Organization for Tropical Studies

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The Person Behind the Patient

Caitlin Pollard, participant of the Spring 2016 Undergraduate semester program in Costa Rica “Tropical Diseases, Environmental Change, and Human Health”, briefly reviews the main activities...See more...
 

Renovation on Science and Informatics Committees

The OTS Science Committee met jointly with the Informatics Committee for their annual in-person meeting on March 8 and 9, at La Selva Research Station in a very productive session...See more...
 

Ornate Hawk Eagle

The Ornate Hawk Eagle (Spizaetus ornatus) is an endangered species, mainly due to the loss of its natural habitat. As most part of threatened species, it is not easy to spot... See more...
 

News from the cameras in La Selva!

The Jaguar and Wildlife Monitoring Project is evaluating the differences in presence, relative abundance and distribution of wild cats and prey species in several protected areas of the country... See more...
 

Towers down and soon…up again!

In September, 2015, during a significant wind storm, a large canopy tree fell in the La Selva forest and collapsed two of our MRI Towers (MRI stands for Major Research Infrastructure)... See more...
 

Masayan Hospitality by Robert Haemmerle

Nicaragua so often gets discussed in the context of poverty; and poverty certainly does exist.  However, that does not stop many from enjoying the fruits of a close-knit family-oriented community... See more...
 
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