Victoria Lassaga

Victoria Lassaga
National University of Cordoba, Argentina | UNC · Center Dr. Ricardo Luti Ecology and Renewable Natural Resources Research (CERNAR)

Biology student
Project Manager in Natura International

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Introduction
I work as a Project Manager at Natura International, an NGO dedicated to the creation of protected areas. I am in my last year of Biology at the National University of Cordoba and I am doing my final thesis on mammals in a reserve in my province. During my career I have done volunteer work in La Coronilla, Uruguay with sea turtles and I am currently doing a research internship in the project Defaunation of the mammal in the southern portion of the Great American Chaco working wit camtraps.
Additional affiliations
March 2018 - present
Natura International
Position
  • Project Manager
April 2017 - March 2020
National Scientific and Technical Research Council
Position
  • Research Assistant
April 2016 - September 2017
National University of Cordoba, Argentina
Position
  • Research Assistant

Publications

Publications (2)
Conference Paper
En los últimos años, el uso de cámaras trampa se ha convertido en una herramienta valiosa para obtener información de la biodiversidad y el comportamiento de organismos silvestres. Si bien esta técnica fue desarrollada principalmente para el estudio de medianos y grandes mamíferos, a partir de un estudio de mamíferos en el chaco árido cordobés, reg...
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The extensive wetland formed by the Mar Chiquita lake and Dulce River basin is home to three of the six species of flamingos that exist in the world. In the framework of the simultaneous census of high-Andean flamingos (Phoenicoparrus andinus and Phoenicoparrus jamesi) and a monitoring project of Chilean flamingos (Phoenicopterus chilensis), we car...