Amadeus DeKastle

Amadeus DeKastle
American University of Central Asia · Environmental Sustainability and Climate Science

Master of Science

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Introduction
I am currently a brand new PhD recruit for Central European University's Environmental Management and Policy department. Current focus is on the Kyrgyzstan's Central Asian Steppe Tortoise's habitat use and the difference between how wild and translocated populations use their habitats. At the same time, I'm lecturing at the American University of Central Asia in the Environmental Management and Sustainable Development Department.

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Abstract This study was part of a continuing annual citizen science expedition to the Tien Shan Mountains (Kyrgyz Ala Too and Jumgal Too ranges), run by Biosphere Expeditions and NABU for the sixth consecutive year from 24 June to 26 August 2019, with the aim of surveying for snow leopard Panthera uncia and its prey species. Using a cell methodolo...
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Animal depictions and their spatial distribution in the rock art of the Karakol Region (Chuy and Naryn Oblasts) in Kyrgyzstan
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Hermann, L., DeKastle, A., and Foggin, M. (2020). The Rock Art of the Karakol Region (Tchouï and Naryn Oblast) in Kyrgyzstan. International Newsletter On Rock Art (INORA), 86: 17-25. The Karakol Region of Kyrgyzstan is between thirty and fifty kilometers south of Bishkek, at between 1,800m and 4,800m altitude in the Tien Shan mountain zone. Even t...
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Abstract This study was part of a continuing annual citizen science expedition to the Tien Shan Mountains (Kyrgyz Ala Too and Jumgal Too ranges), run by Biosphere Expeditions and NABU for the fifth consecutive year from 9 July to 11 August 2018, with the aim of surveying for snow leopard (Panthera uncia) and its prey species. Using a cell methodol...
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Abstract This study was part of a continuing annual expedition to the Tien Shan Mountains (Kyrgyz Ala Too and Jumgal Too ranges), run by Biosphere Expeditions and NABU from June to August 2017, with the aim of surveying for snow leopard (Panthera uncia) and its prey species. Using a cell methodology developed for citizen scientist volunteer expedi...
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Abstract This study was part of an expedition to the Tien Shan Mountains (Kyrgyz Ala-Too and Jumgal Too ranges), run by Biosphere Expeditions and NABU from 11 July to 27 August 2016 with the aim of surveying for snow leopard (Uncia uncia) and its prey species. Using a cell methodology developed by Biosphere Expeditions for citizen scientist volunt...
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Abstract This study was part of an expedition to the Tien Shan Mountains (Kyrgyz Ala-Too range), run by Biosphere Expeditions and NABU from 8 June to 8 August 2015 with the aim of surveying for snow leopard (Uncia uncia) and its prey species. Using a cell methodology adopted by Biosphere Expeditions for volunteer expeditions, 56 cells of 2x2 km we...
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This list of butterflies of the Suusamyr Valley contains 20 species. Each species is listed with the scientific name, common name (if applicable), flight times, elevation, habitat, food plants, and life cycle. In addition to their natural history, each species has an included distribution map. Introduction: Although the Suusamyr Valley is only 7-8...

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