Project-related Theses

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Bachelor

Peter Schwalb. Monitoring Bioindicators and Migratory Birds in the Pantanal - Applied Acoustomics.

Status: Completed in 2012.

University of Bonn, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bonn, Germany.

 

Mona Hegmann. Reproductive Biology of Three Tropical Avian Colonial Waterbird Species: A Case Study from the Northern Pantanal on Behavioral Ecology and Natural Impacts on Egg and Offspring Predation Rates. 

Status: Completed in 2015.

University of Cologne, Cologne & Zoological Research Museum A. Koenig, Bonn, Germany.

 

Martin Schley. Reproductive Biology, Parental Care, and Offspring Survival Rates in a Nesting Colony of Black Skimmers (Rynchops niger) in the Northern Pantanal. 

Status: Completed in 2015.

University of Cologne, Cologne & Zoological Research Museum A. Koenig, Bonn, Germany.

 

Master of Science

Ricarda Wistuba. Biodiversity, Ecology, and Response to Ecotourism and Cattle Farming of Terrestrial Mammals in the Brazilian Pantanal. 

Status: Completed in 2014.

University of Bonn, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Postgraduate Program in Organismic Biology, Evolutionary Biology, and Palaeontology (OEP-Biology).

 

Raysa Martins Lima. Taxonomy and Cricket Bioacoustics of the Brazilian Pantanal (pdf).

Status: Completed in 2015.

Federal University of Recôncavo da Bahia, Postgraduate Program in Agricultural Sciences, Cruz das Almas, Brazil.

 

Doctorate

Kathrin Burs. Ecology and Population Status of Selected Mammals in the Northern Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil.

Status: To be completed in 2017.

University of Bonn, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bonn, Germany.

 

Lydia Moecklinghoff. Conservation Relevant Mammal Survey in the Brazilian Pantanal with a Focus on Giant Anteaters (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) – Implications for a Wildlife Compatible Land Use.

Status: To be completed in 2017.

University of Bonn, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bonn, Germany.

 

Filipe Ferreira de Deus. Annual Bird Community Structure in a Stochastic Wet Ecosystem, a Case Study in the Northeast of the Pantanal.

Status: To be completed in 2018.

Federal University of Mato Grosso, Institute of Bioscience, Postgraduate Program in Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation, Cuiabá, Brazil.