Camilo E. Sánchez Sarria

Camilo E. Sánchez Sarria
Institute of Ecology INECOL | INECOL · Ambiente y Sustentabilidad

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The COVID-19 lockdowns set a singular opportunity to perform scientific research in idle cities. The expected changes in urban ecology led us to conform a community composed of several volunteers which, following standardized protocols, conducted structured bird surveys across Colombia. We describe the process and experience of this initiative, con...
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Cambios en la actividad nocturna de las aves durante el confinamiento decretado con motivo de la pandemia de la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID–19) en una ciudad neotropical El confinamiento decretado con motivo de la pandemia por COVID–19 ofreció la oportunidad de medir la biodiversidad de especies en ambientes urbanos en condiciones diferentes...
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The global lockdown to mitigate COVID-19 pandemic health risks has altered human interactions with nature. Here, we report immediate impacts of changes in human activities on wildlife and environmental threats during the early lockdown months of 2020, based on 877 qualitative reports and 332 quantitative assessments from 89 different studies. Hundr...
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Esta guía pretende mostrar a los miembros de la comunidad universitaria y a los visitantes al campus, la presencia de una riqueza destacable de aves que conviven apacible y sin mayores interferencias entre todos nosotros. Las aves son solo un ejemplo, posiblemente el más vistoso, de la fauna y también flora que coexisten en el campus de la universi...
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Background: Cities differ from non-urban environments by the intensity, scale, and extent of anthropogenic pressures, which can drive the occurrence, physiology, and behavior of the organisms thriving in these settings. Traits as green cover often predict the occurrence patterns of bird species in urban areas. Yet, anthropogenic noise and artificia...
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On a continental scale, Neotropical dry forests exhibit high plant beta diversity, forming twelve unique floristic provinces. Conserving this diversity requires plans to protect areas in each province, based on an understanding of their particular ecological conditions. In Colombia dry forest occurs in seven regions. We explored some challenges for...

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