Fernando Silva Lima

I'm a biologist, specialist in Endangered Species Management by the University of Kent, UK. Got my Master's Degree in Vertebrate Zoology, where I studied demographic parameters of ocelots in fragmented landscapes in Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest. My research focus on population ecology and habitat use by wild felids and their prey, aiming to set priority areas for wildlife conservation based on landscape ecology and habitat suitability. I'm now interested in understand if and how ecological corridors and reforestation initiatives promote conectivity in fragmented landscapes.

E-mail: pardalismitis@gmail.com