Daniele Barcelos & Guilherme Ferreira

Daniele Barcelos is a researcher at Mamirauá Institute for Sustainable Development for the Research Group on Ecology and Conservation of Felids in the Amazon. Daniele collaborated in this mammal monitoring project led by Guilherme Ferreira at Instituto Biotrópicos, using the data for her dissertation, as part of her MSc in Ecology at the University of Brasília. Her research interests include community ecology with an emphasis on mammal dynamics, and camera trapping for biodiversity monitoring and conservation.

Guilherme Ferreira is an ecologist with Instituto Biotrópicos and was previously a research fellow at University College London. He has been using camera traps to study wildlife for almost 20 years and is interested in how habitat protection and management can mitigate the negative impacts of anthropogenic pressure on biodiversity.