Over the past couple of weeks I’ve gotten the opportunity to share the skills I’ve be gaining, with my supervisor and a couple other scientists. Raven Pro, Kaleidoscope, SongMeter are all very different softwares that are unfamiliar to researchers in Everglades, and the South Florida and Caribbean Inventory and Monitoring Network. It is quite rewarding to know that I am helping pave a new path in how data can be collected and analyzed. Acoustic ecology is still a relatively new field and I’m glad that the skills on gained during my internship in Alaska, last summer, are allowing me to make an impact at here at the SFCN.

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Written by Griselda Landa-Posas
So a bit about myself: I was born & raised in Colorado but I identify as a womyn of color and am of Mexican descent. I am currently a college student studying Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, and Ethnic Studies. Two of the things I love most is getting to spend time in nature and reading. I definitely view the outdoors and books as one of the finer things in life. My reading preferences are pretty widespread; I like reading historical fiction, fantasy, science fiction, classics and non-fiction. I also enjoy biking, swimming, drawing/painting, gardening, and just wandering and exploring new places. I am not a big fan of pop culture and don’t watch much television, although I do enjoy watching documentaries and traveling/cooking shows.