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Hydrology research takes student to top of the world


January 9, 2011

As part of a longitudinal study on the conservation of the Tibetan pika (Ochotona curzoniae), graduate student Max Wilson, from ASU's School of Life Sciences, has been conducting a series of hydrology experiments in the Tibetan plateau. His research aims to link the poisoning of pikas with runoff from the Tibetan plateau and, in turn, provide evidence for the conservation of one the world's most important keystone species.