ATBC members receive awards from OTS Emerging Challenges in Tropical Science Program

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Congratulations Drs Kuprewicz, Grossmann, and García-Robledo for receiving this important award!

The three recipients of the new OTS research fellowships awards in Emerging Challenges in Tropical Sciencee are:

Carlos García-Robledo, PhD, University of Connecticut, “Demographic Networks – a novel theoretical framework to estimate insect herbivore coextinctions under projected global warming.”

Erin K. Kuprewicz, PhD, University of Connecticut, “Plant-animal interactions in the Anthropocene: Using the Barva elevational gradient to understand and predict barriers to plant migrations under global warming.”

Katja S. Grossmann, PhD, University of California Los Angeles, “Ground-based remote sensing of Solar-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence (SIF) at La Selva Biological Station.”

The projects will be conducted at  La Selva Research Station in Costa Rica, starting on October 2016. More about this award and research projects: http://www.ots.cr/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1077&Itemid=763

From left to right: Drs Kuprewicz, Grossmann, and García-Robledo.

From left to right: Drs Kuprewicz, Grossmann, and García-Robledo.