Projects by Year

Projects by year

Busha Teshome Tolera


The remnant natural forests are still being converted and socio-economic disparities keep increasing to the detriment of rural areas of Ethiopia. Over decades, forest landscapes are being increasingly fragmented and resulting mosaic landscapes that have fragments of natural habitats. In response to this, the government has begun taking some measures to rehabilitate the degraded lands.
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Butati Nyundo


Primate populations across east Africa are declining primarily due to the presence of human activities in their habitats. Of late, Ntakata Forest is observed to be under growing frequent human disturbances due to expanding human settlements near the margins of the forest, impact of refugees and poor forest management strategies.
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Caleb Daniel Gnanaolivu


We intend to compare the change in species diversity of reptilian, avian and amphibian groups across a disturbance gradient in the Andaman Islands, using South and Little Andaman as study sites. Considering the extended exposure of South Andaman to tourism over the past few decades, it represents a system with high tourism pressure.
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Camila Arnés-Urgellés


The Galapagos Islands host large predator abundances, such as the scalloped hammerhead, Sphyrna lewini. This species is listed as ‘Endangered’ by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and it is included in the appendix II of the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) and appendix II of the Convention of Migratory species (CMS).
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Catherine Alves


Overfishing of marine ecosystems threatens biodiversity and the viability of fisheries. Marine reserves are designed to mitigate these impacts by restricting fishing access in select locations, but poaching and lack of enforcement limit their broader success.
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Charlene Jordane Piam Djomo


Deng-Deng National Park was recently created in 2010 in compensation for the construction of a dam that had significant negative impacts on the environment (Gonmadje et al., 2012).
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Charles Kivasu Maingi


The increasing utilization of forest products puts pressure to the Tana River Mangabey (Cercocebus galeritus) population and its habitat. The project will target selected riverine forest fragments within the Tana River Primate National Reserve (TRPNR), which are utilized by the local communities.
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Chefor Fotang


The Kom-Wum Forest Reserve (80km2) was created in 1951 in the North West Region of Cameroon (Sunderland & Mannaseh 2003). Since its creation, an increase in human population growth in the villages in and around the reserve has caused many local people to encroach into the reserve to exploit forest resources for their livelihood (Kah 2015).
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Chhimi Namgyal


Jigme Dorji National Park, situated in north-western part of Bhutan, is one of the biodiversity-rich protected areas in Bhutan and in the eastern Himalayas. It is the only park in Bhutan where the ‘endangered’ Royal Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris) and the ‘endangered’ Dhole (Cuon alpinus) are recorded to occur in areas above 4,000 meters above sea level.
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Chiara Guidino Bruce


Marine megafaunal bycatch, the accidental mortality and injury of non- target species, has been recognized since the 1970s as a major factor impacting marine megafaunal populations and their recovery.
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