Apresentação em tema: "Graduate Program in ECMVS was established at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil Final Report – 2002-2004."— Transcrição da apresentação:
1Graduate Program in ECMVS was established at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, BrazilFinal Report –
2Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre The Graduate Program in ECMVS was established at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in mid The first cohort of students was enrolled in February of 1989, therefore completing 15 years in The program is a joint effort of the Departments of Botany, General Biology (through its Ecology and Genetics Divisions) and Zoology, associated with the Institute of Biological Sciences. Even considering the increasing number of post graduation programs in Ecology in Brazil, ECMVS Program continues to be unique in the country in its goals and applied orientation.
3Major research areas of the ECMVS Program in 2002-2004 period Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida SilvestreMajor research areas of the ECMVS Program in period1 – Ecology and Behaviour of Wildlife 2 – Biodiversity Conservation 3 – Environmental education and management 4 – Ecological processes and pathways 5 – Applied ecology in the management of natural resources 6 – Development, standardization and certification of new methodologies of data acquisition and quantitative treatment of environmental data.
4Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Where are grants applied?The gratns were used to
5Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre INFRA-ESTRUTURAComputer roomSecretary officeVehiclesClass room
6Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Our Staff…
7Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Dr. Rer. Nat. Alessandra GianiPhD Anthony Brome RylandsDr. Cláudia Maria JacobiPhD Edivani V. FranceschinelliPhD Fernando Amaral da SilveiraDr. Francisco A. Rodrigues BarbosaPhD Geraldo Wilson FernandesPhD Gustavo A. B. FonsecaDr. José Eugênio Côrtes FigueiraDr. José Pires de Lemos FilhoDr. Marcos CallistoPhD Marcos RodriguesDr. Flávio H. G. RodriguesDr. Paulina Maia BarbosaDr. Rer. Nat. Ricardo M. P. CoelhoPhD Rodrigo Matta MachadoDr. Rogério Parentoni MartinsDr. Queila Souza GarciaDr. Arnola C. Rietzler
8Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre And his major research line
9Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Vegetal Ecofisiology;Dr. Queila Souza GarciaPhD Rodrigo Matta MachadoDr. José Pires de Lemos FilhoFisiologia e manejo da diversidade vegetalFisiologia, conservação e manejo dos recursos vegetaisEcologia de agroecosistemasPlathymenia reticulataCerrado mineiroVeloziaceaeSerra do CipóXyrisSistema agroflorestal
10Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Ecology and Behavior of insects;PhD Fernando Amaral da SilveiraDr. José Eugênio Côrtes FigueiraDr. Rogério Parentoni MartinsEcologia de Insetos (Hymenoptera e Abelhas tropicais)Ecologia e comportamento de Insetos e ecologia teórica.Modelagem e dinâmica de populaçõesExomalopsini wedeliaAbelhas solitáriasPaepalanthusMelocactus violaceusUruçu amarelasp. ameaçada
11Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Vertebrate EcologyPhD Anthony Brome RylandsPhD Gustavo A. B. FonsecaDr. Flávio H. G. RodriguesPhD Marcos RodriguesEcologia e comportamento de primatasEcologia e conservação de pássarosBiologia da conservaçãoBiologia de mamíferosMico Leão PretoMarsúpio de um Didelphis albiventrisGracilinanus agilisPasseriformes
12Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Water Ecology;Dr. Rer. Nat. Alessandra GianiDr. Arnola C. RietzlerDr. Francisco A. Rodrigues BarbosaDr. Marcos CallistoDr. Paulina Maia BarbosaDr. Rer. Nat. Ricardo M. P. CoelhoEcologia e bioquímica de algasEcotoxicologiaLimnologia e conservaçãoBentos e bioindicadoresZooplâncton lacustreManejo em reservatórios e ecofisiologia de plânctonFitoplânctonDaphinia similisOrganismo testeMedidas limnológicasChironomusZooplânctonImpacto de barramentos
13Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Interação Inseto-Planta.Dr. Cláudia Maria JacobiPhD Edivani V. FranceschinelliPhD Geraldo Wilson FernandesDinâmica de populações, modelagem e biologia marinhaInsetos galhadores, herbivoria e recuperação de áreas degradadasBiologia floral e genética vegetalXylopodaArtropodes cavernícolasÁreas degradadasSimaroubaGalha
14Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre The results of the Program Job are…
15Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Thesis and dissertations of students in the period
16Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Cientific production of teachers and students
17Ecologia, Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre Where are the former students of ECMVS Program ?A significant number of our students find jobs in small consultancy firms, NGO organizations and in Brazilian governmental offices. The present coordination is engaged in a rapid change of the main focus of the program. We are working with the faculty in order to start/apply for projects devoted to applied areas of Ecology such as water resource management, recovery of degraded areas, ecology of urban areas. To reach this goal, it is very important to enhance our field courses, giving the students more chances of discovering research topics more related to the national reality and real needs of the internal market.
