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Shelby Marra

My name is Shelby and I'm a senior at the University of Arizona. I'm a journalism student and I love creating content whether through writing, photography, videography or news! I was inspired by Humans of New York and created Humans of Tucson in hopes of showcasing and cataloging, through photographs and short stories, the vibrant faces of the desert dwellers in Tucson, Arizona. I will be graduating in May and hope to pursue a career as a television news reporter! Enjoy!
Shelby Marra has written 3 posts for EcoChronicle

Viewpoint: Causes behind illegal gold mining

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica – Although illegal gold mining has been an ongoing problem in Costa Rica for centuries, recently it has come back into the public eye. Juan Figuerola, an environmentalist and forestry engineer at the University of Costa Rica, worked in the Osa Peninsula area near the Corcovado National Park where most of … Continue reading

A nature walk through the Arenal Volcano National Park

A day in the life of a caterpillar chronicler

PALO VERDE NATIONAL PARK, Costa Rica – Dressed in a green tank top and tan cargo pants, 24-year-old graduate student Christina Bear looks ready to go. The University of Missouri-St. Louis doctoral student is in the heart of the Costa Rican wetlands at Palo Verde National Park to study plant and insect interaction. For the … Continue reading

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