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Hugo Rebelo

Hugo Rebelo

Auxiliary Researcher

12 Theses
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
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
Ianna Borloti (2019) Bats out of Africa: disentangling the systematic position of bats in Cabo Verde. Master in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. Faculty of Sciences of University of Porto. Supervisors: Raquel Vasconcelos, Hugo Rebelo
Luis Silveira (2019) Validating the transferability of ecological models under global change scenarios with Holocene rock-art. Supervisors: José Carlos Brito, Hugo Rebelo
Master in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto
Helena Sofia Viana dos Santos (2017) Combining molecular analyses with predictive modelling to study the population history of Iberian cryptic bats: lessons from the past to better predict the future. BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisor: Hugo Rebelo, Francisco Javier Juste Ballesta
Joana Nogueira (2015) Historical Biogeography and Climate Change: application of Ecological niche-based models and GIS to the conservation of African elephants and giraffes. MSc in Bidodiversity Genetic and Evolution. MSc in Bidodiversity Genetic and Evolution. University of Porto. Supervisor: JC Brito, Hugo Rebelo
Master in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto
Joana Cruz (2014) Assessing the impacts of intensive forest practices on biodiversity in fragmented landscapes in Portugal. University of York. Supervisors: Miguel Carretero, Hugo Rebelo
Gonçalo Duarte (2013) Bats in the city
Andreia Penado (2000) A plight for bumblebees’ conservation: ensuring future pollination services for sunflower crops. University of Sussex. Supervisor: Hugo Rebelo
Denis Ricardo Isidro Medinas (2000) BATCONNECT - An integrative approach combining molecular, behavioural and ecological data to assess the effects of roads on bats. BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisors:António Paulo Pereira Mira ,Ana Márcia Enes Barbosa,Hugo Emanuel Vitorino Rebelo
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