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Wambura Mashauri MTEMI

Wambura Mashauri MTEMI

Wambura Mashauri MTEMI completed his bachelor degree in Agronomy at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Tanzania in 2015. In 2016, he started a Master’s degree in Natural Resources Management at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway and graduated in 2018. His master thesis was titled as “The Accumulation of Trace Metals in Rodent Tissues along the TAZAMA Pipeline and TANZAM Highway in Mikumi National Park (MINAPA), Tanzania”. He is interested in conservation biology, ecology, as well as environmental toxicology.

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Kamal Raj GOSAI

Kamal Raj GOSAI

Kamal Raj GOSAI earned his Master's degree in Environmental Science in Biodiversity Conservation and Management at Khwopa College, Nepal in 2009, and holds an Assistant Professor position at Tribhuvan University of Nepal. In his previous work, he has studied wildlife rehabilitation and ecotourism development, and has worked on  herpetofauna and large water birds of Nepal, especially the Sarus Crane (Grus antigone antigone).

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LIU Shilong

LIU Shilong

LIU Shilong graduated from Shangqiu Normal University in July 2017, with the title of excellent graduate. He started his MSc at GXU in September 2017 under the guidance of Associate Prof. Aiwu JIANG. He has been involved on projects measuring heavy metals in birds, and looking at the behavioral effects of this pollution exposure. In September 2019, he advanced his study program to pursue a PhD degree. His e-mail is: 15090690023@163.com.

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Estelle MEAUX

Estelle MEAUX

Estelle MEAUX is broadly interested in social behavior. She received her Master’s degree in 2015 from the University of Strasbourg, France and she started her PhD in our group in September 2017. Her previous research works, conducted at the University of Vienna and the University of Veterinary Medicine of Vienna, Austria, were related to the field of cooperation and individual behavioral strategies, using both observational and experimental techniques on bird and primate species.

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Salindra Kasun DAYANANDA

Salindra Kasun DAYANANDA

Salindra Kasun DAYANANDA’s main interests are in conservation biology and ecology. He completed his master’s degree at the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), under the guidance of Prof. Goodale and Prof. QUAN Rui-Chang. During his Masters, his primary focus was on how the location of forest fragments affected birds (including nocturnal birds) and herpetofauna. During his PhD, guiding by Associate Prof. Christos Mammides, Prof. Goodale, and Prof. Emeritus Sarath W.

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JIANG Demeng

JIANG Demeng

JIANG Demeng received his Master’s degree in 2015 from Southwest Forestry University in Kunming, Yunnan, China (supervised by LUO Xu and JIANG Aiwu), and started his PhD in September 2016. He has broad interests in avian behavioral ecology and biodiversity conservation. During his PhD, he has been advised by Prof. Goodale, and has worked on describing the flow of information between species in mixed-species bird flocks and how birds respond to forest management. He also has spent nine months overseas at the University of Florida, under the guidance of Prof.

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