Agro-industrial soy bean farm adjacent to forest of an indigenous area in Brazil (photo Jose Fragoso)
Research collaborators Takuya Iwamura, Eric Lambin, Kirsten Silvius, Jeffrey B Luzar, and José Fragoso have a new paper in press. The publication examines the resiliency and sustainability of biodiversity, human livelihoods and forest cover within Amazonian indigenous lands under various future development scenarios. The paper is scheduled for publication in the February 2016 issue of the journal “Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment”.
Posted in Amazon, Neotropical Wildlife, Publications, Tropical Wildlife
Tagged Amazon, Biodiversity, Brasil, Brazil, conservation, deforestation, First Nations, Indigenous people, rainforests, soy bean farming, Tropical rainforest, Wildlife
Tak Iwanura 2015 (photo by Tak Iwamura)
Congratulations to Takuya (Tak) Iwamura, former post-doc with the Fragoso lab on attaining a tenure-track position as senior lecturer at the Zoology Department, Tel Aviv University (https://en-lifesci.tau.ac.il/profile/takuya). Tak will continue his work on understanding biodiversity loss using a natural and human systems approach, spatial modelling and systematic conservation planning .