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Luciano Martins Verdade

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura (CENA)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Agronomist and Master in Agronomy from the University of São Paulo (respectively, in 1985 and 1992) and Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida, USA (1997). He is currently Associate Professor III at the Center for Nuclear Energy in Agriculture (CENA), at the University of São Paulo (USP) and a member of the Species Survival Commission / IUCN, and advisor to the Board of Directors of the Program for Research and Development in Silviculture of Native Species ( PP&D-SEN). Currently researching in the area of Applied Evolutionary Ecology, with special interest in fauna management in agricultural landscapes and adaptive processes of vertebrates to anthropic alterations. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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Biota: Biodiversity in areas altered by man

Published in 10 September 2014 - Pesquisa FAPESP. The ninth and last meeting of the Biota-FAPESP Education Conference Cycle addressed environments which have been altered by human action, such as cities and rural zones. Although degraded, those areas still harbour a large diversity of animal and plant species. In Brazil, 85% of the population live in urban areas, where trees are becoming scarcer and the survival of animals is thus threatened.Farm areas can also hide a great variety of wild animals – mammals, fish, amphibians and birds. To know more about this biological universe hidden among buildings and crops, and the challenges regarding its conservation, watch these excerpts of the talks presented by biologists Elizabeth Höfling, from the Biosciences Institute at São Paulo University (USP), and Roseli Buzanelli Torres, from Campinas Agronomical Institute (IAC), and agronomist Luciano Martins Verdade, from USP’s Center for Nuclear Energy in Agriculture.
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