Projects by Year

Projects by year

Abebayehu Aticho Mentsiro

Ethiopia

Wattled Cranes (WCs) are listed as a vulnerable species in IUCN red list. It is an endemic species to Africa and specialized to wetland habitats (Meine and Archibald 1996). The main populations of this species is exists in 11 African countries; Ethiopia, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa.
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Abel Musana

Rwanda

In Volcanoes National Park, resources have been invested in the construction and maintenance of physical barriers as direct human-wildlife conflict (HWC) mitigation strategy.
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Aca Đurđević

Serbia

Genuine opinion is that dragonflies are one of the most attractive groups of insects, but our knowledge about their distribution in Serbia is still modest. The final checklist of dragonflies for the country is probably incomplete since two new species have been discovered in the last decade.
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Adilson Pinedo

Mexico

Species of the big herbivorous insect family Cicadellidae (leafhoppers) have been used as indicators of healthy habitats due to high dispersion in beneficial environments. The mountain-complex of the Sierra Madre del Sur in Mexico is a long terrain poorly studied and is known to comprise many endemic species that depend on its floristic resources.
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Adrian Supetran

Philippines

Sibuyan Island is an oceanic island that has never been connected to any adjacent islands even during the Pleistocene. It is the second largest island of Romblon province and considered to be the “Galapagos of Asia” due to its rich biodiversity and high level of endemism. At the heart of the island is Mt.
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Aemro Mekonnen

Ethiopia

Distribution Pattern and Population Size of Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) in Ethiopia Common hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) is currently assessed as VULNERABLE by IUCN due to population decline across its range. Hippopotamus are regionally extinct in five African countries, and more regional extinctions are expected in many countries in the near future.
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Agnese Mancini

Mexico

Recent research has shown that using illuminated nets at specific light spectra reduces bycatch of marine turtles and other endangered species by over 50%. Specifically, in our study area (Baja California Sur, BCS, Mexico), LED lights have been tested and showed great potential to reduce bycatch of endangered species.
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Ahmed Shawky

Egypt

Because dugongs are seagrass specialists, understanding the interaction between dugongs and their seagrass habitats is crucial to their conservation. The habitat of the western coast of the Egyptian Red Sea representing in shallow bays with seagrass meadows is a suitable to the dugong.
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Aignon Lougbégnon Hyppolite

Benin

Human actions and climate change are the main threats to biodiversity. They cause the loss and fragmentation of natural habitats. Long term solution of the socio-economic challenges of the African continent will need to integrate the conservation of natural resources into the development.
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