We selected the La Selva biological station
in Costa Rica because it is in the tropical zone with humid tropical climate, with mean annual precipitation of 4 meters.
The ECO Classroom program brings groups of public school teachers from across the United States to CI's Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring (TEAM) Network's (www.teamnetwork.org) Volcan Barva site in La Selva Biological Station
and Braulio Carrillo National Park, Costa Rica.
Learn about some of the 2,000 species of plants, 135 reptiles and amphibians, 400 species of birds, and more than 100 mammals that call the La Selva Biological Station
Study site: The study was conducted during the wet season (June-August) of 2009 at La Selva Biological Station
(10[degrees]26' N-83[degrees]59' W), Sarapiqui, Heredia, Costa Rica.
This study examined the play behaviour in one group of coatis (Nasua narica) at La Selva Biological Station
in Costa Rica.
Realizing that the only way to save the bird was to save the forest it lives in, the conservation team identified the San Juan-La Selva Biological Corridor, a nearly 608,000 acre geographical area connecting the Indio Maiz Biological Reserve in southeastern Nicaragua with Costa Rica's La Selva Biological Station
in the north to the Barra del Colorado Wildlife Reserve and Tortuguero National Park on Costa Rica's Caribbean Coast.
of California, Los Angeles, are developing a network of wireless environmental sensors at the La Selva Biological Station
in north-central Costa Rica to generate data for estimating the exchange of C[O.sub.2] (carbon flux) in the tropical rain forest.
A field study of the relative aggressiveness of these ant genera was conducted at Santa Rosa National Park and the La Selva Biological Station
in Costa Rica during June, 2002.
Key words: Costa Rica; crown position; growth variation, tropical trees; La Selva Biological Station
, Costa Rica; life-history diversity; pioneers, tropical rain forest; shade tolerance; tropical rain forest tree demography and ecology.
In just one day, students at Baker Elementary School in Acworth, Georgia, saved 37 acres of rain forest, came face to face with a live boa constrictor and assisted scientists in experiments taking place live at La Selva Biological Station
in Costa Rica -- all without ever leaving their classroom.
The experiment took place in the lowland tropical rain forest at the La Selva Biological Station
, Costa Rica; see McDade et al.