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Funding Year 2020

Project: 20/1 Gharial recruitment at Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh, North India: Augmentation with an in-situ riverside hatchery, and pre-monsoon hatchling release.
Student: Gaurav Vashistha (India)
Institution(s): University of Delhi
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/2
FHVS-SRAS
Ultrasonographic features of the liver, spleen and gallbladder of sub-adult Philippine (Crocodylus mindorensis) and Saltwater (C. porosus) crocodiles.
Student: Elyn Buitizon (Philippines)
 
Institution(s): University of the Philippines - Los Baños
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/3
FHVS-SRAS
Ultrasonographic features of the urogenital organs in sub-adult Saltwater (Crocodylus porosus) and Philippine (C. mindorensis) crocodiles.
Student: Celia Setias (Philippines)
 
Institution(s): University of the Philippines - Los Baños
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/4 Revitalizing conservation and management of the American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) in the Dominican Republic.
Student: Robert Greco (USA)
 
Institution(s): University of North Florida
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/5 Understanding the mechanisms of West Nile virus (WNV) infection and induced lesions in Crocodylus porosus.
Student: Gervais Habarugira (Rwanda)

Institution(s): The University of Queensland
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/6 Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus): Population status and habitat mapping in the Babai River, Bardia, Nepal.
Student: Surakchya Paudel (Nepal)
 
Institution(s): Tribuwan University
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/7 Metal contamination and ecotoxicological effects on Caiman latirostris (Daudin, 1802) (Crocodylia, Alligatoridae) in lentic ecosystems of Atlantic forest in northeastern Brazil.
Student: Rayssa Santos (Brazil)
Institution(s): Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Universidade  Federal Rural de Pernambuco
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/8 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) study of male crocodylian anatomy.
Student: Milan Piva (USA)
Institution(s): University of Missouri
Status: Ongoing

Project: 20/9 Ecology and genetic diversity of Paleosuchus palpebrosus in the Cerrado biodiversity hotspot: Conservation of an iconic apex predator in rare aquatic environments in Central Brazil Highlands.
Student: Jose Marcos Abreu (Brazil)
Institution(s): University of Brasilia
Status: Ongoing

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