Field Ecohydrology at Mpala

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Kelly’s Field Ecohydrology class at the Mpala Research Center was recently highlighted on the National Science Foundation website. The class is part of the Tropical Biology in Kenya semester organized by the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University. Kelly’s class is focusing on the feedback between hydrological processes and human activities and ensures that students develop practical skills and familiarity with interactions between humans and the environment.