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James Roper

  • Research Associate, Graduate program in Ecology and Conservation
  • Federal University of Paraná
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Research interests

conservationreproductionpopulation dynamicsEcology

About

Indiana, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Washington, Montana, Idaho, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Utah.

Co-authors (131)

Publications (5)

  • Defaunation as a trigger for the additional loss of plant species in fragmented landscapes: considerations on the state of Espírito Santo, southeastern Brazil

    • Srbek-Araujo A
    • Gnocchi A
    • Guimarães L
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  • Global patterns of interaction specialization in bird-flower networks

    • Zanata T
    • Dalsgaard B
    • Passos F
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  • Small boats as vectors of marine invasion : experimental test of velocity and desiccation as limits

    • Kauano R
    • Roper J
    • Rocha R
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  • A tropical bird with a short breeding season and high rates of nesting success: the breeding ecology of the Star-throated Antwren (Rhopias gularis: Thamnophilidae) in subtropical Brazil

    • Lima A
    • Roper J
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  • Changes in water quality and the phytoplankton community associated with tilapia cage farming in tropical lakes

    • Miranda T
    • Lima H
    • Galon B
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Professional experience

Research Associate, Graduate program in Ecology and Conservation

Federal University of Paraná

July 1998 - Present

Professor

Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS)

July 1997 - June 1998(a year)

Post-doc

Utah State University

January 1996 - June 1997(a year)

Education history

Post doctoral researcher

Utah State University

January 1996 - June 2007(11 years)

Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania

September 1989 - May 1996(7 years)

M.S.

Arizona State University - Main Campus

September 1985 - December 1988(3 years)

B.S.

Oklahoma State University

January 1975 - July 1978(4 years)