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Applied Ecology - APPLECOL

Applied Ecology - APPLECOL

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Claudia Silva (2023) Direct and indirect effects of roads on leopards (Panthera pardus) movement. Master thesis, University of Lisbon (FCUL). Supervisor Clara Grilo
Ellen Fermin (2023) The role of road features for succesfull crossings on mammals worldwide. Master thesis, Federal University of Lavras (Brazil). Supervisor Clara Grilo
Pablo Medrano (2023) Wildlife Roadkill: species traits, spatial patterns, and climate change. PhD thesis, Reading University, UK. Suprervisors: Manuela González-Suárez & Clara Grilo
Filipa Matos Silva Martins (2021) Towards Next-generation Biodiversity Monitoring: Improving Freshwater Quality Assessment using DNA Metabarcoding. Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Paulo Célio Alves, Simon Jarman.
BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto
Francisco Nicolau Loureiro de Amorim (2020) Ecological impacts of changing riverine habitats on terrestrial species A case study with bats in a semi-arid region. Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Hugo Rebelo.
BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto
Helena Isabel Rio Maior Palma de Oliveira (2020) Behavioural and ecological determinants of large carnivore persistence in human-dominated landscapes: the case of wolves in northwest Iberia. Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Francisco Álvares.
BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto
Manuel Peixoto de Magalhães Lopes Lima (2020) Combining phylogeny, systematics and ecology to advance the conservation of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionida). Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Ana Filipa Filipe.
BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto
Vanessa Cristina Alves Mata (2020) Advancing metabarcoding techniques for the study of trophic interactions and ecosystem services in small vertebrates. Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Hugo Rebelo, GaryMcCracken (University of Tennessee, USA).
BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto
Rebecca Mateus Ramos de Campos (2019) DNA metabarcoding in terrestrial biodiversity assessment and monitoring: the case of nocturnal insects in NE Portugal. Mestrado em Ecologia e Gestão Ambiental, Universidade de Lisboa. Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Maria Filomena Magalhães (Universidade de Lisboa).
Frederico Mestre (2017) Synergistic effects of climate change and habitat fragmentation on species range shifts and metapopulation persistence. Doutoramento em Biologia, Universidade do Évora. Supervisors: Pedro Beja, Ricardo Pita, António Mira (Universidade de Évora).
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