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The objectives of our projects are:
· -To assess the current state of conservation of criollo oak (Amburana cearensis) populations after the mega-fires of 2019 and 2020 in the Bolivian Chiquitano dry forest.
· - To propose and implement in situ species-specific strategies for conservation and sustainable use and management.
· - To engage multi-stakeholders in the development of conservation and management plans that promote indigenous knowledge and practices.
· - To determine the current spatial distribution of A. cearensis in the Chiquitano dry forest based on the modelling of geo-referenced occurrences and environmental variables.
· - To analyse the population structure and determine the dynamics of regeneration.
· -To evaluate the associated habitat and its level of affectation by fires through the remotely-sensed index for assessing burn severity (dNBR index).
· -To identify the main threats and problems affecting the populations of Amburana ceareansis in the study area.
Project 212526599 location - Bolivia, South America