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Working Group Co-Leads

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Mark CostelloUniversity of Auckland

Country or Region: New Zealand
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Jens KattgeMax Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global

Working Group Statistics

Realm studied
Earth Observation approach
Gender Balance

59.7%
Male

33.1%
Female

Geographic Zone studied
Geographic zone studied in detail

181 Working Group Members

Species Traits
First name Last name Institute Country or Region Realm studied Earth Observation Working Group Observation Network
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Franziska SchrodtUniversity of Nottingham

Country or Region: United Kingdom
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Robert GuralnickFlorida Museum of Natural History

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Petteri VihervaaraFinnish Environment Institute

Country or Region: Finland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Hannes FeilhauerFAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Gary GellerJet Propulsion Laboratory

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Pedro J. LeitãoTechnische Universität Braunschweig

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Kate HeMurray State University

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Roshanak DarvishzadehUniversity of Twente

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Aidin NiamirSenckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Institute

Biodiversity & Climate, Models & Scenarios, Science & Policy, Malbec & Edam & Beethoven et al. @Senckenberg @Geobiodiversity @IPBES @GEO_Essential @ISIMIPImpacts @GEOBON_org #SDGs
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Pedro López del CastilloTurquino National Park

Country or Region: Cuba
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Carribbean
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Andrew SkidmoreUniversity of Twente

Interested in remote sensing and EBVs. More information on my homepage
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Mark CostelloUniversity of Auckland

Country or Region: New Zealand
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Frank Muller-KargerUniversity of South Florida

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Nicolas Urbina-CardonaPontificia Universidad Javeriana

He works for Pontificia Universidad Javeriana at Bogota, Colombia. His realm study is funcional-compositional diversities along land use-cover gradients in Neotropical terrestrial ecosystems
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Cornelia KrugUniversity of Zurich

Country or Region: Switzerland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South Africa, Central and Western Europe
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Cate Macinnis-NgUniversity of Auckland

I am a plant ecophysiologist interested in interactions between global change and plant processes such as water use and carbon uptake.
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Aimee ClassenUniversity of Vermont

I am an ecosystem, soil and global change ecologist and my work focuses on how shifting biotic (e.g., biodiversity) and abiotic (e.g., temperature) factors impact ecosystem function.
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Chan-ho ParkNational Institute of Biological Resources (NIBR)

Country or Region: South Korea
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: Oceania, South-East Asia, North-East Asia, South Asia
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Tanya Mc RedmondOnline learning

Hi all I'm Tanya I'm studying Wildlife conservation and management course at the moment. Hoping to open a wildlife rescue shelter next year at home.
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HyeJin KimGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)

I am a researcher/practitioner at iDiv and GEOBON pursuing my PhD in IPBES Nature Futures scenarios. I am broadly interested in science integration, conservation evidence and transformative change.
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W. Daniel KisslingInstitute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam

I am an Associate Professor of Quantitative Biodiversity Science at the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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Jb MihoubSorbonne Université

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Rehan Ul HaqUVAS

I am Rehan, a Pakistani national, I completed my PhD from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand in Natural Resources Management. Research areas: wildlife populations, forestry, wildlife crime.
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Yun CaoNanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences (NIES)

Country or Region: China
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied:
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Chenbin WangNanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences (NIES)

Country or Region: China
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied:
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Jens KattgeMax Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Jiaqi LiNanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences (NIES)

Country or Region: China
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: North-East Asia
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Liping LiInstitute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth

Country or Region: China
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Western Asia, Central Asia
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Gulab KhedkarDr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University

I am a molecular ecologist working with various aquatic ecosystems in India. My research is focused on population genetics of various organisms.
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Biju KumarUniversity of Kerala

Academician and researcher working on freshwater and marine biodiversity, with special focus on species distributions, phylogeography and ecosystem function. Area of research is the Western Ghats.
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Muddula Krishna NaranjiAndhra University

Ph.D in Marine Biology and Fisheries from Andra University, Andra Pradesh, India.
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Wilfried ThuillerCNRS - Université Grenoble Alpes

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Giorgio VacchianoUniversità di Milano

Assistant professor in forest management and planning
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Fernando G. BeckerUniversidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Dimitris PoursanidisFoundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (Forth)

