Andrew Short

A Muddy Detour on the Road to Guyana’s Rupununi Savannah

Dr. Andrew Short is a National Geographic Explorer and an assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Andrew uses aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity in South America to inform both science and conservation most recently in the uncharted Rupununi Savannah in Guyana. Get…

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A Muddy Detour on the Road to Guyana’s Rupununi Savannah

Dr. Andrew Short is a National Geographic Explorer and an assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Andrew uses aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity in South America to inform both science and conservation most recently in the uncharted Rupununi Savannah in Guyana. Get…

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A Muddy Detour on the Road to Guyana’s Rupununi Savannah

Dr. Andrew Short is a National Geographic Explorer and an assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Andrew uses aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity in South America to inform both science and conservation most recently in the uncharted Rupununi Savannah in Guyana. Get…

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A Dream Team of International Scientists Explore Uncharted Wilderness in Guyana

Dr. Andrew Short is a National Geographic Explorer and an assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short uses aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity in South America to inform both science and conservation.  —- Today, an international team arrived in southern Guyana, near…

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A Dream Team of International Scientists Explore Uncharted Wilderness in Guyana

Dr. Andrew Short is a National Geographic Explorer and an assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short uses aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity in South America to inform both science and conservation.  —- Today, an international team arrived in southern Guyana, near…

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A Dream Team of International Scientists Explore Uncharted Wilderness in Guyana

Dr. Andrew Short is a National Geographic Explorer and an assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short uses aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity in South America to inform both science and conservation.  —- Today, an international team arrived in southern Guyana, near…

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Inside a Scientific SWAT Team: On the Front Lines of Biodiversity Discovery & Conservation

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– We signaled to the pilots it was a go….

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Inside a Scientific SWAT Team: On the Front Lines of Biodiversity Discovery & Conservation

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– We signaled to the pilots it was a go….

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Inside a Scientific SWAT Team: On the Front Lines of Biodiversity Discovery & Conservation

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– We signaled to the pilots it was a go….

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Beetle-Mania! And a Field Season Farewell

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– I’ve mentioned waterfalls a few times in previous posts,…

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Beetle-Mania! And a Field Season Farewell

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– I’ve mentioned waterfalls a few times in previous posts,…

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Beetle-Mania! And a Field Season Farewell

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– I’ve mentioned waterfalls a few times in previous posts,…

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New Plant and Insect Species Found in Tepui Paradise

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– Before I write any further, I want to introduce…

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New Plant and Insect Species Found in Tepui Paradise

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– Before I write any further, I want to introduce…

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New Plant and Insect Species Found in Tepui Paradise

Andrew Short is a National Geographic Grantee and assistant professor of
 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. An entomologist by training, Short is currently in Suriname, South America searching for aquatic insects to study patterns of freshwater biodiversity that will inform both science and conservation.  —– Before I write any further, I want to introduce…

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