Tamires de Oliveira and Milton de Paula are two Brazilian researchers who have been invited to participate in the BiosphereCarbon project of the Royal Museum for Central Africa.
Tamires de Oliveira has worked on river turtles and floodplain ecology in the Amazon and will present her thesis work.
Milton de Paula is a PhD candidate who is researching the impact of human environmental disturbances on Amazonian game animals and will present his PhD research.
- Tamires de Oliveira:
The influence of floodplain dynamics on ecology of Amazonian turtles
- Milton de Paula:
Synergistic effects of primary forest conversion and hunting on Amazonian game vertebrates along a large-scale urban-rural-wildland gradient of human disturbance.
Room 333 of the CAPA building (building E on the map)