About me

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I am a passionate Wildlife Biology Doctoral Researcher with a strong interest in the coexistence of humans and wildlife.
My primary focus is on studying the dynamics between these two entities and finding effective conservation strategies. I firmly believe that understanding the intricate relationship between humans and wildlife is crucial for the sustainable management of our ecosystems.

I have extensive experience in the RStudio environment, employing advanced statistical analyses to interpret complex data and uncover meaningful patterns. Additionally, I am well-versed in QGIS, enabling me to conduct spatial analyses and work with remote sensing technologies. I specialize in utilizing satellite images and camera-trap data to understand wildlife distribution, behavior, and habitat preferences.

Beyond my professional endeavors, I have a deep appreciation for observing wildlife in their natural habitats. I am particularly drawn to non-invasive monitoring methods, as they allow us to study animals without disrupting their natural behaviors. This approach aligns with my commitment to ethical wildlife research and conservation.

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