Projects by Year

Projects by year

Aimé Lucila Iglesias

Argentina

In north-western Patagonia, pine plantations are regionally distributed, and invasions are at an initial but rapidly growing stage. Invasion of tree species and particularly pines generates substantial impacts on biodiversity, ecosystems functioning and human livelihoods in many parts of the world.
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Aisha Uduman

Sri Lanka

A leading cause of large carnivore decline is human-carnivore conflict. Carnivores have protein-rich diets and large home ranges, drawing them into constant competition with humans who increasingly exhibit similar patterns.
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Akwasi Anokye

Ghana

The Critically Endangered West African slender-snouted crocodile (Mecistops cataphractus) is one of the world’s rarest and least studied crocodilians (Shirley, 2010). Although known to occur very sparsely in many West African countries, significant populations have been recorded in only Tai National Park, Côte d’Ivoire (M. Shirley, pers. comm.).
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Al John Cabañas

Philippines

This study hopes to establish the baseline information about the distribution, threats and habitat requirements of the Philippine warty-pig in Mt. Banahaw de Tayabas. Understanding the distribution and distributional relationships, threats and likely future management needs of this and other Philippine wild pig species is important for future conservation of this taxa.
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Albérico Queiroz

Brazil

The southern Bahia is one of the major centers of regional endemism in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and still harbors human-modified landscapes consisted of native forest remnants mainly surrounded by shade cacao plantations, eucalyptus or pastures.
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Alejandro Campuzano

Colombia

This project was built with the participation of the leaders of AATIZOT and it was agreed that the main objective of these project is to build through participate investigation and with the use of traditional ecological knowledge a management plan for the fish resources in Colombian Tiquie.
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Alejandro Reyes-González

Mexico

Bee diversity is still unknown in various regions of Mexico. Among these, there are bees of cultural and traditional interest, such as stingless bees (Apidae: Meliponini), which are also excellent native pollinators. In the State of Michoacan, it is important to generate knowledge on their distribution, population status and also to document the local knowledge and management of these insects.
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Alejandro Venegas-González

Chile

R. Recently there has been an emerging global phenomenon of increased tree mortality and decreased growth attributed to increased droughts and water deficits in different forest ecosystems (Allen et al., 2010).
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Alen Shakirov

Kazakhstan

At present, rivers, creeks and intermittent watercourses in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan meets serious environmental challenges: pollution by wastewaters, increased water intake, deforestation of floodplain forests, and emergence of spontaneous landfills, which leads to the extinction of indigenous species of animals (mainly fish).
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Alerick Pacay

Guatemala

This project is the third and the last step of the educational work I have been doing at the Guatemalan coastal communities. The last two years, I have conducted several environmental workshops for students and teachers with the financial support of the Rufford Foundation.
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