Recent Research Updates
It’s time for an update on publications that have come out recently through our Friends of QERC.
Certainly one project to highlight this year is Dr. Mike Mooring’s wildlife camera trap research. If you have visited QERC, you have likely seen images from his research adorning our walls. In June, he and collaborators Amy A. Eppert and Ryan T. Botts published two articles in a special edition of the UNED Research Journal. The edition presented the papers and presentations from El Simposio Ciencia y Desarrollo Comunitario del ACLAP (The Amistad Pacific Conservation Area Science and Community Development Symposium). Congratulations Dr. Mooring and PLNU team!
Articles mentioned in this post:
- Natural selection of melanism in jaguar and oncilla in Costa Rica
Amy A. Eppert, Ryan T. Botts, Michael S. Mooring
- Circadian and lunar patterns of Jaguar and Puma in relation to their prey and competitors
Michael S. Mooring, Amy A. Eppert