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Andrea NietoCountry of origin: Ecuador Currently in: Canada, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador General field of specialization: Biological Systems and Organisms
Degrees2020 Master Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences2012 Undergraduate Biological Systems and Organisms
Current Research Activities
Biological Systems and Organisms
Publications resulting from Research:
Nieto A, Graham C, Wuëst R & Varassin I. Temporal niche partitioning of a hummingbird-plant network in the southeastern Atlantic Forest. In preparation.
Tinoco BA, Latta S, Astudillo PX, Nieto A & Graham CH. 2021. Temporal stability in species richness but reordering in species abundances within avian assemblages of a Tropical Andes conservation hot-spot. Biotropica. Submitted for publication.
Aguilar MG, Barnuevo E, Nieto A, Latta SC & Tinoco BA. 2020. Relative abundance and microhabitat of four sympatric antpittas in an interandean valley of southern Ecuador. Ornitología Neotropical. 31(1): 79-87
Tobar F, Nieto A, Guevara E, Gavilanes MJ, Richter F, Pérez AJ, Marcayata A, Rea E, Cevallos D & Graham CH. 2020. Plants of Las Gralarias Reserve visited by hummingbirds. Field guide. Field Museum
Aguilar JM, Nieto A, Espinoza N, Loja G & Tinoco BA. 2019. Assessing patterns of bird roadkill in a high Andean Ecuadorian national park. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment. 54(3): 149-156
Tinoco B, Graham L, Astudillo PX, Nieto A, Aguilar JM, Latta, SC & Graham CH. 2019. Survival estimates of bird species across altered habitats in the tropical Andes. Journal of Field Ornithology. 90(2):105-116
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:ResearchI am writing some scientific articles related to my master's degree. Preparing scientific dissemination material (e-book and digital guides) with data from my master's research.
Workshop and Conference Attended2021 Virtual Global Biodiversity Festival2017 Riohacha, Colombia VI Bird Banding and Molt Analysis Course2016 Cuenca, Ecuador Monitoring and banding hummingbirds2015 Cuenca, Ecuador Introduction to field ornithology: techniques for bird monitoring
AffiliationsLaboratório de Interações e Biologia Reprodutiva (LINTER)
Presentation given2021Niche partitioning of a hummingbird-plant network in Brazil.Virtual - https://fb.watch/63p0SQ9L7V/Event: Ornithology from other points of view.2016Influence of cattle grazing on páramo birds at the Cajas National Park, EcuadorZamora, EcuadorEvent: V Ecuadorian Ornithology Meeting.2014Exploring the best pollinator in a plant community of Llaviucu, Cajas National Park, Southern Ecuador.Mindo, EcuadorEvent: IV Ecuadorian Ornithology Meeting.