OTS Research Stations in Costa Rica.

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Support our recovery at La Selva after an unusual climatic event

May 31. On Saturday, May 19, tornado-like winds damaged the forest at the La Selva Research Station in Costa Rica, toppling hundreds of trees...Read more


Organization for Tropical Studies Announces winners of the 9th Annual Student Paper Award

April 10. This year’s winner is Benton N. Taylor from Columbia University for his paper “Nitrogen-fixing trees inhibit growth of regenerating Costa Rican rainforests” published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences...Read more


DataONE Welcomes the Organization for Tropical Studies NeoTropical Data Center to the Network

April 3. The Organization for Tropical Studies NeoTropical Data Center (OTS-NDC) is a major generator of data on tropical and subtropical ecosystems...Read more


Discurso de la Señora Vicepresidenta de Costa Rica, Ana Helena Chacón en conmemoración del 50 Aniversario de la Estación Biológica La Selva

Marzo 6. El día martes 6 de marzo del 2018, en el Museo Nacional de Costa Rica, iniciamos el año que conmemora el 50 Aniversario de la Estación Biológica La Selva. Contamos con la participación de más de 100 personas entre ellos, la Señora Vicepresidenta de la República, Ana Helena Chacón, la Señora Embajadora de Estados Unidos en Costa Rica, Sharon Day, además de amigos y aliados de la OET...Leer más


The Honorable Ambassador to Costa Rica, Sharon Day’s, remarks at OTS’ La Selva Research Station 50th Anniversary reception 

March 6. What an honor it is to be here with you tonight to mark this very important milestone of the 50th anniversary of the La Selva Research Station.  It is a milestone that is significant not only for the Organization of Tropical Studies (OTS) and the universities and researchers it represents, but also for the history of academic and scientific cooperation between the United States and Costa Rica...Read more


The Researcher who studies Anolis lizards

February 1. Research in my lab at the University of South Dakota broadly focuses on comparative biomechanics and the muscle physiology underlying animal movement and performance...Read more

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