway Junction On the Bike Path
- Back Yard Brazilian Family Farm Organic Vegetable Garden
- Count all the Frogs in the Pond Shells on the Beach
- On Water Hole in a Floating Peat Mat
- On Lava Festival of Mexican Biodiversity
Alex Smith is a professor of molecular ecology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. His interests include biodiversity, cryptic species and working in both field and laboratory to integrate field and molecular biology into questions of ecological and evolutionary importance to conservation.
Ken Tamminga is professor of landscape architecture and on the ecology faculty at Penn State University. His interests include ecological design and restoration, riparian urbanism, and regeneration of degraded social-ecological places. His work in inner-city Pittsburgh, Ghana, and the low Himalayas seeks to promote community/landscape co-resilience in the face of climate change and other stressors.
Dennis vanEngelsdorp is a Sr. Extension Associate at Penn State University. His research interests include honey bee epidemiology and pollinator health. He is the director of the Beeinformed.org partnership, and will join the entomology department at the University of Maryland in January 2012.
This project was produced by Mary Jo Daines. Since 2008, Mary Jo has worked in the CREATE Lab helping scientists around the world use Gigapan to document and communicate their research with their peers and the public.
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