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Council members are people with a great deal of research experience on African (small) carnivores and who tightly collaborated with the Founder over the past years. They discuss and take the strategic decisions related to the organization, but can be assisted by core and honorary members in this process.
Core members are people with a great deal of research experience on carnivores and who are currently running or planning some research projects on African small carnivores. Some are collaborating with the council members and/or with each other, while others work independently.
Honorary members are highly experienced (in some cases retired) researchers who have substantially contributed to increasing our knowledge on some African small carnivore species. They can be consulted to obtain information on selected species and research topics and techniques.
Scientific collaborators are project leaders and/or researchers whose work primarily focuses on other vertebrate taxa, but who collaborate with either the council or core members, or periodically run some independent projects on small carnivores.
Regional coordinators are members who serve as focal people for queries related to specific regions. They coordinate the collection of records by liaising with country representatives and report to the Executive Director.
Country representatives are focal people for queries related to the corresponding countries. They gather national records and report to both the regional coordinators and Executive Director. There may be more than one representative per country, especially for large countries.
Students listed below are either supervised by ASCaRIs members or decided to join the organization to be part of this collective research effort and showcase their work on small carnivores on this website.
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