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SBC Ecotourism highlighted in UNT's Research Magazine

UNT SBC Program and Chemistry join in collaboration at UNT Cape Horn Field Station in Puerto Williams, Chile

In 2015 UNT Chemistry Department and the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation (SBC) Program are initiating an exciting new research collaboration to measure atmospheric contaminants in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. To formalize this collaboration that will begin field work in December 2015 in Puerto Williams, Chile, Dr. Ricardo Rozzi (Director of the SBC Program, Professor of Philosophy and Religion Studies), Dr. Guido Verbeck (Director of the UNT Laboratory of Imaging Mass Spectrometry and Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry), Phillip Mach (Chemistry doctoral student), Judy DeLay (Administrative Coordinator for the SBC Program at UNT), and Kelli Moses (International Coordinator for the SBC Program in Puerto Williams) met on February 19, 2015.

Journal selected in Top 20.

The PeerJ Feather paper has been selected as one of the top 20 PeerJ papers (out of 471) for 2014 and one of the co-authors of this journal is Dr. Ricardo Rozzi. For full journal, please click the link below.

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