Projects by Year

Projects by year

Mohamed Abdelaal


Matrouh Governorate hosts five endemic vascular plants which are exclusive of this area. These plant species are Allium mareoticum Bornm. & Gauba, Pancratium arabicum Sickenb., Bellevalia salah-eidii Täckh. & Boulos, Muscari albiflorum (Täckh. & Boulos) Hosni, Anthemis microsperma Boiss. & Kotschy and Sonchus macrocarpus Boulos & C.Jeffrey.
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Morgan Pfeiffer

South Africa

Locations recorded from GPS transmitters fitted on vultures will be used to identify roost sites. Two predictive models will be created; 1) a species distribution model to determine the probability of use of the study area and 2) a distribution model to estimate the probability of vultures flying at wind turbine height.
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Muhammad Asad


The common leopard Panthera pardus population is declining throughout its range and has been re-categorized from near threatened to vulnerable on the IUCN Red list 2016. In Pakistan the leopard is sparsely distributed throughout the country.
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Myo Min Thant


In Kyaik Htee Yoe Reserve Forest, a total of 119 species belonging to 57 families were identified. However, there are some threats to the forests such as improper and ineffective land use for the cultivation of agricultural crops, shifting cultivation, encroachment into forests, and indiscriminate cutting of forests in the nature reserves and national parks.
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Nedim Jukić

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is country with smallest percentage of protected territories in terms of their recognised natural or ecological values in the Balkan Peninsula but also in whole Europe as well. Checklist of mycobiota does not exist even for the protected areas.
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Nereyda Falconi


The Andean bear (Tremarctos ornatus) is an iconic species in the tropical Andes. Recent studies indicate that the majority of its range (~70%) is in Peru and Bolivia, but also indicated geographic areas where information on Andean bears is lacking (Wallace et al. 2014).
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Nikhil Whitaker


The Cauvery Delta on the south-east coast of India comprises rivers, dams, isolated water bodies, and man-made canals, a crucial source for agriculture in this region. Little of Marsh crocodile biology in the wild is known about. The level of anthropogenic disturbance, interactions between basking animals, time when entering /leaving the water, and size classes will be estimated.
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Niloufar Raeesi Chahartaghi


Despite the long background in protection since 1962, Bamou National Park (BNP) and its wildlife suffer from many conservation problems including habitat fragmentation, poaching, and human-wildlife conflict. Although BNP is a key habitat for endangered Persian leopard, the status of this carnivore is largely unknown within its borders.
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Nishikant Gupta


The project aims to conduct a survey to understand the distribution and population status of otters in Uttarakhand, India. To investigate the otter distribution, an indirect sign survey is proposed as the species are shy and nocturnal therefore, seldom observed in the wild (Hussain 1999; Nawab and Gautam 2008; Hussain et al. 2011; Nawab and Hussain 2012; Khan et al. 2014).
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Olivier Pasnin


The Mascarene Islands comprise of three islands of volcanic origin known as Mauritius (1865 km2), Rodrigues (104 km2) and Reunion (2512 km2) found in the middle of the Indian Ocean. All three islands have MPAs which were identified through participatory processes by looking mainly at coral and fish diversity.
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