Projects by Year

Projects by year

Estefania de los Angeles Boada Viteri

Ecuador

The Galapagos Islands have been recognized as one of the most important ecosystems in the world. Its fauna and their evolutionary history have caught the interest of scientists worldwide, thanks in part to the work of Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution by natural selection.
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Evan Nazareth

India

This project is unique due to its geographical location and the species of interest. It is also the first project in India that will focus on elasmobranch nurseries and use methods such as tagging and mark recapture to study juvenile Sharpnose Guitarfish in their habitats.
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Facundo Robino

Argentina

In the past, jaguars occurred throughout the Atlantic Forest (AF), but their current distribution has been greatly reduced, being relegated to a few fragments of original forest and showing a marked loss and fragmentation of their habitat.
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Fethi Bengil

Turkey

Our first and second projects provided an important preliminary understanding on ecology of cetaceans in the Aegean Sea on behalf of their conservation, besides providing opportunity to increase awareness of local community. Outputs of these projects and co-actions by stakeholders indicated also some serious scientific and social considerations on their conservation in Turkey.
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Firas Hayder

Tunisia

Considering that Africa is home to over 80 species of small carnivores (<20 kg), and that most of them have not been studied thoroughly, or not studied at all, there is clearly a huge gap in our knowledge of African small carnivores in particular, and their roles in ecosystem functioning in general.
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Flavia Caruso

Argentina,Bolivia

This study responds to the need to determine jaguar presence and functional habitat connectivity for the species between Baritú NP (BNP) and Tariquía National Reserve (TNR). The jaguar is listed as Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List.
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Franck Masudi Muenye Mali

Congo (Kinshasa)

The forests of the Congo Basin are rich in biodiversity, particularly amphibians, which are not well known in DR Congo, due to a lack of real expertise. The Kisangani region theoretically contains between 50 and 80 amphibian species, a proven diversity.
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Frans Reynecke

South Africa

Negative encounters with snakes have evoked a demand to reduce the abundance of these reptiles in certain areas as snakebite envenomation is currently classified under Category A of the Neglected Tropical diseases by the World Health Organization (World Health Organization 2019).
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Frederick Gyasi Damptey

Ghana

Considerable resources (funds, time and effort) have been invested in restoring an abandoned post-mining landscape into a community forest supposedly capable of providing ecological and cultural benefits to local communities in Ghana. Decades after restoration, the need for a systematic assessment is needed to evaluate the success of this project.
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Gabriel Felipe Peñaloza Bojacá

Colombia,Brazil

The genus Dendroceros is one of the most diverse among the hornworts, but in the Neotropics information on its diversity and ecology is scarce. To provide a classification on the state of conservation of the species, including their threats in the montane forests of Brazil and Colombia, may help us to protect and conserve these highly threatened species and their ecosystems.
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