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De insetos a  cetáceos, por que e para quê os animais produzem sons?  

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Oct 5th
at 8pm!

A free spot for a guest participant will be drawn up at the end of the event.


O que você vai aprender neste evento:

1 - Conheça

Como a bioacústica pode ajudar você na sua vida Profissional/Estudante

2- Como fazer

✔ Aprenda a identificar e trabalhar com os sons dos animais

3 - Aplique

✔ A importância da bioacústica nas consultorias e trabalhos de conservação de animais silvestres

4 - Receba gratuitamente!

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MSc. Ana Raquel Faria

BA in Animal Science from the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ), Master in Animal Nutrition from UFRRJ, and doctoral candidate in Ecology and Natural Resources at the State University of Norte Fluminense (UENF). Over 20 years' experience in the field of environment, ex situ and in situ management for wildlife conservation. Prof. Ana Raquel has worked in institutions such as the Rio de Janeiro Zoo, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (CETAS) in Rio de Janeiro, IBAMA Headquarters in Brasília, and the Brasília Zoo. She has been a professor and coordinator of graduate studies at the UPIS and FTB Colleges, and a consultant at Itaipu Binacional, IBAMA and Carioca Engineering. In 2019, she held the position of Superintendent of Conservation and Research at the Brasília Zoo. She is currently the Conservation Director of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums of Brazil (AZAB), a researcher associated with the Project Anteaters in Brazil, and has been an instructor of the Fauna em Foco courses since 2005.

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Dr. Ellen  Dierenfeld 

Dr. Ellen Dierenfeld has been working in the area of Comparative Animal Nutrition for many years. Her interest began with being exposed to wild animals (possums, raccoons, crocodiles (bad choice!), salamanders, turtles and rabbits, together with regular pets (dogs, cats, ducks, chickens) and cattle (pigs and lambs in her kitchen!) as she grew up in Iowa with her dad, who was a livestock veterinarian. She studied Fisheries and Wildlife Biology for a couple of years, then Animal Science during her undergraduate years at the University of Iowa, and more detailed graduation studies in Animal Nutrition at Cornell University (giant pandas for a Master’s Degree project; wombats, kangaroos and rabbits for her PhD). Dr. Dierenfeld headed the Department of Wildlife Nutrition at the Wildlife Conservation Society (based at the Bronx Zoo) for 17 years before moving back to the Midwest and manage the Nutrition Department at the St. Louis Zoo. She spent many years working various posts in the animal and pet feed industry, has undertaken field work on 6 continents, and mentors multiple graduate students globally. She is currently an Honorary Professor at Nottingham Trent University in the UK, CEO of Comparative Nutrition Society, and consults privately with a number of zoos, companies, wildlife organizations and individuals. Her team has developed and managed Zootrition, a record-keeping software, over the past 2 decades, and she has published over 200 research papers in peer-reviewed journals.

*Sorteio: O participante deve estar presente no evento ao-vivo e on-line e responder imediatamente quando for chamado, caso contrário será chamada outra pessoa.

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