Assessing the effect of shrub type and mound size on floral diversity.
A baseline study to gain an understanding of the Arthropod fauna present on the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, as well as, how they are effected by environmental factors such as habitat, vegetation, seasonal and climatic changes on the reserve.
As many species within desert environments are both nocturnal and elusive, it is difficult to gather reliable information on their populations. A camera trap is a camera that triggers when an animal passes in front of an infrared and motion detector.
To investigate and recommend strategies, to manage and restore the rangelands and conserve their biodiversity in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve.
To maintain a visual record of the different habitat types within the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve.
To supplement the wild population, which migrate through the UAE, of this species that is classified, on the IUCN Red Data List, as vulnerable through rapid population decline.
As the primary predator on the DDCR, the Arabian Red Fox has the ability to have an impact on other species through both competition and predation. A baseline study was required to gain a better understanding of the Arabian Red Fox within the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve.