Megan Gibbons Interim Courses

January 2004 Amazon to Andes: Experience the Peruvian Rainforest

Co-instructed with Dr. Barbara Domcekova

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

 

Senior Projects in Peru

Libby Yost and Erin Robbins. Growing, Growing, Growing- Gone: Biotic and Abiotic Factors in Primary and Selectively Cut Tropical Rainforests in Tambopata, Peru.  Presented at Latin American Studies Symposium, Birmingham-Southern College, 2004.

Stewart Stokes and Katie Dague. Dominance and sociality between four species of previously domesticated monkeys in the Peruvian rainforest. Presented at Honors Day, Birmingham-Southern College, 2004.

Allie Warren and David Rice. Dominance Hierarchy and Social Interactions in a Troop of Formerly Captive Monkeys. Presented at Latin American Studies Symposium, Birmingham-Southern College, 2004.

Lora Pacha. A Comparison of Plant Diversity of Primary and Selectively Cut Rainforests of Southeastern Peru. Presented at Latin

     American Studies Symposium, Birmingham-Southern College, 2004.

 

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