Country or Region: Greece
Realm studied: Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North Africa, Western Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Central and Western Europe, Mediterranean
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Eva ChatzinikolaouHellenic Centre for Marine Research

Country or Region: Greece
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe, Mediterranean Sea
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Klaus HenleHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: Oceania, Central and Western Europe, Australia
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Bibiana GomezInstituto Humboldt

Country or Region: Colombia
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Jamie KassOkinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University

I am a biogeographer interested in modeling species niches and distributions, measuring variability of communities over time, and mapping biodiversity.
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Rebecca HarrisUniversity of Tasmania

My principal research interests are in the areas of conservation management and climate change impacts on natural and human systems. Recently my research has focused on the impact of climate variability and extreme events on natural ecosystems.
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Astrid Schmidt-KloiberBOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

Freshwater scientist with focus on rivers & invertebrates; main fields of work include meta(data) management, data mobilisation as well as science communication. I am editor of the Freshwater Information Platform and the freshwaterecology.info
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Billie SwallaFriday Harbor Laboratories; University of Washington

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Pacific Ocean, Salish Sea
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Wendy MonkEnvironment and Climate Change Canada

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Central and Western Europe
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Jeannine Cavender-BaresUniversity of Minnesota

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America
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Bette LoiselleUniversity of Florida

Our work focuses on understanding how animals, especially birds, provide critical ecological services in tropical forests. In particular, we focus on animal-mediated seed dispersal and its consequences for plant populations.
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Andrew RomingerSanta Fe Institute

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Erika PodestJet Propulsion Laboratory

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Ingolf KühnHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Michael OrrInstitute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Postdoc Fellow at Chinese Academy of Sciences. Bee Systematics, Natural History, and everything in between.
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Bill KuninUniversity of Leeds

Interests include: Rare plants and pollinators, Spatial scaling of abundance & diversity.
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Francis JuanesUniversity of Victoria

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America
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Isa ElegbedeBrandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU)

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Julian OldenUniversity of Washington

My research program spans multiple levels of biological organization and modes of inquiry to advance the science and practice of conserving freshwater ecosystems. My principal interests include ecohydrology (dams, environmental flows).
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Camilo Roa-FuentesPedagogical and Technological University of Colombia (UPTC)

Country or Region: Colombia
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Ryan PavlickJet Propulsion Laboratory

Research Technologist at NASA/JPL, remote sensing of plant function traits/diversity (AVIRIS/SBG) and solar-induced fluorescence (CFIS/OCO-3), interested in remote sensing/in-situ integration
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Jackson ChuMemorial University of Newfoundland

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean
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Carmen Mifsud Environment and Resources Authority (ERA)

I work at the Environment Resource Authority, where I have been working on marine issues for more than 18 years particularly on marine biodiversity. Currently working in enforcement. Have worked on various Multilateral Environment Agreements includi
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Anton van de PutteRoyal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

My interest is in providing open access to Southern Ocean and Antarctic biodiversity from the microbial to the whales. In this capacity I manage the SCAR biodiversity Portal (data.biodiversity.aq)
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Hanieh SaeediSenckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Institute

I am interested in understanding the driving ecological and evolutionary process which shape the biodiversity patterns and biogeography of the marine species (shallow and deep-sea), and also in predicting how species richness and distribution ranges
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Rosaleen MarchLeiden University

I am currently studying temporal dynamics of vegetation traits and functional diversity using remote sensing. I am also interested in distribution modeling and responses to change and disturbance.
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Arturo AriñoUniversity of Navarra

Working on global-scale assessments of biodiversity data. Director of the Department of Environmental Biology. Interested in patterns.
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Ancuta FedorcaNational Research and Development Institute in Forestry Marin Dracea

My work is on connectivity and conservation, evolutionary processes, and species’ spatial patterns to provide useful information for biodiversity management.
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Athina PapatheodoulouI.A.CO Environmental & Water Consultants Ltd

Country or Region: Cyprus
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: Eastern Europe
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Claire O'NeillEarthwise Aware

I am the founder of Earthwise Aware, a Nature conservation organization focused on ecological literacy, ethics & leadership. CitSci is a means for us to supply scientific data & to engage the public.
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Gordon LuikartUniversity of Montana

