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IADIZA conducts scientific research aimed at understanding and explaining the structure and functioning of drylands

Wild Vertebrate Ecology and Management of

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE GROUP

The Research Group onWild Vertebrate Ecology and Management (IADIZA, CONICET) conducts ecological research on wild vertebrate populations in arid environments. Study topics encompass the structure and dynamics of wildlife populations, their ecological and behavioral relationships, environmental requirements, and feeding and habitat selection strategies. Interactions among human activities, wildlife populations and their habitats are explored with the aim to apply this knowledge to optimizing management of natural resources for their protection and sustainable use. 

Objectives

  • Analyzing environmental requirements of wild vertebrates and their ecological interactions

  • Detecting the effects of human activities on wildlife populations and their habitats

  • Applying this knowledge to optimizing management of natural resources for their protection and sustainable use. 

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