Film Friday: Studying Wetlands in 85 Seconds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsUbuFAwjiA Today's Film Friday is a quick highlight of research on small wetlands in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Film Friday: Hyacinth on Tonle Sap Lake

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzSkjQNjYmM Today's Film Friday shows that water hyacinth isn't just a scourge of our study sites at home in California - we found it creating headaches across Read More…

Film Friday: Valuing Wetlands

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J991exBPli4 Today's Film Friday explores the important role of wetlands and shares findings from a study we participated in to assess the valuable services provided by small Read More…

Fluctuating Fish in a Cambodian Floodplain

Systems that experience flood pulses are often dynamic hotspots of biodiversity, and as such  can contribute great economic and cultural significance. The seasonally flooded Tonle Sap Lake Read More…

Mekong Adventures with the ARIS

The Mekong River is a challenging place for fisheries research due to its turbid waters, dynamic hydrology, and the often remote location of sampling sites. These challenges Read More…

A Vision for Migratory Fish in Cambodia

Migratory fish are the one of the many great wonders of the Mekong River. Every fall, these incredible fish undertake a massive migration in Cambodia out of Read More…

Conservation Storytelling

Nature is full of stories, and often the people working closely with nature are best suited to tell them. That was the premise of a two-day storytelling Read More…