MSc. (2008), now PhD. Student at the Animal Biology Department, University of Barcelona, Spain.
Deeply fascinated by wildlife since childhood, Víctor started his professional career with wolves in 2003 as a wildlife consultant, participating in several projects dealing with wolf management and monitoring in NW Spain. His main interests related with the species and its conservation are the ecological traits of wolves in human-dominated landscapes, the adaptive behavioral responses across large scale ecological gradients including the role of humans as a major source of environmental pressure, and to analyze whether environmental policies and regulations succeed in providing efficient tools to improve wolf-human coexistence. Now, he dedicates most of his time to his PhD. thesis in which he uses meta-analysis to unveil global patterns in wolf ecology and its implications in the species' management. Victor can be reached at:
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