Research interests in conservation biology, population genetics, and ecology. Research focuses on applications of genetics to the conservation of natural and managed populations.
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Oscar Daniel BeltránInstitute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies (IDEAM)

Hi, I'm the GEO-Colombia contact, glad to work with EO Data, training and research.
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Magnolia LongoUniversidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano

Country or Region: Colombia
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Bernhard SchmidUniversity of Zurich

Country or Region: Switzerland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North-East Asia, South Asia, Central and Western Europe
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Lluís BrotonsInForest JRU, CTFC-CREAF

Country or Region: Spain
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe, Mediterranean
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Zacharie Sohoul'Institut de Recherches Halieutiques et Océanologiques du Bénin (IRHOB)

Work on Marine Biodiversity and Stock assessment.
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Li ShiInner Mongolia Agricultural University

Entomologist, do research combining taxonomy of flies, biodiversity, geography and ecology. I go to the field about three months each year. Try to use insects as indicators of environmental changes.
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Samantha CaponGriffith University

I am an ecologist with a background in the ecology and management of riverine and wetland landscapes, especially their vegetation and particularly in dryland regions. Much of my work focuses on informing water and land management.
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Andreas BruderUniversity of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland

I'm studying aquatic microbial ecology in streams and alpine catchments with a food-web perspective and a focus on aquatic fungi and insects.
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Emilio CivantosCIBIO-InBIO

I perform multidisciplinary research aiming at providing the scientific knowledge needed for understanding fundamental ecological and evolutionary processes that control the origins and maintenance of biological diversity.
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Ammie KalanMax Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: East Africa and adjacent islands, Central Africa, West Africa
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Talie MusaviMax Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

I'm an Plant Ecologist interested in the interaction between plants and their environment. In particular, on the ecosystem scale how plants can mediate biosphere-atmosphere feedback.
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Lal RamlianaPachhunga University College

working on freshwater fish of northeast India, particularly Mizoram, India
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Iñaki Garcia de Cortazar-AtauriINRA

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Peter KullbergFinnish Environment Institute

Country or Region: Finland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Ana ColacoUniversity of the Azores (IMAR)

Country or Region: Portugal
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Cecilia MasemolaCouncil for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

Cecilia Masemola is a PhD candidate from the University of South Africa. Her primary research interest in ecological and environmental modelling using Earth Observation or remote sensing data.
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Damaris ZurellHumboldt-Universität zu Berlin

I am mainly interested in improving our predictive understanding of biodiversity. My research integrates diverse modelling approaches at diverse ecological levels to achieve this goal.
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Etienne LalibertéUniversity of Montreal

Associate Professor in Plant Functional Ecology @IRBV, UdeM. Canada Research Chair in Plant Funtional Ecology. Principal Investigator, Canadian Airborne Biodiversity Observatory.
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Xinghu QinUniversity of St Andrews

I am working on linking biodiversity levels using a community genetics approach.
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Maickel ArmenterosUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Formerly at University of Havana. Currently, posdoc at ICML (UNAM, Mexico). Main research topic: Ecology and diversity of marine meiofauna with focus on nematodes. Also work on mollusks and forams
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Jaime RodriguezCooperativa Cientifica Boliviana

Country or Region: Bolivia
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Maria J. I. BrionesUniversity of Vigo

Country or Region: Spain
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Peter MortimerKunming Institute of Botany, CAS

Country or Region: China
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South Africa, South-East Asia, North-East Asia
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Erica LuminiNational Research Council (CNR), Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection -IPSP

I am an environmental microbiologist: focus on plant-soil microbial interactions/symbioses,impact on plant growth; meta-barcoding of soil microbiota in natural ecosystems and agricultural environments.
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Anton PotapovUniversity of Göttingen, Institute of Zoology and Anthropology

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Eveliina KallioniemiNorwegian Biodiversity Information Centre

Country or Region: Norway
Realm studied:
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Geographic zone studied:
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Alokendu PatnaikWageningen Environmental Research

I would describe myself as a realistic optimist, practical and caring person. I have am a fast learner and adapt to challenges effectively. I am very social and inclusive person.
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Kakha NadiradzeDesertNet International UNCCD

Dr. Kakha Nadiradze as President of the Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD Georgia is a certified practitioner of Agriculture, in the field of Food Safety, Environment protection, Plants and Animals AgroBiodiversity conservation.
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Nicolas FaninINRAE

