Projects by Year

Projects by year

Tran Thi Ngoc Lan

Vietnam

The Delacour’s langur (Trachypithecus delacouri) is endemic to Vietnam and listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN and among the World’s 25 Most Endangered Primates (Mittermeier, 2012).
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Tran Van Dung

Vietnam

The genus Paramesotriton is known as Asian warty newts, and endemic to China and northern Vietnam (Wu et al., 2009; Sparreboom, 2014). In Vietnam, there are two species distributed in the northern part of the country, including P. guangxiensis and P. deloustali (Nguyen et al., 2009; Pham et al., 2017).
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Tsetagho Guilain

Cameroon

Understanding the species ecology, behaviour and sensitivity to environmental change are important to minimise the consequences of these changes on biodiversity loss. Then, if we can predict how species will respond, we can adapt management practices (e.g. connecting protected areas) for a proper conservation.
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Tshering Dendup

Bhutan

Acoustic identification of flying bats is a vital component in an acoustic bat survey by using bat detectors, which is increasing popular in studying distribution, activity level and habitat usage of insectivorous bats.
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Tulsi Ram Subedi

Nepal

Owing to ongoing moderately rapid population declines of Bearded Vulture (BV) in the last three generations (53.4 years), this species is now listed as a near-threatened species in the IUCN Red List (BirdLife, 2019) and nationally vulnerable species in Nepal (Inskipp et al. 2016).
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Tutilo Mudumba

Uganda

This project focuses its efforts at one key site for carnivore conservation in Uganda, the Murchison Falls National Park (MFNP) and Pakwach town on the northern periphery of the park. MFNP is the largest National Park in Uganda yet holds the smallest population of lions and hyaenas in Uganda.
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Van Dinh

Vietnam

Rosewoods (Dalbergia) is among the most threatened plants in Vietnam due to high demand from illegal trade and logging. All of rosewood that naturally distribute in Vietnam are listed protected species by Government of Vietnam. Globally, the rosewoods are as vulnerable or endangered by IUCN.
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Vanessa de Paula Guimarães Lopes

Brazil

The Rio Doce State Park (PERD) is the first state Conservation Unit (UC) created, contains the largest remnant of Atlantic Forest in Minas Gerais (MG) – Brazil and it's one of the world's leading biodiversity hotspots. This park is local that suffered/suffers due to the industrial disaster involving iron ore tailings dam that caused one of the biggest environmental disasters in Brazil's history.
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Vanessa Gabrielle Nóbrega Gomes

Brazil

Nearly 1/3 of all cacti species in the world are at risk of extinction. In Brazil, Cactaceae is one of the 10 most endangered families from the national flora. The main threats are consequences from human activities, habitat destruction, collection activities and ilegal trade of specimens and seeds.
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Vinni Jain

India

In India, smooth-coated (Lutrogale perspicillata; IUCN Status: Vulnerable) and Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra; IUCN Status: Near Threatened) face an extremely uncertain future, with a high risk of local extinction outside protected areas (PAs). Their populations are threatened due to habitat loss, modification, and fragmentation, as well as hunting, poaching, and conflict with humans.
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