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Edna Correia

Edna Correia

Assistant Researcher




Research interests

Bird ecology and conservation,
Trophic interactions

Academic degrees

2014 - 2018: PhD in Biology and Ecology of Global Change, specialization in Tropical Biology and Ecology. University of Lisbon, Portugal. Thesis: "Small pelagics, predatory fish and seabirds: trophic and behavioural interactions in a West African marine protected area".

2009-2011: Master Degree in Ecology, Environment and Territory, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal. Thesis: "Migratory strategy and wintering of Bluethroat Luscinia svecica".

2005-2008: Degree in Biology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal.

Scientific activities

Jan 2019 - present - Researcher - CESAM, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon; project title: MigraWebs - Migrants as a seasonal ecological force shaping communities and ecosystem functions in temperate and tropical coastal wetlands

Publications

Projects

MigraWebs - Migrants as a seasonal ecological force shaping communities and ecosystem functions in temperate and tropical coastal wetlands See more

Waders of the Bijagos - Securing the ecological integrity of the Bijagos archipelago as a key site for waders along the East Atlantic Flyway See more

Scientific Supervision


CESAM Funding: