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M.Sc. Glenda Denise Hevia
Doctoral Student-Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

Doctoral Fellowship-CONICET

I am a doctoral student from the National University of Cordoba (UNC), Argentina, with a fellowship from the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET). My thesis focus on determine if human disturbance could affect blood parameters and physical condition over breeders of a poorly-known shorebird species, the two-banded plover Charadrius falklandicus, during its breeding season in coastal beaches at northern Chubut Province, Patagonia Argentina. I conduct intensive fieldwork surveys searching and monitoring plover nests on gravel beaches with various levels of disturbance due to human activities. Besides physiological parameters, I estimate nest survival and determine main causes of nest failure. Monitoring activities, conservation and management actions are highly supported by policy managers and park rangers of local natural protected areas. 

Hormonas

ectotermos

Distribution

Ecología

Mamíferos

estrés

Evolución

peces

Cambio Climático

Cortisol

Patrones

Capacidad

aves

estresores

Causas

Ecoinmunología

peces

Hormonas

Fisiología

Distribución

Aves

Mamíferos

Ecología

Estresores

patrones