Projects by Year

Projects by year

Winfred Eliezer Espejo Contreras


Microplastics are of global concern because of their threat to wildlife. Humboldt penguins are seabirds that only inhabit the coasts of Chile and southern Peru. They are vulnerable species and showing population decline.
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Woo Chee Yoong


Focused ecological research on a species can provide useful insights to their biological requirements, which can aid conservation management. Otters are keystone species in river, and wetland ecosystems via their trophic position as apex predators that can stabilize populations of fish and invertebrates, or alternatively, precipitate trophic cascades.
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Yamil Edgardo Di Blanco


So far, this project was geographically focused in two strictly protected areas, Copo and El Impenetrable National Parks. Each area covers around 1,200 km2 of continuous and wellpreserved forests, and both are considered core areas for the conservation of the remaining population of Giant armadillos in the region.
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Yasuní Chiriboga


The Galapagos Marine Reserve hosts one of the last remaining aggregations of sharks in the world, being the most touristic attraction of the islands. Despite this fact, little is known about their juvenile stage. Nursery grounds are key areas for the development of several species, as Carcharhinus limbatus.
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Zaira Lizbeth Esparza Rodríguez


In Mexico, information on the dimensions of primate trade is currently not well known. So, the knowledge of the insurances that are carried out in the country and the international imports and exports, help us to estimate the dynamics of the traffic and how it has changed in the last ten years.
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Zausa Diorne Marie-Aurore Koko

Ivory Coast

The project will focus on four forest areas in the Sud-Comoé region of south-eastern Côte d'Ivoire: (i) the Ehotilé Islands National Park; (ii) the classified forests of N'ganda N'ganda; (iii) Comoé 1 and (iv) Soumié.
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Zekeng Jules Christian


The conservation of plant diversity has become one of the most important objectives of managing forests in an ecologically sustainable way.
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Zewdu Kifle Aweke


Primates in Ethiopia are vulnerable to future decline throughout their ranges due to their proximity of habitats to human settlement and farmland areas. Currently, many primate species in Ethiopia live in suboptimal fragmented habitats of hostile matrices as the result of habitat loss and degradation and are highly vulnerable to risk of local extinction.
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Zinsou Cosme Koudenoukpo


The Pendjari River is the only permanent watercourse in the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve (PBR), often referred to as the Pendjari National Park (PNP), situated in the extreme north-west of Benin and is part of the ramsar site no. 1669.
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