Projects by Year

Projects by year

Dalia Carolina Barragán Barrera

Panama

For the past 15 years, we have been documenting the life history of the bottlenose dolphins of Bocas. During this time, we have identified that this is a resident population of around 72 and 87 dolphins, genetically isolated, which is primarily found in Dolphin Bay, a critical area in the Archipelago for mothers-calves.
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Daniela Gomez

Argentina

The Rufous-Throated Dipper is endemic of the Austral Yungas. According to the IUCN, its categorization is VULNERABLE, whereas at a national scale it is THREATENED, with a declining in its population numbers (less than 2000 individuals).
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Dariia Shyriaieva

Ukraine

National Nature Park and Emerald Site “Buzkyi Gard” is located in the south-west part of Ukraine, on the southern edge of the Ukrainian Crystalline Massif. The Southern Bug River flows here between the steep rocky shores, forming a narrow canyon-shaped valley with majestic granite rocks, cliffs, dry grassland slopes, river rapids and unique granitic islands.
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Davidson Gomes Nogueira

Brazil

We will evaluate the ecological interactions between forest and streams, particularly the influence of fallen-fruits on aquatic biodiversity and food webs. We will be running three complementary experiments.
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Dayse Ferreira

Brazil

Hunting is an important resource for several tropical human populations for food as well as their livelihood. Despite the importance of hunting for food security for human communities, it is also a grave concern for biodiversity.
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Dedan Kabuu Ngatia

Kenya

This project seeks to explore the consequences for human and wildlife health of recent political upheaval in Kenya. In 2017, prolonged drought and political unrest prompted local pastoralists to move hundreds of thousands of cattle onto wildlife areas in Laikipia County, with 22 people killed in the resulting conflict1.
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Deo Tarimo

Tanzania

Big cats face serious threats and are experiencing massive declines in their populations and geographical ranges across the world (Ripple et al., 2014). To maintain biodiversity and ecosystem function in combination with the importance of resilient ecosystems, it is necessary to indicate that large carnivores and their habitats are maintained and restored (Ripple et al., 2014).
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Diego García Olaechea

Peru

Tropical Dry Forests (TDF) are among the most threatened and under-studied tropical forests in the world. Unlike tropical rainforests – which harbour a large number of species – TDF have extraordinary levels of endemism and species with restricted distributions and are under considerable threat from rapid conversion of forest lands for development.
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Donald Romaric Yehouenou Tessi

Benin

In recent years, effects of climate change have resulted to much more pressure on natural forest and the need for participative management for its conservation therefore arises. But in forest management, information gap can lead to bad management plan and action.
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