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Lucas Moura


PhD Student

I am a Ph.D. student at UNBC working under the supervision of Dr. Eduardo Martins. My main topic of study is temperature trends and their effects on the fish population in Omineca Region (BC) and in the Amazon (Brazil). I am interested in understanding how climate change affects species, especially in aquatic ecosystems, and I seek to reflect on how this knowledge can be decisive in our decision-making as a society. I’ve also worked for almost 10 years with conservation and environmental education in semi-arid regions of Brazil trying to improve the knowledge for people in the community around conservation areas so that they can implement attitudes to develop the conservation and preservation of these areas.

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2021-2023    Environmental Project Analyst, Caatinga Association, Fortaleza, Brazil

2017-2020    Environmental Education Agent, Caatinga Association, Fortaleza, Brazil

2014-2016    Conservation Technician, Caatinga Association, Fortaleza, Brazil


2012-2014    MSc in Ecology and Natural Resources, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil

2008-2011    BSc in Biological Sciences, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil

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