Projects supported through BIOPAT

(No., project title, country, project executive organisation, funding amount [Euro])

  1. Inventory of the orchids of the Tariquia conservation area, Tarija and organisation of a "orchidarium".
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 7.750
  2. Publication of an extended and revised version of the book "Edible wild fruits from Santa Cruz" for the ecological education of the local population.
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 5.770
  3. Training of local park rangers about the ecology and protection of  amphibians in bolivian protected areas.
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 6.000
  4. Investigation of the palm-trees of Bolivia as a basis for a publication for the ecological education of the local population.
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 4.280
  5. Acquisition of the flora und vegetation of the Chiquitano mountains Chochis und Santiago to declare a conservation area.
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 2.880
  6. Botanical in vivo-collection: "Creación de un centro de exposición y conservación de la botánica de Bolivia".
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 11.000
  7. Creation of a protected area for the Dragontree-Rainforest "Maromiza" near Andasibe / Madagascar.
    Madagascar, NAT-Stuttgart, 12.112
  8. Recent measures to Maromiza project.
    Madagascar, NAT-Stuttgart, 3.500
  9. Workshop on the importance of bats in Sri Lanka to raise awareness of employees of the Department of Wildlife Conservation and the manager of tea plantations.
    Sri Lanka, Zoologisches Institut Uni München (Prof. Schuller), 8.655
  10. Staff training and improvement  of the technical equipment of the herpetological department of the Musum of Natural History in Lima/Peru.
    Peru, Staatliche Naturhistorische Sammlung Dresden (Dr. E. Lehr), 11.083
  11. Establishment of a local insect collection and training local professionals to Parataxonomen in Myanmar.
    Myanmar, Naturhistorisches Museum Wien und ZSM-München (Dr. Schillhammer und Dr. Balke), 12.500
  12. Proclaiming a new flagship-species (Varanus mabitang) to promote the protection of the lowland rainforest in NW-Panay, Philippines.
    Philippines, Conservation Biology Unit der Uni Bochum (Prof. Curio), 12.800
  13. An action plan for the conservation and sustainable use of Madagascar’s most prominent endangered amphibians: the Mantella aurantiaca and Dyscophus antongili complexes.
    Madagascar, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, Universiteit van Amsterdam (Miguel Vences), 11.000
  14. Co- financing of a standard work on the biodiversity of Bolivia together with FAN and the Ministry of Sustainable Development (Hrsg. Dr. Pierre Ibisch  und Gonzalo Merida).
    Bolivia, F.A.N., 7.000
  15. Helicopter-Expedition into the Cocapata-Mosetenes Region.
    Bolivia, Uni Göttingen-Inst. Für Pflanzensystematik (Dr. Michael Kessler und Dr. Sebastian Herzog), 3.200

    Nn Expansion of Herpetological Collection Museo de Historia Natural Noel Kempff Mercado (Santa Cruz).
    Bolivia, Museo de Historia Natural Noel Kempff Mercado (Santa Cruz, Bolivien; Aleida Justiniano, 1.300
  16. Supporting the Zoological Garden of Vietnam  for the conservation of endangered local species.
    Vietnam, Aquarium des Kölner Zoo und Zoo in Vietnam (Dr. Thomas Ziegler), 10.000
  17. Rainforest the Crater Mountain Wildlife Management Area /Papua New Guinea.
    Papua New Guinea, Wildlife Conservation Society Papua Neuguinea (Koordinator Michael Balke), 2.640
  18. Biodiversity Baseline Study of Mollusks and Algae and Taxonomic Training for Undergraduate Students at Marine Science Department, Sam Ratulangi University Manado.
    Indonesia, Sam Ratulangi University Manado, Indonesia (Koordinator Dr. Grevo Gehrung), 1.500
  19. Evaluation of Bolivian amphibians in relation to the global decline of amphibian populations with regard to  the potential past and presence of chytridiomycosis.
    Bolivia, Centro de Biodiversidad y Genética (CBG, Cochabamba, Bolivia) and Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid, Spain (MNCN) Dr. Ignacio de la Riva, 1.300
  20. 1. Follow- promotion : contribution of the Zoological Garden of Vietnam to obtain local endangered species (Nr. 17).
    Vietnam, Aquarium des Kölner Zoo und Zoo in Vietnam (Dr. Thomas Ziegler), 7.000
  21. 1.Prolongation Mabitang-Varan-Project: Telemetric Survey and Ecological Consciousness Training of local population.
    Philippines, Dr. Maren Gaulke und Prof. Curio/Uni Bochum , 10.200
  22. Conservation of Tomato frog populations within and aound the town of Maroantsetra, NE Madagascar.
    Madagascar, Dr. Franco Andreone and Antongil Conservation Center, 10.000
  23. Effectiv protection of Lemurs in the Antsohihy region in the Northwest of Madagascar..
    Madagascar, Dr. Ute Radespiel / TiHo Hannover, 11.000
  24. Sound guide of the Anurans from Southern Brazil and Uruguay.
    Brazil, Axel Kwet / Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart, 3.000
  25. Autecological fieldstudies and Capacity Building for local scientists with regard to Atelopus-Species in Peru.
    Peru, Stefan Lötters / Biogeographie der Universität Trier, 3.850
  26. Sahonagasy Web Platform.
    Madagascar, M.Vences/F.Andreone Godwana Conservation and Research e.V., 6.500
  27. Borana and Bole Lowlands Exploration.
    Athiopien, Prof. Ensermu Kalbessa (Uni of Addis Abeba), 9.500
  28. Marine Benthic Fauna Field Guide.
    Chile, Vreni Häussermann/Huinay Research Center, 5.000
  29. Spiders of Laos.
    Laos, Peter Jäger/Senckenberg B.Praxaysombath/Uni.of Laos, 5.000

    29 a   Spiders of Laos - supplementary agreement.
    Laos, Peter Jäger/Senckenberg, B.Praxaysombath/Uni.of Laos, 2.100
  30. Spider-Symposium
    Laos, Peter Jäger/Senckenberg, B.Praxaysombath/Uni.of Laos, 5.700
  31. Moraea vuvuzela conservation project
    South africa, John Manning und Ismail Ebrahim SANBI, 5.500
  32. Amphibians protection and breeding project.
    Madagascar, Rainer Dolch, 4.000
  33. Sponges as indicator organisms.
    Chile, Vreni Häussermann, Huinay Foundation, 4.500
  34. Hula-frog Project
    Israel, Miguel Vences, 12.000

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