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Alys Granados

Alys Granados

University of British Columbia

Alys Granados is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia. Her current field work is in Malaysian Borneo where she studies how selective logging alters interactions between plants and animals and how that influences forest regeneration. Alys uses camera traps and also excludes mammals from research plots in order to determine how their absence affects tree diversity. Previously, Alys interned at WCS Chile where she documented the activity of North American beavers in Karukinka Park, Tierra del Fuego.