Yanet Henriquez with Poponjoche (Pachira aquatica) fruitOrmosia Seeds, NicaraguaBen and Jerry with a CaimanGaudy Leaf Frog, Agalychnis calidryasBen and Lupita the MonkeyBlack Bear, AlbertaChepe Sanchez, Nicaragua
Dr. Gerald Urquhart at Monkey Point, Nicaragua

I am a tropical ecologist and an assistant professor of biology at Michigan State University. I teach in the Lyman Briggs College at MSU, a residential, undergraduate program for the study of science and society. I hold a joint appointment in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.

My research focuses on the impacts of globalization on tropical forests and their biodiversity. I have worked for over 20 years on the "Mosquito Coast" of Nicaragua in remote locations that are now feeling the impacts of globalization.

A native of Michigan, I attended Lyman Briggs College (where I now teach) as an undergraduate and received my M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. I held a postdoctoral position at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama before coming back to MSU in 1998.

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Mountain Goat, AlbertaPeanut-head Bug, Costa RicaWilloughby and His First SalmonAgouti, Costa RicaLa Union Farming Cooperative, NicaraguaTent Bats, Uroderma spp.Passion Flower, Passiflora

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