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I am Bachelor of Ecology (2015), Master in Zoology (2018), and currently Doctoral Student by UNESP, Rio Claro. I have experience in Ecology, with emphasis on Spatial Ecology, Quantitative Ecology, Landscape Ecology, Ecological Data Analysis, Ecological Modeling, Species Distribution Model (SDMs), Geoprocessing, Ecology and Conservation of Amphibians. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Lack of knowledge about the diversity and distribution of species is one of the main challenges for conservation. Allied to this fact, the processes resulting from the modifications of the landscape and climate changes are among the main causes of the loss of world biodiversity, further aggravating the unfamiliar scenario. Amphibians are among the vertebrate groups most sensitive to the...
Amphibians are sensitive to habitat loss, fragmentation and habitat quality, particularly because their limited mobility over large distances and high dependence of microhabitats for reproduction. The Atlantic Rainforest has about 400 species of amphibians, and 60 to 85% of them are endemic. Nowadays the Atlantic Rainforest is reduced to 11.4% - 16.0% of its original cover, with 80% of...
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VANCINE, Maurício Humberto. Diversidade, distribuição e efeito das mudanças climáticas sobre comunidades de anfíbios da Mata Atlântica. 138 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" Instituto de Biociências (Campus de Rio Claro). (17/09676-8)