Exploring the ecological niches and bioclimatic differences of the greater and lesser Capybara
Author(s): Jordan Kay1, Daniel Dudek2
1. Mirman School 2. Headwaters Science Institute
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Jordan Kay was one of our HRE participants extremely curious and passionate about Capybaras. Read his study to find out more about what he did in our research program! He was in 8th grade during the program.
Find out more about the Headwaters Research Experience here: https://headwatersscienceinstitute.org/science-camp/headwaters-research-experience/
What is the Headwaters Research Experience?
The Headwaters Research Experience (HRE) is a science education program that offers students an opportunity to design and conduct an original research project with the guidance of a professional scientist mentor. The program provides hands-on experience, networking opportunities, and life skills to help prepare students for college and careers in science. The program costs $1399 and includes access to the STEM Connections platform and alumni Discord server. It is considered a valuable opportunity for students looking to enhance their science education and professional network.
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- Kay, J., Dudek, D. (2023). Exploring the ecological niches and bioclimatic differences of the greater and lesser Capybara. Headwaters Science Institute, QUBES Educational Resources. doi:10.25334/38A9-BF87
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