Pura Vida and Costa Rica

Within the next few days, my readers will notice a cessation of blog posts.

Why? I will be in Costa Rica with other graduate students from the Department of Biological Sciences at Kent State University working on a series of research projects including; 1) litter retention and transport within tropical streams, and 2) circadian-dependent patterns of insect drift. Below is a picture of the research station and one of the most poisonous and aggressive snakes in the world–the fer-de-lance, a viper –which I am abound to encounter….

Pura Vida, for now.

Alberto Brenes Biological StationFer-De-Lance


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