Nature Conservation welcomes editors Chelmala Srinivasulu and Marcus Fritze

02 September 2022

At Nature Conservation, we are pleased to welcome two new experts, who recently joined our editorial team. We are wishing them all the best as part of our journal’s team!

  • Dr. Chelmala Srinivasulu is an Associate Professor of Zoology at Osmania University (Hyderabad, India), where he also heads the Wildlife Biology and Taxonomy Lab. His research interests range from taxonomy to climate change modelling. At Nature Conservation, Chelmala will be handling studies on reptiles and mammals and addressing the subjects of Landscape planning and Infrastructure, and Climate change.

  • Dr. Marcus Fritze is a researcher at University of Greifswald (Germany) and a Project Manager at the BfN-funded "Endangered Data of Endangered Species", aiming to develop a comprehensive bat population dynamics database and help monitor the impact of climate and environmental change on bat populations throughout Germany. At our journal, Marcus will be contributing with his expertise on mammals and the subjects of Citizen Science, Monitoring, Wildlife disease and Landscape planning.

Nature Conservation is immensely grateful to all our editors to whom we owe the high quality and scientific value of the articles we publish.

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