Anna Paula Rodrigues

PhD in Forestry, Research Assistant
Lincoln University, New Zealand

Fields of interest:

Restoration ecology, habitat fragmentation, invasive species, dryland and savanna ecosystems

Recent publications:

Rodrigues, A.P, Felfili, J.M., Vale, M.M. 2014. Value of an Urban Fragment for the Conservation of Cerrado in the Federal District of Brazil. Oecologia Australis (under editing)

Rodrigues, AP., Pádua, C.B.V, Felfili, J.M. 2005. Ecological Corridor Proposal between Brasilia National Park and Águas Emendadas Ecological Station – Federal District (Brazil). In: APA de Cafuringa: A Última Fronteira do DF. 1 ed. Brasilia – DF: SEMARH – DF, v. 1(2005).

Congress/conference abstracts:

Environmental factors preventing ecological succession and restoration of woody tree species in degraded short tussock grasslands in New Zealand’s South Island. Conference proceedings, NZ Ecological Society Conference, November-2015.

Ecological Thresholds as Constraints to the Growth and Survival of Woody Tree Species in Degraded Grassland in the South Island’s Dryland Zone (Final Results and Conclusion). Poster presented at New Zealand Ecological Society Conference, Palmerston North, November 16-20, 2014.

Vegetation Analysis of an Urban Fragment of Cerrado Sensu Stricto. Poster presented at the International Ecology Symposium, FUNDEP and UFMG, Belo Horizonte – Brazil, August 25-27, 2014;

Conservation value of an urban Cerrado fragment in Central Brazil. Poster presented at the 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB 2011). Auckland, New Zealand. Period: 5 to 9 of December, 2011.