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Miquel
Torrents-Ticó
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Anglais, Espagnol
Understand Human-Hyena Interactions by investigating local attitudes, values and perceptions towards spotted hyenas, and comprehend spotted hyena ecology that links to Human-Hyena Conflicts across anthropogenic gradients.
Section professionnelle
Global Change and Conservation Lab, University of Helsinki
Interdisciplinary research complementing ecological and social aspects to develop effective conservation strategies at multiple scales.
Section Interactions Homme - Faune sauvage

My interest in human-wildlife interactions have taken me around the world from tropical rainforests to arid deserts, enabling me to work with olive Ridley sea turtles (Costa Rica), common woolly monkeys (Ecuador), meerkats and Damaraland mole-rats (South Africa), large predators (Botswana), chacma baboons (Namibia) and spotted hyenas (Kenya). My interest in conservation has grown along with the ever-increasing conflicts between humans and wildlife.

• Monitoring wildlife by combining modern ecological surveying technologies. • Collaborative approach with local communities. • Conducting field work for extended periods in remote areas and difficult conditions. • Organising and structuring scientific data collection (incl. MS Access) and statistical analysis using mixed models in R. • Animal husbandry and animal procedures and biological samples collection. • Work experience in different countries including Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ecuador, Costa Rica, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Kenya.

Global Change and Conservation Lab - University of Helsinki
2018 National Geographic Explorer.
Hyaena Specialist Group from the IUCN Species Survival Commission.
Sibiloi Carnivore Project.
ENCOSH.

Ecology, Conservation biology, Human-Wildlife Conflicts, Local Knowledge

Torrents-Ticó, M., Fernández-Llamazares, Á., Burgas, D., & cabeza, M. (2021). Convergences and divergences between scientific and Indigenous and Local Knowledge contribute to inform carnivore conservation. Ambio. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-020-01443-4

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