|Alex Enrich Prast||Collaborator||Laboratory of Biogeochemistry - UFRJ||+55 (21) 2280-7943 R.firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Bernardo Baeta Neves Strassburg||Collaborator||International Institute for Sustainability - (IIES)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Carlos Eduardo de Viveiros Grelle||Permanent||Laboratory of Vertebrates - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Daniela Rodrigues||Permanent||Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Eduardo Arcoverde Mattos||Permanent||Laboratory of Plant Ecology - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Érica Pellegrini Caramaschi||Permanent||Laboratory of Fish Ecology - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fábio Roland F. Silva||Permanent||Laboratory of Limnology - (UFJF)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Fábio Rúbio Scarano||Permanent||Laboratory of Plant Ecology - UFRJ||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Jean Louis Valentin||Permanent||Laboratory of Zooplankton - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Jean Remy Daveé Guimarães||Permanent||Tracer Laboratory in Environmental Sciences Wolfgang Christian Pfeiffer - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|João Paulo Machado Torres||Permanent||Laboratory of Radioisotopes - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Jorge Luiz Nessimian||Permanent||Laboratory of Entomology - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Marcelo Vianna||Permanent||Laboratory of Biology and Fishery Resources - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Marcus Vinícius Vieira||Permanent||Laboratory of Vertebrates - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Maria Alice dos S. Alves||Collaborator||Laboratory of Bird Ecology - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Mariana Moncassin Vale||Permanent||Laboratory of Vertebrates - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mário Luis Gomes Soares||Collaborator||Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Paulo César de Paiva||Permanent||Polychaeta Laboratory - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Reinaldo Luiz Bozelli||Permanent||Laboratory of Limnology - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) email@example.com|
|Ricardo Coutinho||Collaborator||Biofouling and Benthic Ecology Laboratory - Instituto de Estudos do Mar Almirante Paulo Moreira, Department of Oceanography||+55 (22) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ricardo Ferreira Monteiro||Permanent||Laboratory of Ecology of Insects - (UFRJ)||+55 (22) email@example.com|
|Rodolfo Pinheiro da Rocha Paranhos||Permanent||Laboratory of Hydrobiology - (UFRJ)||+55 (22) firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Vinicius Fortes Farjalla||Permanent||Laboratory of Limnology - (UFRJ)||+55 (21) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yocie Yoneshigue Valentin||Permanent||Macroalgas Laboratory - (UFRJ)||+55 (22) email@example.com|
|Rodrigo Leão Moura||Permanent||Labo SAge/Coppe||+55 21 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Graduated in Biological Sciences, he holds a master's degree and a PhD from the University of São Paulo (Zoologia 1998, 2003). Professor of the Biology Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and researcher associated with SAGE / COPPE (Laboratory of Advanced Systems of Production Management). He is a lecturer in the Postgraduate Program in ECOLOGY at UFRJ and in the Professional Master of the National School of Tropical Botany. Since 1991 he has been involved in marine conservation research projects and extension projects, mainly in Foz do Amazonas, in the Abrolhos Bank region and in Brazilian oceanic islands.
He has experience in the areas of Ecology and Limnology with emphasis on biogeochemical cycles and studies mainly the regulating factors of the production, consumption and emission of the biogenic gases CO2, CH4 and N2O in aquatic environments.
She has experience in the field of Ecology, with emphasis on freshwater fish ecology, developing research on river ecosystems with flood plains and coastal ecosystems.
My main interest is to understand the role of species in the functioning of ecosystems. The use of functional characteristics, as opposed to a strictly taxonomic approach, allows a greater power of generalization of ecological standards. The use of functional characteristics makes it possible to establish direct relationships between environment, species performance and its consequences for the functioning of the ecosystem. Characteristics used to establish such relationships can be measured in different ecosystems, with distinct species composition. This makes it possible to test general hypotheses and compare ecosystems. This functional approach has traditionally been developed in the field of plant ecology. The great challenge now is to expand this approach to animals with important roles in the functioning of ecosystems such as decomposers, pollinators and seed dispersers.
Assistant Professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. Economist with master's degree in environmental planning (focusing on land-use change and ecosystem services in the Amazon) and Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences, focusing on issues related to reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD +), . Dedicated to the transition to sustainability, focusing on the sustainable use of land and resources, reconciling production needs, environmental services and social development through the development of interdisciplinary research, assisting governments, NGOs and private companies in the search for Solutions to the challenges of sustainability and implementation of projects.
