Aboard the “Super Bus” somewhere on Lake Tanganyika, 27 January 2018 As we approached Kalemie from the north several days ago, thankfully with no more mechanical issues, I could see prominent cell phone towers, large houses and buildings, and other clues that it is a relatively large city. We welcomed […]
I am very pleased to announce that my new book, Emerald Labyrinth: A Scientist’s Adventures in the Jungles of the Congo, is available for pre-order now. Five years in the making, this thoroughly researched book places my nine years of experience working in Congo as a biodiversity scientist into a […]
I am pleased to share the Youtube link for the exhibit video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLYpN_mMfSJWbXaeE5iPQdg
On February 11, 2016, the museum exhibit Emerald Abyss: 9 Years in the Congo, opened at the UTEP Centennial Museum. Check out the promotional video below.
On June 8th I will be departing from El Paso for the final expedition associated with my current grant from NSF (http://eligreenbaum.iss.utep.edu/service.htm). Please check back after that date to follow the expedition as it is happening in real time. UTEP students will be participating in the cybertaxonomy aspect of the […]
Miraculous Murchison 9 June 2014: Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo A very long and bumpy ride was necessary to travel from Kasese, the town just east of the Rwenzori Mountains, north to Murchison Falls NP. Along the way, our Ugandan colleague Mathias Behangana showed off his skills as a […]