Amarakaeri: Connecting Biodiversity

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Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
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352
Dimensions
9.7 X 11.5 X 1.3 inches | 5.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781944466305

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About the Author

Francisco Dallmeier is director of the Center for Conservation and Sustainability of the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute. He holds a PhD and an MS in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University, and a BS in Biology from the Central University of Venezuela. His areas of expertise include conservation and planning of sustainable infrastructures, protected-area management, and best practices for impact mitigation of development projects on biodiversity and ecosystem services. Francisco has more than thirty years of global experience with focus in Latin America and Africa, and has been an advisor for international organizations, governments, NGOs and financial organizations, among others.

Adriana Bravo is a Peruvian biologist interested in tropical ecology, conservation biology, and education. She holds a PhD in Biological Sciences from Louisiana State University and a BS in Sciences from the University Agraria La Molina in Peru. She has worked for the Organization for Tropical Studies in Costa Rica, the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Peru, where she was the managing director for the Amarakaeri biodiversity project in Madre de Dios, Peru. Adriana has conducted extensive field research in the tropics, including the study of mineral lick visitation by frugivorous bats in the Peruvian Amazon and the biogeography of sodium in wild figs.

Michael Tweddle is a wildlife and conservation photographer. He studied Audiovisual Communications in Lima, Peru. In his work, he uses his creativity to combine commercial images with his passion for nature, culture, and action sports. He has explored remote areas throughout Peru and around the world. His work has been published worldwide and recognized with awards in exhibitions and art fairs. His work was part of the Peruvian Postal Service commemorative to the Primates of Peru and was featured in National Geographic Channel's Wild Case Files.