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Solohery Rasamison

Solohery is based at the University of Antananarivo in Madagascar, where he is studying technologies for monitoring essential biodiversity variables with a case study of forest birds in Madagascar. The objective of this PhD is to develop and apply new methods for efficient monitoring of forest dependent passerine birds in Madagascar over varying temporal geographic and taxonomic scales. Several complementary approaches will be used including satellite remote sensing and distribution models, demographic modelling, acoustic methods and population genomics. Mariarano forest will be sampled intensively, in addition to some 20 other forest sites across Madagascar, and tissues will be collected from museum specimens.

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