Troy Abel presents at biology and conservation conference in Mexico
Troy D. Abel, an associate professor of environmental studies at Western Washington University's Huxley College of the Environment, presented and participated in the 15th Congress of the Mesoamerican Society for Biology and Conservation in Merida, Mexico. This work was based on the fieldwork of geography graduate student Kathryn Mork, whom Abel supervised over the last two years. The abstract is also published in the October issue of the society, with the following citation: Kathryn Mork, Diana Bermudez, Troy D. Abel y Adrian Arce (2011). "Evaluando el monitoreo participativo de la Lapa Roja en el Parque Nacional Carara, Costa Rica," Mesoamericana 15(2): 185.