18Some examples of former ECMVS students actual position
19Professor Anthony Brome Rylands Research Axis: Ecology and behavior of neotropical primataFormer StudentsAndré Hirsch – geoprocessing tools to define priority areas for primate conservation – assistent professor in Zoology at PUCMINASPatrícia Medici – researcher on reintroduction program to conservation of black lion tamarin at the Pontal do Paranapanema – SP – IPÊ Institute
20Dr. PhD Gustavo Alberto Bouchardet Fonseca Research Axis: Conservation and management of mammals, conservation biology.Former StudentsIlmar Bastos – president of FEAM – environmental office of Minas Gerais State governmentElena Charlote Landau- landscape ecology and corridors design – TEAM researcherRicardo Bonfim Machado e Luiz Paulo Pinto members of the Conservation International Brazil
21Dr. Rogério Parentoni Martins Research Axis: Insect Ecology (tropical bees), behavioral ecology, theorectical ecology.Former StudentsJoão Faria Macedo – researcher of EPAMIG – the Minas Gerais State agriculture agencyOnildo Marini Filho – coodinator for the endangered species of Brazilian fauna – IBAMA the Brazilian environmental agency
22Pablo Moreno– PhD Student Prof. Dr. Marcos CallistoResearch Axis: Benthos and insect-macrophyte ecology, bioindicatores of water quality.José Francisco Gonçalves Jr – PhD StudentMarcelo Moretti – MSc. StudentLeaf breakdown of riparian detritus in altitudinal streams at Espinhaço Cordillera (Brazil) and Portugal. The aim of the study is the energy flux dynamics in tropical and temperate environments, calling attention to the need to protect the riparian vegetation in streams.Pablo Moreno– PhD StudentManuelzão Project stimulates integrated articulations, actions and partnerships with governmental departments, NGOs and private companies, aiming the freshwater biomonitoring and restoration of Rio das Velhas watershed.
23Professor Ricardo Motta Pinto Coelho (ECMVS, coordinator) Research axis: Management of reservoirs, ecophysiology of plankton, environmental education on www (distance education).Former StudentsMarcos Antônio Reis Araújo – advicer of GFA program of international cooperation Brazil-GermanyMagda Greco – advicer of the Science and Tecnology secretary of Minas Gerais State
24Marcelo Vasconcelos – assistent professor in Zoology UNIMONTES Professor Marcos Rodrigues Research Axis: Ecology and conservation of birds.Former StudentsAndrei Roos – environmental regulations of Brazilian fauna – IBAMA the Brazilian environmental agencyMarcelo Vasconcelos – assistent professor in Zoology UNIMONTES
25Diptera ecology and behavior – Ph.D. thesis of Julio Cesar Fontenelle Professor Francisco Antonio Rodrigues Barbosa esearch Axis: General Limnolgy, Conservation and management of water resources.Coordinator of the Long Term Ecological Research Program (PIE/PELD Brazil) – the LTER study is located at the Rio Doce State Park. Several dissertations and theses of ECMVS program are currently developing in this siteWater quality monitoring at the Rio Doce Park lakes– Ph.D. thesis of Fábio GarciaDiptera ecology and behavior – Ph.D. thesis of Julio Cesar Fontenelle
26Professor ECMVS graduate students are frequently participating in activities developed by several Brazilian environmental programs like LTER, CI-TEAM iniciative and MMA/PROBIO
27A mandatory field course, lasting three weeks is offered annually…
28During this period the students learn many techniques such as animal capture, observation and classification....Artibeus lituratus Platyrrhinus sp.
29Gracilinanus agilis.Oligoryzomys sp.Akodon cursor.Marsúpio de um Didelphis albiventris
31... plant morphology... and adaptations to the environment... …techniques for water analysesColeta de amostras de sedimento
32The last field course took place at the Rio Preto State Park...
33...and in this year the field course occurs at the Serra do Rola Moça State Park in association with Instituto Estadual de Florestas de Minas Gerais and Fundação Biodiversitas. For the first time a group of students are envolved in the management plan of one Brazilian Park.
34Open cerimony of the management plane of the Rola Moça State Park with representants of Biodiversitas Foundation and Forest Institute of Minas Gerais StateStudents at the field
35A methodology used to observe the presence of mammals Net to capture birds
37Results from dissertations and thesis are currently used to elaborate the endangered species list for Brazilian fauna and flora. They are also used in documents that indicate priority areas for biodiversity conservation in Brazil