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Doctoral dissertation entitled Conservation Plan for endemic endangered Geraniaceae in Cazorla, Segura and las Villas Natural Park, Andalusia, Spain, Submitted by Maria Luisa Osorio Rosales. School of Forestry and Agricultural Engineering, Cordoba University, 2000.

Doctoral dissertation entitled The role of Spain in the introduction of plant species of economic interest from America, Submitted by Lora Angel Gonzalez. School of Forestry and Agricultural Engineering, Cordoba University, 1994.

Supervisor of the following intermediate research projects to obtain the Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Interuniversity Doctorate Programme of Cordoba University and the International University of Andalusia:

Assessment of the habitat of Cedrela odorata L. in Costa Rica (2007) Submitted by Dora Ingrid Rivera (Costa Rica). Co-supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rafael Navarro Cerrillo, Cordoba University.

Trade and sustainable use of species of the family Dendrobatidae (2007) Submitted by Mercedes Núñez Román (Spain). Co-supervisor: Prof. Dr. Manfred Niekisch, University of Greifswald, Germany.

The use of Hoodia spp. Case study in Spain (2007) Submitted by Mercedes Lasso Liceras (Spain).

Agarwood Use and Trade in the State of Kuwait (2007), Submitted by Shereefa Sultan Salem Al-Hamad (Kuwait).

Evaluation of the implementation of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora in Zambia: An Assessment and Recommendations for effective implementation (2007) Submitted by Francesca Chisangano (Zambia).

CITES Hunting trophies: personal use versus commercial purpose (2009) Submitted by Paulo Carmo (Portugal).

Ecology, Forestry and Conservation Status of Araucaria araucana (Molina) K. Koch Forests in Chile (2009) Submitted by Fernando Olave (Chile).

Data collection and analysis of available information on Candelilla as a basis for making non-detriment findings (2010). Submitted by Hesiquio Benítez Díaz (Mexico). 

Supervisor of the following Master’s Degree Theses submitted at the International University of Andalusia, where they are available for public consultation and were recognised as intermediate research projects to obtain the Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Interuniversity Doctorate Programme of Cordoba University and the International University of Andalusia:

Effects of listing a pest species (Myiopsitta monachus monachus) in Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) (1999). Submitted by Marcel Calvar Agrelo (Uruguay).

Regulations for the registration of commercial nurseries that breed and export mainly specimens of species listed in the Appendices of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) (1999). Submitted by Sulenma Ramirez Maujarres (Venezuela).

Analysis of international trade in wildlife, permits, certificates and CITES controls in Mexico and countries that trade with Mexico regularly (2000). Submitted by Benjamin Brizuela González (Mexico).

Analysis of trade, law and artificial propagation of Mexican cacti (2000). Submitted by Irma Sonia Franco Martínez (Mexico). "

Wise use of Prunus africana on Bioko Island (2000). Submitted by Francisco Santiago Engonga Osona (Equatorial Guinea).

Lacertida listed in CITES (2001). Submitted by Celia García Martínez (Spain).

Analysis for setting common standards for the conservation and sustainable use of the Blue-Fronted Parrot Amazona aestiva in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay (2001). Submitted by Flavio Nicolas Moschione (Argentina).

Analysis of international trade in wild flora, CITES controls in Mexico and countries that traded with Mexico regularly (2001). Submitted by Jose Ernesto Marín Mercado (Mexico).

The control of trade and potentially invasive species: present status of the Florida turtle (Trachemys scripta elegans) in Spain (2001). Submitted by Juan Antonio Barquero Quintana (Spain).

Diagnosis of wildlife hunting in the Department of Caquetá – Western Amazon, Colombia (2001). Submitted by Luis Fernando Lara Rodriguez (Colombia).

Current Status, exploitation and control of Argentine populations of the Burrowing Parrot Cyanoliseus patagonus. Recommendations for a management plan for the species (2001). Submitted by Maria Victoria Bisheimer (Argentina).