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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César MarínO'Higgins University

Dr. Ecology/Evolution. Posdoctoral Researcher in the University of O'Higgins, Chile. Soil Ecologist. Founder of the South Amrican Mycorrhizal Research Network. See cesar-marin.com
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Erin CameronSaint Mary's University

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Jessica DuchicelaUniversidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE

Country or Region: Ecuador
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Jorge Ari NoriegaLos Andes University

I am a community ecologist working in functional ecology in the Tropics and Palearctic region. I use dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) as an indicator tool to quantify ecosystem services and environmental impact caused by humans.
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Brajesh SinghWestern Sydney University

My research identifies the quantitative relationships between biodiversity and ecosystem functions and how natural/anthropogenic pressures such as land-use change and climate change affects these.
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Franziska TaubertHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)

https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=36648
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David ElliottUniversity of Derby

Soil microbial ecologist focusing on drylands and peatlands. Interest in big data approaches in long-term ecology and ecosystem assessment.
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Pablo García-PalaciosRey Juan Carlos University

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Andrea PazCity University of New York

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied:
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Zoë LindoUniversity of Western Ontario

Soil ecologist working in forests and peatlands in Canada.
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John WieczorekUniversity of California, Berkeley

Convenor, Darwin Core Maintenance Group, Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG)
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Roberto O. ChávezPontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso

Forestry engineer and PhD in geo-information science and remote sensing, head of the GRS Lab. I am developing the first Chilean phenological network as EBV using remote sensing and phenocams.
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Global Seaweeds Costal FuturesGlobal Seaweeds Coastal Futures project

Country or Region: Australia
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Jairo Perez-TorresPontificia Universidad Javeriana

Know and understand the functional diversity of mammals, their ecological importance, and its relationship to ecosystem services. Mechanisms that regulate the structure of the local assembly of mammals.
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Chloe PeneauxUniversity of Newcastle

PhD student at the University of Newcastle. Current research focused on carotenoid signalling and diet quality in urban bird communities.
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Amos Kabo-BahUniversity of Energy and Natural Resources

Dr. Kabo-bah is currently a Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) – Sunyani-Ghana. Formerly, he was the Head of Department for Energy and Environment
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Wei YangChiba University

Country or Region: Japan
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Juraj SvajdaMatej Bel University

Species and protected areas management, climate change, tourism impact, ecosystem services, human dimension of natural resources management.
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Serkan GülRecep Tayyip Erdoğan University

I am a researcher that studies on amphibians and reptiles in Turkey. I am interest in ecology and phylogeny of them, and also I focus on their distribution patterns using ecological niche modelling.
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Eleonora CelentanoUniversity of the Republic, Uruguay - Marine Science Laboratory (UNDECIMAR)

Country or Region: Uruguay
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Carlos BarbozaThe Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

I'm interested in the patterns and processes controlling the distribution and abundance of invertebrates at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Brittle stars (Echinodermata) and the macrofauna from sandy beaches are models used in my research.
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Cesar CordeiroFederal Fluminense University

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Michael KearneyThe University of Melbourne

Country or Region: Australia
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Bryan McleanUniversity of North Carolina Greensboro

I am an evolutionary biologist and ecologist interested in mammals, host-parasite relationships, and the responses of these systems to past and present environmental change.
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Kimberly CookIndiana University

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: N.A.
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Phuong DaoUniversity of Toronto

Phuong Dao is currently a PhD candidate in physical geography in the Department of Geography & Planning with a collaborative specialization in Environmental Studies in the School of the Environment, University of Toronto.
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Bruna WinckUFRGS - Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

I am agronomist with a pHd in Soil Science. Currently, I have a postdoctoral position in Ecology and my works are focused on evaluating the effect of disturbances on soil biodiversity and functioning.
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Periklis KleitouMarine & Environmental Research Lab Ltd

Marine scientist - passionate with ecology - aiming to help the globe to tackle key environmental issues.
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Duc Anh NguyenInstitute of Ecology and Biological Resources (IEBR)

Specialist on soil invertebrates in Vietnam, and Southeast Asia.
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Mojgan ZareIsfahan University of Technology

i'm ph.D student at Isfahan University of technology, Iran. i'm so intrested on freshwater ecology and my thesis is developing an indexof Biotic Integrity based on fish assembles in Karun River.
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José FaguaNorthern Arizona University

