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Submissions from 2015

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“Seguimos Siendo Indígenas” Una investigación sobre el discurso de los derechos y necesidades de la Comunidad Shipiba de Cantagallo como pueblo indígena en el contexto urbano de Lima., Janet Sanchez, Occidental College

Submissions from 2014

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Tabasará Libre: A Case Study of Development and Indigenous Rights, Katharine Evans, Wesleyan College

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Distribution of Ticks (Ixodida) of Canis lupus familiaris L. (Carnivora: Canidae) from Seven Towns in Chiriquí Province, Panamá, Michelle Ferrell, University of Richmond

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Impacts of land-cover change and high rainfall on soil erosion among three farms in Cerro Punta, Chiriquí, Panamá., Madeline Happ, College of Wooster

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Comparing Disease Prevalence in Hard Corals at Four Different Reefs near the Island of Narganá in the Guna Yala Comarca of Panamá, Connor Hinton, Gettysburg College

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Avian diversity across three distinct agricultural landscapes in Guadalupe, Chiriquí Highlands, Panama, Jarred Jones, Gettysburg College

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Evaluating the Progress of a Mangrove Reforestation Project on Isla Galeta, Colon, Abigail Hope Outterson, Skidmore College

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Oreaster reticulatus: A Study of 3 Aggregations in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Rae Robinson

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Trail Degradation in Parque Internacional la Amistad: An intersection of Design, Management and Use, Jordan Stark, Skidmore College

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Differences in the Diversity of FrogSpecies between Sierra Lloronaand El Valle, Panama, Kei Okabe Thurber, Tufts University

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Influencias Antropogénicas en el Mantenimiento de los Senderos en el género de Hormigas corta hojas Atta, Glen Zinck, Tufts University

Submissions from 2013

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Pollinator Habitat Availability and Diversity in Various Tropical Agroforestry Management Systems of Coffea Arabica in Santa Clara, Chiriqui, Julia Brokaw, Cornell University

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Carbon Can’t Buy Happiness: An Analysis of Ecological Footprints and Happiness of University Students in the City of David, Panama, Samantha Burlager, Macalester College

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The Need for a More Stable Cacao Industry, Lauren Griffith, Siena College

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Modernization and Its Effects in Loma Bonita: A Leap from Historical Subsistence Agriculture into the Precarious Commercial Market, Piper Halpin, University of Colorado At Boulder

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Abundancia y Diversidad de Las Mariposas en Los Senderos Del Parque Natural Metropolitano., Erin Josephitis, Rollins College

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Justicia ambiental contra la corriente: Un estudio del impacto, la influencia y el éxito de FUNDICCEP en Chiriquí, Gabby Queenan, Macalester College

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Los Agroquímicos usados en Las Plantaciones Bananeras y sus Efectos en el Agua, la Gente, y el Ambiente en la Comunidad de Changuinola, Bocas del Toro, Panamá., Daniela Rossi, Lehigh University

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Chiriquí, Panamá: Una Investigación del Esfuerzo Multi-Nivel que Aspira a Mejorar la Alimentación en Escuelas Primarias de Zonas Rurales y Urbanas, Ni cole Sofia Smallwood

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Densidad y Abundancia de conejo Pintado (Agouti paca): Tres Métodos de Estimación de la Población, John Zeiger, Cornell University

Submissions from 2012

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Geological Survey of Cueva Guhamra, Cassandra L. Baumgartner, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

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Cambiar el negocio de la Finca: Un Perfil del Agroturismo en la provincia de Herrera, Julianne Gagnon, Washington University in St. Louis

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Land Rights, Cultural Hybridization, and Self-determination of First Peoples A Case Study Among the Ngöbe of Western Panama, Clancy Jandreau, Colorado State University

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Assessment of Genetic Connectivity and Potential Management Plans for the Coral Reef Ecosystems of Guna Yala, Panama, Molly McEntee, Williams College

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Traditional Wild Protein Collection Techniques of the Naso People: On The Verge of Change, Caldwell Rohrbach, Gettysburg College

Submissions from 2011

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An Assessment of Icthyofauna and Artisanal Fishing From the Port of Pedregal in the Golfo de Chiriquí., Kathleen A. Carey, University of Connecticut

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El Manejo de Recursos Marinos en el Área de Yandub-Narganá, Kuna Yala: Estrategias, Objetivos y Dificultades, Hannah Marie Colton, Duke University

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This Land Is Our Land: The Ngöbe Stuggle for Land, Fran del Rosario, Univeristy of Richmond

Submissions from 2008

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Paradigms and Perceptions: A Chronology and Analysis of the Events of the Chan-75 Hydroelectric Project and the Roles and Relationships of Participants, Bocas del Toro, Panama, Jessica Barber, Oberlin College

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The Current State of Populations of Diadema antillarum on Isla Colón in Bocas del Toro, Panamá, 25 Years After Mass Mortality, Leah T. Ritz, Macalester College

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Calidad Química y Microbiológica del Agua y Acceso al Recurso Agua en la Comunidad de Solöng, Territorio Naso-Teribe, Bocas del Toro, Shira Wrightman, George Washington University

Submissions from 2007

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Cuando Viene el Agua: Percepciones de los Impactos Sociales del Proyecto Hidroeléctrico “Chan-75” en las Comunidades Ubicadas en la Cuenca del Río Changuinola, Bocas del Toro, Jeffery D. Stein, Wesleyan University

Submissions from 2006

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Los Impactos Socio-Económicos del Proyecto de Desarrollo Sostenible en la Entrada Norte del Canal de Panamá en la Comunidad de Cativá, Carey Pulverman, New York University

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El Arte Ngöbe de la Chácara: Su Significado Cultural y Potenciál Financiero en una Asociación de Artesanas, Danica Taber, University of Colorado at Boulder

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Ley y Desorden: La Participación, la Política, y la Planificación en el Archipiélago de Bocas del Toro, Sage E. Trombulak, Wesleyan University

Submissions from 2005

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The Survival of the Central American Squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedi): the habitat and behavior of a troop on the Burica Peninsula in a conservation context, Liana Burghardt, Carleton College

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Agroecology of the Naso-Teribe: The Management and Conservation of Traditional Agroecological Systems, Maisie Ganz, Tufts University

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Coral Reef Tourism and Conservation in Bocas del Toro: An Analysis of Ecotourism and its Tour Guide-Based Components, Rebecca Kayes, Wellesley College

Submissions from 2004

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Using the Trees to Understand the Forest: Evaluating the Risks of the Panama Canal Amplification Project, Caroline Gross, Harvard University