Pedro Salgueiro

MSc. in Conservation Biology, Collaborator

I have completed my degree in Biology in 2006, my Master degree in Conservation Biology in 2009, and I hold a PhD in Biology since 2020 where I focus my thesis on landscape connectivity analysis applied to bird community persistence in fragmented areas.
My main areas of research are Conservation Biology, Landscape Ecology and Restoration Ecology mainly applied to animal species and communities in human-modified landscapes. My interest relies mostly on unravelling the determinants of species and communities distribution patterns in landscapes vulnerable to change, namely, habitat degradation, habitat loss and landscape fragmentation.