Simon Tye

Simon is a former research student with Dr. Harner’s lab at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He has worked on several projects, including distributional records of Nebraska herpetofauna, documentation of bat day roosts, biodiversity associated with a North American beaver lodge, and dynamics of a naturally flowing river in New Mexico. Simon is currently applying for doctoral programs in the southwestern United States. Beyond academia, Simon enjoys competing in amateur cycling races, working in his garden, and fighting for social justice.

Simon's Work

While meeting with the Platte Basin Timelapse (PBT) team for the first time last fall, I realized the magnitude of their efforts to catalog the movement of water, temporal change in various habitats, and diverse organisms that reside in the Platte River Basin. Little did I know that this meeting would significantly affect my future […]