Dr. Agustín Paviolo

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Dr. Agustín Paviolo

Project Coordinator in Misiones Province (Argentina). He is a researcher at the National Scientific and Technological Research Council (CONICET) and specializes in the study of population ecology of jaguars and other cats in the Atlantic Forest region of Argentina. He leads the lines of work related to monitoring the abundance and population dynamics of the jaguar with camera traps as well as habitat use and movements by means of GPS and satellite collars.


Dr. Carlos De Angelo

Dr. Carlos De Angelo

  Project co-coordinator in the Province of Misiones, Argentina. He is a researcher at the National Scientific and Technological Research Council (CONICET) and specializes in large-scale analysis (landscape analysis), habitat models, and the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In Misiones, Carlos directs research lines related to mapping jaguar distribution, habitat degradation, and loss of connectivity. He advises on GIS tasks performed in the Argentine Chaco region and coordinates research lines on other large mammals in the Ibera Marshlands, Corrientes, Argentina.  (More)

Dra. Verónica Quiroga 

Dra. Verónica Quiroga

Dra. Verónica Quiroga

Project Coordinator in the Chaco region of Argentina. She holds a post-doctoral scholarship at the National Scientific and Technological Research Council (CONICET) and specializes in the study of jaguar and puma population in the Argentine semi-arid Chaco. She leads research lines related to monitoring the abundance of jaguar, puma, and their prey with camera traps, among other lines of work. She also coordinates the monitoring of mammals at Estancia La Fidelidad, future National Park in the Chaco region. (More)

Dr. Mario S. Di Bitetti

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Jaguar Project General Coordinator. He is a researcher at the National Scientific and Technological Research Council (CONICET) and specializes in the study of ecology and mammal behavior in subtropical areas of Argentina. He leads and oversees several lines of research within the Jaguar Project in Misiones, the Chaco region, and the Ibera Marshlands.  (More)

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