Edauri Navarro Pérez

Edauri Navarro Pérez
Arizona State University | ASU

PhD student

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Introduction
I am an ecologist, actually most interested in the biogeochemistry of soils with human impacts. In the past, I have worked with tree frogs in Costa Rica, plants and Maya's remnants in Belize, soils, and people in Puerto Rico and permafrost in Alaska. In fall 2018, I started a Ph.D. at Arizona State University in the Environmental Life Sciences Program. My current research focuses on how root structures affect soil restoration.

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Social and political policy, human activities, and environmental change affect the ways in which microbial communities assemble and interact with people. These factors determine how different social groups are exposed to beneficial and/ or harmful microorganisms, meaning microbial exposure has an important socio-ecological justice context. Therefor...
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Heavy metals from industry pose threats to human and environmental health. Microalgae are prime candidates to remove heavy metals from water and soil due to their metal-binding affinities, high growth rates, and contamination tolerance. Strain selection and composition of resulting contaminated biomass must be considered for downstream processing....
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The Central American red-eyed treefrog (Agalychnis callidryas) is a nocturnal/crepuscular frog that exhibits high population-level phenotypic variation in a suite of traits generally important in anuran communication. Females of this species demonstrate a preference for local over non-local males, although the contribution of different communicatio...

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