Wijesooriya Arachchilage Nimanthi Upeksha Abeyrathna

Wijesooriya Arachchilage Nimanthi Upeksha Abeyrathna
Clarkson University · Department of Biology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am a PhD. student in Interdisciplinary Bioscience and Biotechnology and I am currently working on invasive snail, Viviparus georgianus and Cipangopaludina chinensis. Looking through their genetic connectivity in the invasive range - specifically in New York's Great Lakes Basin.

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To devise effective measures for reducing hazardous wildlife-vehicle collisions, it is necessary to know when during the year accidents occur most frequently, and what factors cause the seasonal patterns. Daylight Saving Time (DST) 1-h clock-shifts around the spring and fall equinoxes at temperate zone latitudes are associated with increased vehicl...
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Aedes albopictus, a vector of dengue, have increased concerns with its presence due to its rapid spread and the aggressive biting behavior. Resistance to commonly used insecticides is a major concern in vector mosquito control measures. The present study was carried out on local populations of Ae. albopictus in Western province, Sri Lanka. Adult an...

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Dear Colleagues,
Does any body use Typeset as a manuscript editor? https://typeset.io
Is this safer to use ? Please let me know your experiences.
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Hello !!
Does any one have recommendations about how to map turtle nesting sites on a satellite image using GIS? I would really appreciate if you can link me to any resource available.

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To determine genetic diversity and connectivity of the invasive gastropod, C. georgiana across a fragmented river system in the Adirondack region of northern using a combination of mtDNA (COX) and nuclear (H3) markers.
Project
Overarching goal: To detect natural and anthropogenic drivers and barriers of dispersal in two invasive gastropods across the New York Great Lakes Basin
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The effectivity of the turtle fences along highways in NewYork, how does they affect the nesting sites of turtles and the activity patterns of the turtles.