William Douglas de Carvalho is a PhD student at the Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, working under the supervision of Carlos Esbérard but doing part of his research at the University of Lisbon, with Jorge Palmeirim. He is studying the influence of altitude on the natural history of phylostomid bats in the South American Atlantic rainforest.
Martins, M.A., Carvalho, W.D., Dias, D., França, D.S., Oliveira, M.B. & Peracchi, A.L. (2015) Bat species richness (Mammalia, Chiroptera) along an elevational gradient in the Atlantic forest of southeastern Brazil.Acta Chiropterologica, 7(2), 401-409. DOI:10.3161/15081109ACC2015.17.2.016 (IF2015 1,105; Q2 Zoology)
Carvalho, W.D., Rosalino, L.M., Dalponte, J.C., Santos, B., Adania, C.H. & Esbérard, C.E.L. (2015) Can footprints of small and medium sized felids be distinguished in the field? Evidences from Brazil’s Atlantic forest.Tropical Conservation Science, 8(3), 760-777. DOI: (IF2015 1,194; Q3 Biodiversity Conservation)