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Annaïs Teixeira (2021) The impact of the Northeast Atlantic OMZ on shark fishing risk. Université de Tours. Supervisor: Nuno Queiroz
Bruno Saraiva (2021) The influence of the Sound scattering layers on the vertical behaviour of two mesopelagic sharks. Universidade do Algarve. Supervisor: Nuno Queiroz
Christina Paddock (2021) Population Genomics and the Viability of the Sanje Mangabey in the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. Cardiff University, UK. Supervisors: Maria Joana Ferreira da Silva, Prof. Michael W Bruford (Univ Cardiff), Dr. Gráinne Michelle McCabe (Bristol Zoological Society, Bristol) and Dr. Pablo Orozco-terWengel (Organisms and Environment Division, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, UK).
Demetris Panayiotou (2021) Application of ecological modelling in research and management of tree invasions: A meta-analysis of published scientific evidence. Universidad de Granada. Supervisors: Ana Sofia Vaz, Domingo Alcaraz-Segura (Universidad de Granada).
Diogo Costa (2021) The influence of oxygen fronts and mesoscale eddies on the foraging patterns and space use of blue and mako sharks. Universidade do Algarve. Supervisor: Nuno Queiroz
Eva Malta Pinto (2021) Policy-oriented research in invasion science: status, trends, gaps and lessons. Faculty of Science, University of Porto. Supervisors: Joana Vicente, Ana Sofia Vaz, João Honrado.
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
Frederico Santarém (2021) Ecotourism development for biodiversity conservation and local economic development in remote regions: a multi-scale approach in the Sahara-Sahel. . Supervisors: José Carlos Brito, Jarkko Saarinen (Department of Geography, University of Oulu, Finland & RELATE-Centre of Excellence of the Academy of Finland).
BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto
João Manuel Carvalho Lemos Gonçalves Lima (2021) Predicting the impacts of climate change on West African colobines: insights for conservation and management. Supervisors: Maria Joana Ferreira da Silva, Sílvia Carvalho and Ângela Lomba.
Master in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto
Nina Bogdanović (2021) Post-breeding distribution of little bustard in Iberia: implications for present and future conservation strategy. University of Munich. Supervisors: João Paulo Silva, Ricardo Correia, Mariana Simões, Dirk Metzler.
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