Projects by Year

Projects by year

Bimal Raj Shrestha


The trans-Himalayan region in Nepal is unique in terms of biodiversity because of unique climate and geographical topography. Manang, one of the three districts that fall in trans-Himalayan region, is relatively well studied for its biodiversity. Yet, in depth, study on butterflies are very scanty.
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Branislav Dimitrov


The greatest part of Serbian hydrographic network is comprised of streams and small rivers. They are of invaluable significance due to functions their ecosystems perform: they represent drinking water resource, protect from floods and erosion, participate in water purification and are habitats of many rare and endemic species.
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Buyandelger Suuri


The Pallas’ cat is a threatened species in IUCN list. We captured 9 Pallas’s cats in Sukhbaatar province in April of 2017 and observed them every month. The breeding season, we observed 50 individuals of Pallas’s cat (adult and kitten) in a rocky area (~5 km2) in a day. But, we find just 3 individuals in the area in dispersal period.
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Camille Fritsch

South Africa

Hippopotamus amphibious (hippo) are an iconic species within South Africa, and throughout continental Africa. Not only do they have value in the tourism industry, but they also play an important role in their environment as ecosystem engineers.
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Camilo Loaiza Gómez


Environmental degradation by development works in the neotropic, especially in Colombia has been compensated creating environmental compensation areas.
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Carlos Herney Caceres Martínez


Given the contemporary processes of transformation, loss and fragmentation of natural habitats, the protected areas are becoming more and more isolated. However, many species require large areas that far exceed the size of these, which causes loss of individuals, genetic diversity, and affects the health of ecosystems, the ecological and evolutionary processes of species and their populations.
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Carlos Mauricio Delgado Martínez


The combined effects of climate change and human population growth are greatly affecting the availability of key resources such as water. Capacity to deal with the consequences of this phenomenon will define, in a large extent, the future of biodiversity and mankind.
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Charles Kilawe


The small, diurnal dwarf gecko, Lygodactylus williamsi is endemic to two small forests in the eastern central Tanzania. The species is territorial and exclusively dwells on screw pines (Pandanus rabaiensis).
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Chefor Fotang


The Nigeria-Cameroon (Pan troglodyes ellioti) is the rarest and most threatened sub-species of Chimpanzee. The ecology and behaviour of remaining populations in the North West region of Cameroon is unknown. Line transect, Wildlife Camera trapping, and collection of faeces samples will be employed as non-invasive research methods in this project.
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Christine Rose Coppinger


Where the potential of pollinator-supported NTFPs (such as honey) to support rural livelihoods have been widely acknowledged, an in depth assessment of the impacts of their exploitation has not been done.
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