Research Highlights

The Curators of the NSRL, in collaboration with students and with other researchers from around the world, actively conduct field expeditions and projects that contribute to advancements in the biological sciences.  These research projects enhance our knowledge and understanding of biological diversity, biogeography, conservation, systematics and evolution, population genetics, zoonoses and emerging infectious diseases, ecotoxicology, and more.

Project Summaries:

Energetic Dimensions of Brazilian Free-tailed Bats (2016-present)

Potentially Endangered Cicurina Spiders from the San Antonio area (2013-2015)

Mammal Collections and Zoonoses (ongoing)

Wind Turbines and Bats: Research at the Reese Technology Center (2013-2015)

Biodiversity, Mammalian Evolution, and Disease Surveillance in Central Asia (2007)

Chornobyl Website (last updated 2007)

Mammal Species Diversity in Malaysia (2007)

Mammal Surveys on State-owned Lands (1996-1999)

Publications:

See each volume of NSRL News for the latest research publications by NSRL staff, students, and collaborators!