Projects by Year

Projects by year

Sapai Min

Myanmar

A survey of wildlife consumption levels and conservation awareness rates will be conducted over one year in three cities; Yangon, Mandalay and Tachileik will be chosen as the study sites. Yangon (16°51′N 96°11′E) is the former capital of Myanmar and the country's main center for infrastructure development apart from trade, industry, entertainment and tourism.
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Satemmenla Longchar

India

This research study will be conducted in the state of Nagaland, India, where it follows a unique conservation management system, 11% of the total forest cover owned by the government and the rest managed by tribal communities.
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Sayef Laamiri

Tunisia

Freshwater Bivalves of the Order Unionida, frequently referred as freshwater mussels or naiads, have a broad geographical distribution that includes all continents except Antarctica with more than 800 species described to date.
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Sergey Titov

Kazakhstan

The rarely seen and vulnerable species of moth mixed red underwing (Catocala deducta) was found in Pavlodar region. Its habitat are the poplar-willow floodplain forests of the Irtysh River - the only environment suitable for the survival of this and many other species In the prevailing steppes of the Pavlodar region.
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Serica Joy Compendio

Philippines

Among the other genera of Dipterocarpaceae, the study focuses only on selected Shorea species. However, unlike the other description of the family, the species from Negros Oriental was found to be rare due to the absence of fruit calyx on its nut.
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Shadia Kilwanila

Tanzania

Illegal bird trade for bushmeat is a growing conservation problem for many bird species including lovebirds in Tanzania. However, information on the scale of the trade, its socio-economic drivers and impact on the population of harvested bird species remains unknown, risking species decline without our knowledge. This project aims to bridge these knowledge gaps.
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Shahidullah Amn

Afghanistan

Frogs are facing mass extinction with half of the world's 4740 species in danger of extinction due to habitat loss, climate change, pollution and negligence by people. Being agriculture faculty at Nangarhar University I have frequently visited farmland and saw people applying lots of pesticide to control pest, which are the easy prey of frogs.
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Shambel Alemu Chengere

Ethiopia

The diverse geography of Ethiopia gives rise to wide range of habitat in which we can find many endemic plants and animals. This has resulted in wide variations in rainfall, humidity, and temperature because of which the country comprises ten ecosystems that range from Afro-alpine at the highest elevations to desert and semi-desert ecosystems at the lowest elevations.
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Shantanu Joshi

India

Biodiversity monitoring is essential in understanding how global issues like climate change, habitat loss, deforestation and pollution are affecting natural ecosystems, which will help to make informed conservation and management decisions. Freshwater ecosystems are most severely affected by above-mentioned threats and are in urgent need of attention.
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Simula Peres Maijo

Tanzania

Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) populations across Africa are dramatically declining (Estrada et al., 2017), mainly due to anthropogenic activities. As chimpanzees prefer areas with low disturbance intensities (Bryson-Morrison et al., 2017), only few studies have investigated how anthropogenic activities influence chimpanzee habitat use. While eastern chimpanzee (P. t.
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