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Penang Hill BioBlitz Argonaut Update – Sharon Snider

10/18/2017 Update by Sharon Snider during the Penang Hill BioBlitz 2017: Teacher Argonaut Sharon Snider is from Metz, West Virginia. We caught up with her on the slopes of Penang Hill while she was supporting the tree canopy research team. View the full update

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Penang Hill BioBlitz: Day 3 Survey Team Updates

10/18/2017 Updates from the canopy and arachnid survey teams during the Penang Hill BioBlitz 2017: The Penang Hill BioBlitz team is already making discoveries after just a couple of days surveying the rainforest. Here are a couple of quick updates from the canopy and arachnid survey teams.

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Penang Hill BioBlitz: Meet (some of) the Team

10/18/2017 Interviews by Haley to meet (some of) the team during the Penang Hill BioBlitz 2017: Over 50 scientists from Penang and around the world are convening in Malaysia for the 2017 Penang Hill BioBlitz. The JASON team has been catching up with a few of them

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Penang Hill BioBlitz Argonaut Update – Alexa Borden

10/18/2017 Update by Alexa Borden during the Penang Hill BioBlitz 2017: I’m JASON Student Argonaut Alexa Borden reporting in from the rainforest of Penang, Malaysia. Our team has already had some amazing and new experiences. To get here, we took a series of plane rides — one

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JASON Learning Progress Report on TREE Foundation’s Support of the 2017 Penang Hill BioBlitz Argonaut Expedition

Below is a report from JASON Learning regarding the progress and preparations for the 2017 Penang Hill BioBlitz Argonaut Expedition.

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JASON LIVE EVENT: BioBlitz at Penang Hill, Malaysia – Oct. 16-27, 2017

Dr. Meg Lowman and JASON Argonauts will bring you live events, real time Q&A, photos, videos and more direct from the rainforest of Malaysia. Here are a few ways you can follow the action.

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Taiwan Tree Project

Meet our TREE Foundation scholar-student, Sky Lan, who is finishing her PhD in canopy science at Oregon State University. She has partnered with CanopyMeg‘s colleagues, Jen Sanger and Steve Pearce, who are Down Under colleagues working as part of the Malaysia biodiversity team. This video shows their

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Writer John Briley’s story of his visit to the Myakka Walkway

Figure 2 (right). Canopy walkway with poles at Myakka State Park, Florida

From The Washington Post: It is a cool world, in both senses. A hard-sand path winds into a hardwood hammock of live oak, and coconut and cabbage palms, arriving soon at one of the park’s most-advertised features: a 100-foot-long canopy walk, strung with wood and rope 25

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A Milennial Visits The Habitat, Penang Hill

The Habitat and Penang Hill – 2nd Symposium on the Study of Biodiversity at Pengang Hill Video by Michael Jordan, student at East Carolina University. BIO: My name is Michael Jordan and I have always been an avid outdoorsman. I’m a Photography/Videography major at the beautiful East

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Assessing Sacred Forests in Ethiopia, India and elsewhere

Article written by Dr. Lowman and Palatty Allesh Sinu in BioScience: Increasing degradation of tropical forests prompts the consideration of unconventional ideas to promote conservation. In his recent book, E. O. Wilson advocates conserving half of the planet for one species (Homo sapiens) and the other half

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