Texas A&M Costa Rica REU
This NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates focuses on the ecohydrology of tropical forests. The Texas A&M Soltis Center in Costa Rica is home to the program and provides a rich experience for student researchers. Data collected as part of the REU covers nearly every aspect of forest hydrology: weather, micrometeorology, carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange, soil properties, geology, stream and spring flows, and throughfall.
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|Resource||Tracking fog occurrence and drivers in a mountainous Costa Rican rainforest using phenological camera imagery||Miller, Gretchen R.||Jun 17, 2020 at 9:37 p.m.||Aug 17, 2021 at 7:03 p.m.||cluster analysis ,fog ,biometeorology ,land-atmosphere interactions ,Phenocam ,rainforest ,image analysis||Miller, Gretchen R. · Schweizerhof, Emily · Alexander Duffy||1629226999||Discoverable||1592429839||3123|
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