Projects by Year

Projects by year

Josué Jacob Martínez Noguez

Mexico

The Cirio / Boojum tree, Fouquieria columnaris (Kellogg) Kellogg ex Curran is an iconic and endemic species of the Sonoran Desert in Mexico; where it is distributed mainly in the central desert in Baja California and sites with a discontinuous distribution such as Sierra de San Francisco, Las Tres Vírgenes volcano complex in Baja California Sur, Ángel de la Guarda island and Sierra Bacha in Sonora
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Jovana Cvetković

Serbia

1. Forming a floristic list and assess the extent of the anthropogenic impact. “Lalinačka slatina“ saltmarsh is under strong anthropogenic pressure, because of hydromelioration, grazing, extensive agriculture and use of pesticides. The saltmarsh area is inhabited by large number of critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable and endemic taxa.
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Juan Arturo Mendoza Ramirez

Mexico

The complexity of social-ecological systems suggests the importance of the inclusion of stakeholders in the achievement of adaptive governance and co-management of the mountain wetlands, through activities that support the sharing of knowledge and experiences, rooted in favourable conditions for the cultivation of a culture of mutual respect, collaboration, trust and fairness.
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Juan Manuel de Luna Gonzalez

Mexico

This project aims to deepen the knowledge of the spiders in the El Cielo Biosphere Reserve which is located in the state of Tamaulipas in northeast Mexico. Our team will make a species’ list of the spiders in the reserve and start a referential collection to make new distributional records and to describe new species.
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Juan Sebastian Ayala

Colombia

We will conduct workshops with local communities of El Valle - Bahia Solano in Colombia to update and improve their knowledge and skills for nesting beach assessments.
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Julia Simões Damo

Brazil

One of the main threats to biodiversity is the introduction of alien species. Some species, when introduced outside their natural habitat, can have negative impacts on the environment and on the native biodiversity, being considered an invasive species. This is the case for species of the genus Callithrix, such as C. penicillata and C.
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June Munanie Mutinda

Kenya

The Eastern Mountain Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci) is a critically endangered large forest antelope that is endemic to Kenya and now restricted only in the mountain forest habitat in Kenyan highlands. The existing wild population, less than 100 individuals is greatly isolated and risk extirpation.
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Justus Mulinge Munywoki

Kenya

Drylands habitats harbour tremendous scientific, economic, and social importance. They support livelihoods for approximately one-quarter of the world's population. Unlike Afromontane and coastal forests, drylands habitat has attracted fewer studies in Kenya (Beentje, 1990; Young, 1984).
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Kadambari Deshpande

India

Bat conservation depends strongly on public awareness and appreciation of their ecosystem services to society. In the current times, fostering the right kind of awareness is critical for bats. This is highly relevant for countries like India, where bats receive little formal protection.
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Kamal Thapa

Nepal

Protected areas (PAs), such as national parks and wildlife reserves, are established to conserve biodiversity. Protected areas also yield economically valuable goods and services from natural, social and cultural capital (CBD, 2020) and are common destinations of nature-based tourism.
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