Lying for decades beneath the murky lagoon since the British logging era in Belize, twelve foot sections of mahogany have been rediscovered and are being unearthed from their silt laden tombs.
In one of the last great tracts of virgin forest in Southeast Asia, night comes to an end as the sun rises over the hillside in Danum Valley.
I am currently a student at Cornell University working on my PhD dissertation under the guidance of Dr. David Winkler. Before my stay in balmy Ithaca, my research focused on applications using NEXRAD weather radars to estimate population sizes and understand seasonal and migratory movements of Purple Martins (Progne subis) in Jeff Kelly’s lab at the University of Oklahoma. For more information about my current research, click the “Research” tab.