WCS Colombia

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  • NEWSLETTER WCS COLOMBIANEWSLETTER WCS COLOMBIA

    WCS Colombia shares the new edition of its newsletter "En Terreno".

    It includes information about the participation of WCS Colombia in the past XII Cimfauna and the signing of an agreement in favor of the Saldaña river basin.


  • WCS JOINS THE PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION EFFORTS IN THE SALDAÑA RIVER BASINWCS JOINS THE PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION EFFORTS IN THE SALDAÑA RIVER BASIN

    Public-private partnership for the main tributary of the Magdalena River in Tolima.

    National Parks of Colombia, Cementos Argos, and WCS Colombia finalized the agreement that hopes to mitigate threats affecting the supply of environmental resources related to the upper reaches of the Saldaña river, initially prioritizing the subbasins of Siquila and Cambrin.

  • THE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY (WCS) SEEKS A KNOWLEDGE MANAGER TO JOIN THE MANAGEMENT TEAM OF OUR ANDES-AMAZON REGION.

    The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks a Knowledge Manager to join the team of our Andes-Amazon Region.  This position provides an opportunity for an outstanding professional with a relevant academic background (M.A./M.S. or higher) and work experience to join a cohesive, passionate, and committed team to save some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and wild places on Earth. The position is based in Lima, Peru, and entails close collaboration with colleagues in Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, and the New York headquarters, as well as with WCS’s partners.

    To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to WCSlatinamerica@wcs.orgRef.: Knowledge Manager, Andes-Amazon RegionPlease include at least three references and your salary expectations. Also, note that interviews will be carried out in Spanish and English.

  • JOB OPPORTUNITY: AMAZON WATERS CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT COORDINATOR, ANDES-AMAZON REGION

    The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks a dynamic, well-organized and hard-working Program Officer to join the Andes-Amazon Region team.


    This position provides an opportunity for an outstanding professional with a relevant academic background (M.A./M.S. or higher) and work experience to join a cohesive, passionate, and committed team to save some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and wild places on Earth. The Amazon Waters Citizen Science Project Coordinator position is based in Peru or Brazil, has extensive travel requirements, and entails close collaboration with colleagues and stakeholders in those countries, as well as with other Amazon countries and globally.

     

    To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to (WCSlatinamerica@wcs.org), Ref.:Amazon Waters Citizen Science Project Coordinator. Please include at least three references and your salary expectations. Also, note that interviews will be carried out in Spanish and Portuguese.

     

  • JOB OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OFFICER, ANDES-AMAZON REGIONJOB OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM OFFICER, ANDES-AMAZON REGION

    The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks a dynamic, well-organized and hard-working Program Officer to join the management team of our Andes-Amazon Region.  This position provides an opportunity for an outstanding professional with a relevant academic background (B.A./B.S. or higher) and work experience to join a cohesive, passionate, and committed team to save some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and wild places on Earth. The position is based in Lima, Peru, and entails close collaboration with colleagues in Bolivia, Brasil, Ecuador, Peru, and the New York headquarters.

     

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to (WCSlatinamerica@wcs.org), Ref.: Program Officer, Andes-Amazon Region.


Publications


Description/Abstract: Guía para iniciar con SMART. Herramienta de monitoreo e información espacial para el control y vigilancia en áreas protegidas.
Publisher: WCS Colombia
Full Citation: Guía para iniciar con SMART. Herramienta de monitoreo e información espacial para el control y vigilancia en áreas protegidas.
Author(s): C. A. Cultid-Medina, F. Escobar
Year: 2016
Description/Abstract: Assessing the Ecological Response of Dung Beetles in an Agricultural Landscape Using Number of Individuals and Biomass in Diversity Measures. Article: Environmental Entomology Advance Access published January 23, 2016
Full Citation: Assessing the Ecological Response of Dung Beetles in an Agricultural Landscape Using Number of Individuals and Biomass in Diversity Measures
Author(s): Leonor Valenzuela, Mariana Sarmiento, Mónica Ramírez, Lina María Caro, Isaac Goldstein, Germán Foreno, Padu Franco
Year: 2016
Description/Abstract: Marco conceptual para el monitoreo y la toma de decisiones: Una aplicación para la región del Piedemonte Andino-Amazónico.
Journal/Source: WCS Colombia
Publisher: WCS Colombia
Full Citation: Marco conceptual para monitoreo
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