Dr. Gene Paull

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Gwyn Carmean A teacher of the biological sciences and an avid naturalist, she has spent her life studying the wildlife of the Lower Rio Grande Valley and northeastern Mexico.

Contributed Articles:

  • Insects
  • Butterflies
Website: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gwynie3219/
A conservationist focusing on restoration ecology and coastal wetland ecology, he is a founding member of Tamoanchan Conservación A.C.

Contributed Article:

  • Plants and Salt (Las Plantas y La sal)
Ing. Clemente Rendón de la Garza Born in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, he went to high school at el Ateneo Fuente de Saltillo and graduated from Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in Monterrey. He has been the Historian of Matamoros since 1996.

Contributed Article:

  • Exploration and Early Settlements of the Delta
A member of the biology faculty at The University of Texas at Brownsville, he has served as chairman of the Cameron County Historical Commission and the Brownsville Historical Association, and is the President/CEO of the Gorgas Science Foundation.

Contributed Articles:

  • Preface (Prefacio)
  • Introduction (Introducción)
Larry Ditto Retired from a career as Refuge Manager in the National Wildlife Refuge System, he is a professional nature photographer, workshop lecturer, and private lands consultant on commercial wildlife photography.

Contributed Article:

  • The Wildlife Corridor
Website: http://larryditto.com/
Mike Farmer Eventually becoming National Audubon Society’s Texas Coast Sanctuaries Manager during the 1990s, he has spent over 15 years on Green Island and the Laguna Madre studying Reddish Egrets and other colonial waterbirds.

Contributed Article:

  • Green Island
Dr. Alejandro Fierro A conservationist focusing on restoration ecology and coastal wetland ecology, he is a founding member of Tamoanchan Conservación A.C.

Contributed Article:

  • Plants and Salt (Las Plantas y La sal)
Seth Patterson A passionate naturalist and self-taught photographer, Seth Patterson has spent many years exploring and documenting the biodiversity of south Texas and northeastern Mexico. He presently works as a field photographer for Gorgas Science Foundation.

Contributed Articles:

  • The Animals
  • Invertebrates
  • Freshwater Fish
  • Marine Fish
  • Mexican Burrowing Toad
  • Black-spotted Newt
  • Texas Tortoise
  • Birds
  • Green Jay
  • Mammals
  • Javelina
  • Marine Mammals
Website: http://wildsnap.com/
Dr. David Hicks A marine biologist, his primary interests encompass the evolution, ecology, environmental physiology, and functional morphology of marine invertebrates, particularly mollusks

Contributed Articles:

  • Laguna Madre
  • South Bay
  • Bahia Grande
  • Mangroves
  • Sea of Grasses
Website: http://blue.utb.edu/dhicks/
Dr. Gene Paull Chair of the Chemistry and Environmental Sciences Department at The University of Texas at Brownsville, he has been conducting environmental research in the Lower Rio Grande Valley and northeastern Mexico since 1975.

Contributed Articles:

  • A Land of Two Seasons
  • Climate
  • Tropical Moisture in an Arid Land
  • The Delta
  • Geology
  • Hill Country of the Lower Rio Grande Valley
  • Touch of the Tropics
  • Oceanic Tides Rework the Land
  • The Rio Grande Reaches the Gulf of Mexico
  • Barrier Islands
  • Prehistory
  • Natural Vegetation
Website: http://www.pbase.com/lahuasteca

 

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