December 9, 2002 Updates to the team webpage did not
take place during most of the month of November due to the
reorganization of the teams into more effective problem-solving
ones. However, all of the pages under the Projects section have
been edited for content, spelling, and grammar. Data that had been
missing from the Amphibians and Monitoring sections is now in
place. Our final characterization for fauna is now available under
the newest section.
A major overhaul was done under the Projects page, adding several sub-project pages that go in-depth into individual research avenues that have been or
are currently being explored by our group, including our initial research, bats, and fragmentation.
October 28, 2002
More updates... the project page has info on bats and edge effects. It probably has more info than that, but this
page is getting updated first. Our report on fragmentation,
edge effects, and critical area has been posted. Do enjoy.
October 22, 2002
The projects page has been brought up to date. Come back soon for more information on montioring indicator species.
October 20, 2002
Sorry about the lack of updation. However, we are well into working
on the project. Right now, we're mainly identifying indicator species and
trying to determine how to monitor indicator species. Some of the species
we're looking at are bats and amphibians. Some other issues that have been covered are size
of coniguous rainforest needed to maintain a healthy ecosystem, and the idea
of dividing the rainforest into strata and trying to decide the health of
the rainforest based off the health of the strata.
October 4, 2002
This website is completed and uploaded to Athena. Links
and resources from individual member websites will be compiled
at a later date and entered under Resources.
The Projects page will be updated throughout the term as projects
are created, modified, and/or terminated.