Projects by Year

Projects by year

Andrea del Pilar Tarquino Carbonell

Argentina

Habitat fragmentation, caused by geological processes or human activity could create small, isolated patches, disrupting and causing local extinctions. Facing with this fact, is necessary inferring which factors affect small mammals dynamics and their ecosystem. The Red Viscacha Rat (RVR) is an octodontid rodent, endemic to the arid lands of central western Argentina.
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Andrej Gajić

Bosnia and Herzegovina

This project is based on the spatial and reproductive ecology and conservation biology of sharks, skates and rays (classis Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838) in the territorial waters of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Andrew Chilombo

Zambia

Zambia is about twice the size of Germany, and has a population projected to be about 18 million by 2020. It has about 175 National Forests and 305 Local Forests. A total of 20 National parks cover about 63,630Km2 (6,363,000ha), and 36 game management areas (GMAs) cover 167,557Km2 (16,755,700ha). About 66 percent is forest land.
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Andrii Plyha

Ukraine

The idea of the project is to protect last remnants of old oaks forests by mechanism of protection of Red List species which are living there. Such natural oak forests are poorly represented among pine plantations of Kyiv Polissya and mostly belong to “exploitative” forests due to commercial value.
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Angelamercy Baltazary

Tanzania

Wildlife livestock interaction is a complex phenomenon that results into competition for grazing areas and water (Prins, 2000; Atickem & Loe, 2013; Ogutu et al., 2016).
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Anh Nguyen

Vietnam

The Delacour’s Langur (Trachypithecus delacouri) is a limestone langur species that is only found in a small area of 5,000 km2 in northern Vietnam. Its historical distribution range includes remnant forest patches in Hoa Binh, Ha Nam, Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa, and Nghe An.
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Annery Serrano Rodríguez

Cuba

Biosphere reserves are an example of social-ecological systems that combine biodiversity conservation and socioeconomic development. However, there is a conflict between social development and biodiversity protection. On the other hand, many human land-uses (e.g.
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Antoine Marchal

South Africa

About two million years ago, our ancestors practiced persistence hunting, which consists of running down prey animals to exhaustion. Endurance running may have been crucial to the evolution of our anatomy. Beyond the physical performance, this type of hunting also involves the ability to read animal tracks using cognitive reasoning that may well be the origin of science.
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Antonio de la Torre de Lara

Mexico

One of the most important and studied jaguar populations in Mexico occurs in the Southern Mayan Forest, in the landscape known as Greater Lacandona Ecosystem (GLE). In 2011 (with the support of RSG), we estimated that protected areas of this region could contain an important population of jaguars, potentially the second largest one in Mexico.
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Arjun Adit

India

Floristic studies are crucial not only for identification and correct nomenclature of plants but also for compiling an inventory so that a realistic assessment of endemism is made, and regions are appropriately identified for conservation. Development of a checklist, providing updates on the current taxonomic status and nomenclature, is important for adequate implementation of CITES.
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