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Maderas Rainforest Conservancy page
Ometepe Biological Field Station page
La Suerte Biological Field Station page
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This jewelry was handmade in Nicaragua from the flora of the area. In addition to supporting these artists, your purchase helps the Maderas Rainforest Conservancy's conservation and community initiatives such as providing the local community with veterinary help, conservation education, and reforestation projects.
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Phone: (305)666-9932 (9am - 5pm EST)
The Maderas Rainforest Conservancy
P.O. Box 55-7519
Miami Fl, 33255-7519
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The Maderas Rainforest Conservancy is in the constant process of maintaining a database of ecological research we have conducted at our field sites.
Click on any of the links to download
Ometepe GIS dataOmetepe Trails (JPG)
Ometepe data (xml & html)
Grid sampling of Ometepe cloud forestOmetepe cloud forest grid (html)
La Suerte GIS dataLa Suerte Trails (JPG)
La Suerte data (xml & html)
La Suerte (zip)
La Suerte Species dataLa Suerte Species list (xml)
La Suerte Species list (xml & html)
La Suerte Species list (xls)
Red-eyed tree frog data (La Suerte)Survey data for Red-eyed Tree Frogs (xml)
Survey data for Red-eyed Tree Frogs (xml & html)
Survey data for Red-eyed Tree Frogs (xls)
The Maderas Rainforest Conservancy contributes to global information sharing in order to add to the universal understanding of the ecological issues facing the planet. Research done at our sites has been posted at the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII).
The following links provide some extensive background on informations sharing:
Global Biodiversity Information Facility - www.gbif.org
Integrated Taxonomic Information System - www.itis.gov
INBio Costa Rica - www.inbio.ac.cr
U.S. Geological Survey - www.usgs.gov
From NBII: About the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII)
The National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) is a broad, collaborative program to provide increased access to data and information on the nation's biological resources. The NBII links diverse, high-quality biological databases, information products, and analytical tools maintained by NBII partners and other contributors in government agencies, academic institutions, non-government organizations, and private industry. NBII partners and collaborators also work on new standards, tools, and technologies that make it easier to find, integrate, and apply biological resources information. Resource managers, scientists, educators, and the general public use the NBII to answer a wide range of questions related to the management, use, or conservation of this nation's biological resources. The NBII Program is managed by the U.S. Geological Survey's Biological Informatics Office.
Here is the link to research at the NBII site were you will find several La Suerte and Ometepe metadata listings. Just search for “Ometepe” or “La Suerte” to find our projects at NBII.
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You can also fill out a PDF version as well.