Projects by Year

Projects by year

Thaddee Uwimana

Rwanda

In Rwanda data revealed that 47% of all pregnancies in the country are unintended and each year 37% of births are unplanned (Basniga P et al, 2012) this generate increasing pressure on existed area due to population density.
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Thinesh Thangadurai

India

Extensive reef degradation and recruitment failure have prompted scientists worldwide including in India to adopt restoration efforts to replenish degraded reefs. In the restoration effort, scientists secured fragments from injured colonies or recurring colonies from threatened inshore habitats to outplant them in the degraded site.
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Thong Pham Van

Vietnam

The project goal is providing scientific information on Bourret’s box turtle (Cuora bourreti) population status, threats, basic ecology to better in conservation the species and the other sympatric species within the park. Therefore, the proposed work will improve the conservation outlook for this species by greatly increasing our knowledge of the species’ occurrence, biology, and threats.
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Thuong Nguyen Huyen

Laos

Dixonius is a genus in the gecko family with only 8 published species in the world. The genus Dixonius was established by Bauer et al. (1997) for Asian gekkonids formerly placed in the genus Phyllodactylus, on the basis of morphology and its disjunctive distribution (Das, 2004).
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Tilak Thapamagar

Nepal

The Alpine musk deer is one of the indicator species of the alpine ecosystem and is listed as an Appendix I of CITES and Endangered in the IUCN Red List. This species is protected by the Government of Nepal because of the declining population trend in Nepal. The population of the species has been declining throughout its distribution range scattered over fragmented landscapes.
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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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