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Indonesia – ‘Shake’ your wrasse

Indonesia – ‘Shake’ your wrasse

15th September 2017 by

Around a week before I set out for Operation Wallacea’s base in Indonesia for my eight week stay as a research assistant, a thought occurred to me. I realized that despite all the work I had done in picking out a program…

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Guyana – What big EARS you have!

Guyana – What big EARS you have!

1st September 2017 by Burton Lim

Written by Burton Lim, Royal Ontario Museum Photo Courtesy of Justin Isip Bat netting began with a bang at Turtle Mountain for the start of the 2017 Opwall monitoring at Iwokrama Forest in Guyana.  The first night we caught 10 bats representing…

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Peru – Volunteering in the Land of Mirrors

Peru – Volunteering in the Land of Mirrors

25th August 2017 by Jasmine Clark

Written by and photos courtesy of Jasmine Clark You know you are deep in the jungle when the dawn chorus is not birds, but the strange call of the howler monkeys. To the untrained ear of a newly-arrived research assistant, it sounds…

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Madagascar – Dissertation Students’ researches and more

Madagascar – Dissertation Students’ researches and more

18th August 2017 by Joseph Bailey

Written by Joseph Bailey Cover photo courtesy of Alex Toser For the third year in a row, I have had the privilege of supervising and advising on a whole range of dissertation students’ projects in the dry forests of north-west Madagascar, with…

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Honduras – the Twilight Zone

Honduras – the Twilight Zone

4th August 2017 by Jack Laverick

Written by Jack Laverick Photos Courtesy of Dan Exton Using data collected throughout the summer season and beyond we’re interested in understanding differences between the reef fish we find on shallow and twilight zone (mesophotic) reefs. Specifically we are trying to understand…

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Staff Spotlight!

Staff Spotlight!

28th July 2017 by Phil Stanier

First published on our facebook on February 28th 2015 Staff/Student Spotlight! Introducing Phil Stanier! “The 9th October 1998 is a very special date for me. Not only was it my 19th Birthday but it was also the day that I saw an…

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Staff Spotlight!

Staff Spotlight!

21st July 2017 by Jane Hardwick

First published on our facebook wall on April 18th 2015 Staff/Student Spotlight! This week – Jane Hardwick! “I wouldn’t be where I was today without the invaluable experience I have gained from working for Operation Wallacea. My first field season was in…

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Staff Spotlight!

Staff Spotlight!

14th July 2017 by Hannah Hoskins

Staff/Student Spotlight Saturdays! Introducing Hannah Hoskins! “I first went to Honduras as a Research Assistant at the end of my first year of university. I loved being in the forest, meeting all the brilliant scientists and learning hands-on ecological survey techniques. I…

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Cuba – A week in the life…

Cuba – A week in the life…

7th July 2017 by Sophie Johnson

Written by Sophie Johnson Photos Courtesy of Jorge Angulo I heard about Operation Wallacea from one of my College Parents who was attending a talk. After looking at all the available expeditions, I decided that I was most interested in joining the…

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Staff Spotlight!

Staff Spotlight!

30th June 2017 by José António Nóbrega

Staff Spotlight Saturdays! Introducing José António Nóbrega (Jotó) who came away with us on the México expedition 2014/2015/2016 and this year! “As a Portuguese biologist passionate about biodiversity, environment and conservation, I am always looking for a new challenge. During my academic…

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Indonesia – Global FinPrint!

Indonesia – Global FinPrint!

18th May 2017 by Samantha Sherman

Written by Samantha Sherman My name is Samantha Sherman and I am a PhD student at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia. I was fortunate enough to recently spend a month in Bau Bau, Indonesia working with Operation Wallacea and Wasage Divers….

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Staff Spotlight!

Staff Spotlight!

12th May 2017 by George Lonsdale

Written by and photos courtesy of George Lonsdale As the 4×4 rolled down the last part of the dirt road into base camp, I was immersed in a new world. A world of green forests, new wildlife and research…and I was entranced….

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