Gabriela Palomo-Munoz

Gabriela Palomo-Munoz

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Degree PhD in NRES (Applied Ecology)
Address 243b Hardin Hall - Section 1
3310 Holdrege St
Lincoln NE
68583-0961
E-mail gabriela.palomo@huskers.unl.edu
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Advisor(s) Drew Tyre

Humans are increasingly expanding into areas where many carnivore species are present, and scientists need to plan and design conservation strategies aimed to protect sensitive species, as well as creating mitigation plans that may help humans coexist with tolerant carnivore species. My research focuses on the need to understand how human activities are affecting carnivores to help species recover from the effects of anthropogenic pressures. My dissertation is titled Impacts of Anthropogenic Pressures on Ocelots (Leopardus pardalis) in the Maya Biosphere Reserve in Guatemala.

Affiliated with the Biology Department at Universidad del Valle de Guatemala

Ocelot

Educational Background

  • BS - Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Biology (2007)
  • MS - Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Wildlife Management (2010)
  • MA - Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Higher Education (2016)

Awards

  • 2017 – Scholarship to study Natural Resources Sciences awarded by Fulbright 
  • 2015 – Scholarship to study Higher Education awarded by Universidad del Valle de Guatemala 
  • 2015 – Best Master Thesis awarded by Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala 

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Areas of Interest

  • Carnivores
  • Anthropogenic effects
  • Demography
  • Spatial-capture recapture
  • Camera traps
  • Urban ecology

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