Diagnosis and quantification of the legal international trade of Ara macao and its population status in Mexico (2001). Submitted by Miguel Angel Flores Mejía (Mexico).

A preliminary review of international trade and its potential for sustainable use programmes in Colombia (2001). Submitted by Alfonso Valbuena Ricardo Vargas (Colombia).

CITES information campaign aimed at university students (2001). Submitted by Sofía Cocera Pastor (Spain).

Ansellia africana Lindl. (Orchidaceae): Distribution, Trade, Conservation and Management in Kenya (2002). Submitted by Beatrice Nangami Khayota (Kenya).

Diagnosis of populations of species of the genus Amazona distributed in Mexico and analysis of the international and domestic trade of the species (2002). Submitted by Claudia Abarca Argüelles (Mexico).

Plant species from the territory of former Yugoslavia listed in the Appendices of the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) - Threat Status and Conservation measures (2002). Submitted by Helena Cvijic (former Yugoslavia).

Actions to be implemented for the establishment of good cooperation between the Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay for the protection and conservation of sea turtles (2005). Submitted by Maria Tonelli (Argentina).

Agarwood Use and Trade in the State of Kuwait (2007). Submitted by Shereefa Sultan Salem Al-Hamad (Kuwait).

Evaluation of the implementation of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora in Zambia: An Assessment and Recommendations for effective implementation (2007). Submitted by Francesca Chisangano (Zambia).

Guidelines for the management plans that include mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King) in forest concessions in Madre de Dios (Peru) (2008). Submitted by Fabiola Nuñez Rocio Neyra (Peru).

The population status, trade and the harvesting of Blue Tree Fern [Cyathea contaminans (Wall.) Copel] in Indonesia (2008). Submitted by Nunu Anugrah (Indonesia).

Drafting a National Strategy for Access and Benefit-sharing (ABS) in Egypt (2008). Submitted by Ahmed Zedan (Egypt).

Analysis of exports of Non-CITES flora from Peru (2001-2005) as a basis for decision-making and management control" (2008). Submitted by Andrea del Pino Carpio (Peru).

The National Biodiversity Policy in Bogota, DC Colombia 1996-2008: A diagnosis of implementation (2010). Submitted by Carmen Rocío González Cantor (Colombia).

Review on the Implementation of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Jordan (2010). Submitted by Ehab Khalil Eid (Jordan).

Analysis of trade in copal resin (Hymenaea courbaril L.) in the Republic of Colombia (2010). Submitted by Lina Esperanza Mendoza Salamanca (Colombia).

Evaluation of the legislation and institutional arrangements facilitating the proposed implementation of CITES in the Kingdom of Bahrain (2010). Submitted by Ali Mansoor Abbas Abdulla (Bahrain).

Graduation research projects:

Plants used in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry: a basis for sustainable use submitted by Ana Merino Ayllón at the School of Agricultural and Forestry Engineers, Cordoba University.

In vitro conservation of callus and shoots of Betula pendula subsp. fontqueri: Application to the maintenance of clonal lines submitted by Teresa Parra Heras at the School of Agricultural and Forestry Engineers, Cordoba University.

Collecting of morphological characters for intravarietal differentiation in Gossypium hirsutum L. submitted by Juana Alvarez Susín at the School of Biological Sciences, Cordoba University in 1985.

Contribution to knowledge of the phenology of weeds in the Cordoba countryside submitted by Buensuceso Hidalgo at the School of Biological Sciences, Cordoba University in 1982.




 
 
 
   
 
 
  Prof. Dr MARGARITA ÁFRICA CLEMENTE-MUÑOZ
Full Professor
Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Agrónomos y de Montes
Departamento de Ciencias y Recursos Agrícolas y Forestales
Edificio Celestino Mutis (C4), 2ª planta. Campus de Rabanales
UNIVERSIDAD DE CÓRDOBA. 14071 Córdoba, SPAIN
(e-mail: cr1clmum@uco.es)