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Credits|Wildlife Ecology in San Guillermo National Park

Bringing the Field into the Classroom – Interactive Studies in Field Ecology: Investigating Pumas and Wild Lamas in the Mountains of Argentina
was created by

Emiliano Donadio
Program in Ecology & Department of Zoology,
University of Wyoming,
Laramie, Wyoming
Jan Truchot
Program Coordinator
University of Wyoming Science Posse,
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming
Ramiro D. Crego
Department of Forestry
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, Illinois
Mariel Ruiz Blanco
Facultad de Ciencias Naturales
Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Buenos Aires
  Don Roth, PhD
  Deputy Director for Academics,
  University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources
  Director, K-12 Science Posse

Adapted for the web by Jan Truchot
Photos provided by:
Emiliano Donadio
Dr. Don Roth
San Guillermo National Park, Argentinean National Park Administration, Argentina
Jan Truchot
David McKenzie

Videos provided by Emiliano Donadio and edited by Ali Grossman, UW TV

Research in San Guillermo National Park is supported by:
  • The University of Wyoming Program in Ecology  Summer Fellowships 2007 & 2008,
  • The University of Wyoming Department of Zoology
  • George E. Menkens Memorial Scholarship,
  • The University of Wyoming School of Natural Resources Plummer Scholarship.
  • The University of Wyoming Science Posse
  • National Geographic,
  • The Wildlife Conservation Society,
  • CREO,
  • American Society of Mammalogists Grant-in-Aid of Research,
  • Rufford Foundation Booster Grant,
  • The Cleveland Metropark Zoo and Idea Wild.
Logistical support for the research is provided by
  • The Argentinean National Park Service
  • The San Guillermo National Park Administration,
  • The Conservation Agency of San Juan Province

This Interactive Studies in Field Ecology module was made possible by
  • The University of Wyoming Science Posse Program supported by NSF G-K-12 grants #DGE-0538642 and #DGE-0841298,
  • The School of Energy Resources,
  • The University of Wyoming.

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