Has experience in the field of Ecology, working mainly in the following subjects: Geographic distribution, primates, altitude gradients, climate, Rapoport rule and body size.
The main focus of LECAR projects and studies are reef fish, but interaction with other compartments of the reef systems is constant, so students' projects and orientations (initiation, master's and doctoral) are developed in varied aspects in reef environments, including reefs Corals and rocky shores. The main task of the LECAR is to understand the functioning of the reef ecosystems, creating a basis for their management and conservation.
Development and research in the area of interactions between insects and plants (herbivory, florivoria, floral visitation, tri-trophic interactions, cognition and animal behavior), with emphasis on lepidoptera, hemiptera, coleoptera and host plants.
Laboratório de Ecologia Vegetal Tem experiência na área de Ecologia, com ênfase em Ecofisiologia Vegetal, atuando principalmente nos seguintes temas: fotossíntese, crescimento, fotoinibição, déficit hídrico, produtividade primária e estruturação de comunidades vegetais. Na graduação ministra as disciplinas de Ecologia Vegetal e Ecologia das Adaptações Vegetais e na Pós-Graduação em Ecologia da UFRJ ministra as disciplinas de Redação Científica, Delineamento Experimental e Ecofisiologia da Fotossíntese. Atualmente também está credenciado junto ao Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia Vegetal da UFMS.
Has experience in the area of Ecology and Zoology, with emphasis on fish ecology, aquatic ecology and fishing resources, working mainly in the following subjects: rivers, streams, lakes and coastal lagoons; Reproduction and feeding of fish; Structure of fish populations and taxocenoses; Disorder and resilience.
Has experience in the field of Ecology, with emphasis in Ecology of Ecosystems. Acting mainly in the following subjects: Ecology, Ecology of Ecosystems.
Coordinator of the Environmental Biophysics Program, Biophysics Institute Carlos Chagas Filho. Has experience mainly in biogeochemistry of metallic and organo-metallic pollutants in soils and aquatic environments, use of tracers in studies of environmental processes. Since 2007 he has been involved in scientific divulgation, as editor and author in Ciência Hoje and Ciência Hoje das Crianças and monthly columnist on the CHOnline site (Coluna Planeta em Transe), among others. She is also a visual artist (photography and drawing) and an amateur cook.
Has experience in Ecology and Conservation, with emphasis on Ecology of Populations and Communities, working mainly on studies on animal movement, selection of habitats in different scales, perceptual capacity and functional connection in fragmented habitats.
Has experience in the field of Ecology, with emphasis on Ecology of Ecosystems, working mainly in the following subjects: birds, Atlantic Forest, conservation, behavior, genetic analysis.
Has experience in Biogeography, Geoprocessing, Ecology, Conservation and Zoology, with emphasis on Biodiversity, working mainly on the following themes: spatial analysis and modeling in biodiversity, distribution and habitat modeling, land use change, climate change, remote sensing And geographic information systems, scale and complexity, conservation biology and biogeography, landscape ecology, biodiversity information systems, ecoinformatics and neotropical mastozoology.
Has experience in the field of Ecology, with emphasis on Biogeography of Conservation, working mainly on the following topics: distribution and conservation of species, geographic information systems, climate change, birds, mammals, Atlantic Forest and Amazon.
He has experience in the field of General Ecology, with emphasis in Theoretical and Applied Ecology, working mainly in the following subjects: Distribution, abundance and specificity of insect caterpillars; Description of entomogenic galls and ecology of inductive insects; Ecology and conservation of Parides ascanius, the butterfly of the beach; Spatial (altitudinal) and temporal distribution of insects; Use of insects in the evaluation of an environment and in the elaboration of its management plan; Use of insects as a model in basic and environmental education
He works in the area of Environmental Sciences and Oceanography, with emphasis on water quality, bacterioplankton, flow cytometry. He pioneered the application of flow cytometry in the environmental sciences, being responsible for the UCEA (Flow Cytometry Unit Applied to Aquatic Ecology and Oceanography).
Has experience in the field of Ecology, with emphasis in Theoretical Ecology. Acting mainly in the following subjects: Speciation, Biogeography of South America, Quaternary, Theory of Refuges, Reproduction and Geographical variation.
Has experience in the field of Ecology, with emphasis on Microbial Ecology and Limnology. Its main lines of research are: bacterial community dynamics (production, respiration, diversity) in tropical aquatic ecosystems, photo-degradation and microbial degradation of dissolved organic carbon, carbon cycle in continental waters, and the role of substances.