REBECCA ZUG

  • Profesora de Biología de la Conservación
  • Colegio de Ciencias Biológicas y Ambientales, COCIBA
  • 297-1700 ext 2142
  • rlzug@usfq.edu.ec

ESTUDIOS

  • PhD, Environment & Resources, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • MS, Conservation Biology & Sustainable Development, University of Madison-Wisconsin
  • BFA, Syracuse University

EXPERIENCIA LABORAL

Profesora de Biología de la Conservación, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
( 2018 - Hasta el presente )
Docente, Investigador, Liaison para Proyectos de Investigación
Senior Scientist, Fundación Cordillera Tropical
( 2011 - 2018 )
Consulted on and oversaw Andean bear and wildlife research in the Nudo del Azuay region of southern Ecuador
Profesora Tiempo Partial, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
( 2016 - 2018 )
GAIAS Program
Andean Bear Project Liaison, University of Wisconsin-Madison
( 2010 - 2011 )
Coordinated bear monitoring and research activities

PUBLICACIONES

Photos provide information on age, but not kinship, of Andean bears
Human visual identification of individual Andean bears Tremarctos ornatus
Don Oso Program Develops Participatory Monitoring Protocol for Andean Bears in Southern Sangay National Park, Ecuador.
Credible Conservation: Using biodiversity monitoring to support incentive programs that protect endangered wildlife

INTERESES

Carnivore Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes, Human-Wildlife Conflict, Carnivore Ecology and Conservation Biology