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Press Release 13-003
NSF Supports Global Research to Advance Science and Engineering for Sustainability

NSF's PIRE program enables international collaborations in research and education to advance scientific solutions to daunting global challenges

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Students cross a storm-swollen river in Gabon.

Crossing a storm-swollen river in Gabon as part of a project to develop an integrated framework for conserving central African biodiversity under climate change.

Credit: Nicola Anthony, University of New Orleans


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UCLA graduate Madeline Tiee works with Cameroonian students.

UCLA graduate Madeline Tiee works with Cameroonian students.

Credit: Madeline Tiee, UCLA


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Man walking through the swamps of Minkebe National Park in Gabon, Central Africa.

Trying to keep supplies dry while fording rivers to access remote areas of high biodiversity in Central Africa.

Credit: Nicola Anthony, University of New Orleans


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Students with equipment and boats on the Ogooué river in Gabon

Navigating the Ogooué river in Gabon to conduct a study of Central African rainforest antelope, or duikers, which involves sampling of fresh feces from the field and subsequent extraction of DNA in the laboratory to test hypotheses on the origin and diversification of this group of mammals.

Credit: Richard Rouyer, University of New Orleans


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