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Group members & Collaborators
Reinaldo Barbosa, INPA; National Research Institute for the Amazon, Brazil
William Laurence, James Cook University, Australia
P.M. Forget, Natural History Museum, France
Carlos Peres, University of East Anglia-United Kingdom
Sydeny Allicock, North Rupununi Development Board-Guyana
Mike Williams, Bina Hill Institute-Guyana
Thomas Wagner, Newcastle University-United Kingdom
Anthony Cummings, Syracuse University
Jeffery Benson Luzar (Anthropology), 2007-2011.
Johannes PM Overman (Ecology), 2008-2011.
Oskar Burger (Mathematical Modeling), 2009-2010.
Josiefien Demmer (Zoology), 2009-2010.
Christopher Carrico (Anthropology), 2006-2007.
John Polisar (Tropical Ecology), 2001.
Sérgio Luiz Gama Nogueira-Filho (Wildlife Management), 2005-2006.
Selene Siqueira da Cunha Nogueira (Animal Behavior), 2005-2006.
April Huffman, M.S. (2001). Crawfish as a biological indicator of the health of aquatic systems in the Florida Everglades. Florida Atlantic University, Florida, USA.
Karim Ledesma, MS. (2003, co-advised). Small mammal community of bamboo forests in the Peruvian Amazon. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.
Enzo Aliaga, M.S. (2004). The movements and ecology of agoutis on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, NY, USA
Nuria Bernal, M.S. (2004, co-advised). Impacts of forest fragmentation and habitat alteration on the community structure of small mammals of Andean dry forests. SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, NY, USA.
Joel Strong, M.S. (2005). Tortoise ecology, movements and seed dispersal in Amazonia. SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, NY, USA
Melanie Antonik, M.S. (2005). Population dynamics of Mauritia flexuosa: measuring the impact of white-lipped peccary foraging on plant community structure in a tropical forest. SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, NY, USA
Sean Giery, M.S. (2008). Vertebrate ecology in the Amazon. University of Hawaii-Manoa, HI. USA
Enzo Aliaga, Ph.D. (2011). The cascading effect of mammal species defaunation on seed and seedling survivorship as a result of hunting: Testing the empty and half-empty forest hypothesis. University of Hawaii-Manoa, HI. USA
Rogerio Cunha de Paulo, M.S. (Brazil, in progress). Impact of anthropogenic activities on mammal diversity in the Cerrado habitat of Brazil. Florida Atlantic University.
Kristy Markowitz, B.S., (2005). Ants on inaja palm fruits in an Amazonian forest in Brazil. SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, N.Y.
Lindsay Cray, B.S., (2004). Preferred habitat characteristics of Tapirus bairdii on Barro Colorado Island. SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, N.Y.
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