Exercise Creators
  • Prof. Lisa Naughton - Geography 339 instructor (University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)
  • Nora Alvarez-Berríos (PhD, University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras, Dept. of Environmental Sciences)
  • Mikaela Weisse (MS, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)

  • Cartographers & web designers
    This project was completed as part of Geography 575 (Interactive Cartography & Visualization) in Spring 2013.
  • Grace White (BS '13, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)
  • Mikaela Weisse (MS, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)
  • Masrudy Omri (BS '14, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)

  • Cartography & web design guidance
  • Prof. Robert E. Roth - Geography 575 instructor (University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)
  • Richard Donohue - Geography 575 TA (PhD, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)

  • 2018 Update & Improvement
  • Leanne Abraham (MS candidate, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)
  • Nicolle Etchart (PhD candidate, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography)

  • Financial Support
    Funding for this project came from the College of Agriculture & Life Science International Program (CALS IP) Science Internationalization Course Development Award program. Masarah Van Eyck (Director) provided expert guidance for our effort.

    Acknowledgements
  • NPR.org, Traveling Down The Amazon Road
  • Mongabay.com

    Disclaimer

    We designed this webpage primarily as an educational tool. The events and stakeholders we feature are inspired by actual events and people in Tambopata but we have simplified some stories and embellished others to optimize educational goals. We are grateful to our colleagues and friends in Madre de Dios for their generous participation. The stakeholder videos were all filmed with local approval and we have signed releases.

    Hemos diseñado esta página web principalmente como una herramienta educativa. Los eventos y personajes que presentamos están inspirados en hechos y personas reales de Tambopata, pero hemos simplificado algunas de las historias y adornado otras para optimizar los objetivos educativos. Agradecemos a nuestros colegas y amigos de Madre de Dios por su generosa participación. Los videos que presentamos fueron filmados con la aprobación de los participantes.