My research focuses on spatial models of EBVs to support biodiversity conservation at large scales. I perform spatial analysis with remote sensing (multispectral, SAR, LiDAR) and ecological data.
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Frances Murray-HudsonOkavango Research Institute

Working on Data Mobilzation Project of PSUB herbarium. Preparing legacy collection plant specimens for scanning, prior to data entry into tailormade BRAHMS & harvesting data from duplicate specimens.
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Ricardo JaramilloPontifical Catholic University of Ecuador

Country or Region: Ecuador
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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R S VishnurajUniversity of Kerala

Freshwater taxomonist currently working on Freshwater fishes of southern western ghats, India
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Stefan PinkertYale University

My research focusses on assessing the global patterns of lepidopteran and odonate biodiversity and understanding the underlying physiological and evolutionary mechanisms.
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Jacquomo MonkInstitute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania

A major motivation for my research is to improve the way marine biodiversity is monitored, reported, managed and protected, through contributing to more ecologically-informed decisions.
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Francisco ArenasInterdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research of the University of Porto (CIIMAR)

Marine Ecologist
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Eric GorgensFederal University of Jequitinhonha and Mucuri Valleys

Eric is a forest engineer and doctor in Forest Resources at University of São Paulo - USP Eric is teaching at UFVJM, Diamantina, Brazil.
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Sameer PadhyeBiologia Life Science LLP

I am a freshwater biologist working on diversity and community ecology of eutrophic water bodies and rock pools using freshwater crustaceans as a model system in the Western Ghats of India
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Juan De Dios MoralesWild GYE Initiative

Country or Region: Ecuador
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Subir ChowfinGadoli and Manda Khal Wildlife Conservation Trust

Country or Region: India
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South Asia
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Larisa KhaninaInstitute of Mathematical Problems of Biology RAS (IMPB RAS)

Country or Region: Russia
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Eastern Europe
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Marcelo SternbergTel Aviv University

I am an experimental ecologist studying the effects of climate and land-use changes on the structure and function of Mediterranean and desert ecosystems
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Touria BajjoukIFREMER

Marine scientist in spatial and spectral high resolution imagery processing, benthic habitat mapping and ecological status indicator development.
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Marilyn ThornePêches et Océans Canada (Institut Maurice-Lamontagne)

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: North America
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Grant Van Der HeeverSouth African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON)

Country or Region: South Africa
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South Africa, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Antarctic Ocean
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Alice SoccodatoAIR Centre

Country or Region: Portugal
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Pierluigi StrafellaCNR IRBIM

Researcher in Marine Biology in CNR IRBIM Italy specialized in macrozoobenthos taxonomy, he is involved in the Marine Litter and Microplastics issue.
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Ana Filipa PalmeirimUniversity of East Anglia

I am a conservation biologist working on the ecological impacts of habitat loss and fragmentation on vertebrate communities. Currently, I analysed how such human-induced disturbances impact terrestrial foodwebs in tropical forests.
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Usman AtiqueChungnam National University

I am a PhD Candidate (Graduating June 2020) in Biodiversity & Environmental Ecology from Chungnam National University, South Korea. I am looking for collaborations for research and publications.
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Yokyok HadiprakarsaRekam Nusantara Foundation

Country or Region: Indonesia
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South-East Asia
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Dan TchernovUniversity of Haifa

Chief Scientist of the Morris Kahn Marine Research Station
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Lewis JansenHas University of Applied Sciences

I see myself as an ecological and entomological enthusiast with a passion for butterflies. Driven by the potency that food forests have, my goal is to monitor biodiversity in those new systems
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Helen Barber-jamesAlbany Museum

My research focuses on biodiversity, systematics, biogeography & ecology of freshwater invertebrates, especially Ephemeroptera (mayflies). I am also a senior research associate at Rhodes University.
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Javier LopatinUniversity of Chile

My research combines diverse aspects of landscape ecology, combining in-situ with remote sensing methods. My topics relate to plant traits, plant community composition, and ecosystem functions.
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Cahyo RahmadiResearch Center for Biology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

working on soil and cave invertebrates, know a piece of Collembola.
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Petr BaldrianInstitute of Microbiology of the Czech Academy of Sciences

I am interested in the contribution of microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) to ecosystem processes in various ecosystems. Another topic is the biodiversity, biogeography and ecology of fungi.
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Rodica PenaReading University

I am interested in the soil, root, and root-associated fungi, primarily mycorrhizal fungi. My research focuses on fungal spatial community ecology and biodiversity-ecosystem function relationships.
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Isaac ChaconKalanbio

I participate in the development of marine-coastal research; whether working marine biodiversity, ecological restoration, citizen science, information management of cenotes and data visualization.
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Fatima MoreiraFederal University of Lavras

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Ana FilipeCIBIO-InBIO

Country or Region: Portugal
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied:
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Sundar ShunmugamS.S.Research Foundation

I am an ecologist and my research focuses on various aspects of aquatic invertebrates including species patterns, diversity of both taxonomic and functional.
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Leandro JuenUniversidade Federal do Pará

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Thaisa MichelanUniversidade Federal do Pará

My main focus of interest is freshwater ecology. My research deals aquatic macrophytes' patterns and distribution and the effects of invasive macrophytes on aquatic communities.
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José Max Oliveira-JuniorUniversidade Federal do Oeste do Pará

Experience as ecologist focused in ecology and conservation of continental aquatic ecosystems, environmental integrity, general ecology, environmental impact assessment (emphasis on aquatic insects).
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Karina Dias Da SilvaUniversidade Federal do Pará

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Gabriel Ernesto García-PeñaIndependent researcher

I am Biologist interested in Bioinformatics, Ecology and Evolution of life histories, behaviour and host pathogen relationships. Mainly, the organisms of my interest are birds, mammals, and viruses.
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Hugo MendozaUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México

I am a PhD student, my research focuses on the relationship between anthropization and zoonotic diseases.
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Marisa Phiromtan De BelsLoei Rajabhat University

I am passionate about soil microorganisms, biofertilizers, and their effect on the growth of plants.
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Lister HarrellListers Outdoor World

I am Lister Harrell. In 1983 I began restoring the first Wire Grass ECO System that I know of. The coastal plains of North America once was considered one of the most diverse Eco Systems in the world. By the 1890's it was completely destroyed wh
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Andrew BartonUniversity of Maine at Farmington

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Mesoamerica, North America
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Marie-josee ForitnUniversity of Toronto

Spatial Ecologist
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Danielle Ribeiro-brasilUniversidade Federal do Pará

Freshwater
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Naraiana BenoneUniversidade Federal do Pará

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Fabrício TeresaUniversidade Estadual de Goiás

I am a Brazilian researcher working on stream fish ecology. I am particularly interested in the study of the responses of fish communities to anthropogenic impacts.
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Jonathan ReadyFederal University of Pará

Current large projects focus on assessing baselines and impact associated trends in biodiversity in Amazonia and marine food webs using metabarcoding.
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João NaboutUniversidade Estadual de Goiás

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Diogo ProveteFederal University of Mato Grosso do Sul

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Yzel Rondon SúarezUniversidade Estadual de Mato Grosso do Sul

My work is focused on freshwater fish ecology, mainly in upper Paraná and Paraguay basins.
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Youszef BitarFederal University of Pará

Currently working with Amazonian species distribution and community ecology
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Leonardo TrevelinInstituto Tecnológico Vale

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Elizabeth FinchCentre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI)

Country or Region: United Kingdom
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Geographic zone studied: Global
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Kate SheridanMcGill University

Graduate student at McGill University in the Sunday lab studying marine biodiversity with eDNA
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Dries BonteGhent University

I am a professor in Spatial Ecology & Evolution. EiC of Oikos
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Adriana SalinasInstituto de Investigaciones Aplicadas de los Recursos del Agua

Country or Region: Bolivia
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Tamar Guy-haimIsrael Oceanographic and Limnological Research (IOLR)

My main research interests are marine biodiversity and biogeography, with particular emphasis on species interactions, bioinvasions, and climate change. I use multidisciplinary approaches and combine experimental ecology, physiology, biogeochemistry,
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Thilina SurasingheBridgewater State University

Wildlife ecologist with specialization in conservation biology (PhD). My research focuses on community organization and biotic homogenization along urban-rural gradients; landscape-scale conservation