- Academic year: 2001
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Natalia Hanazaki spent two months at ACT for training at the Indiana University in 2001. She also worked on the final chapters of her dissertation and collaborated with Dr. Emilio Moran in a joint paper. Dr. Moran served on her dissertation defense as an outside member of her doctoral committee at Unicamp, Campinas, Brazil.
Associate professor of the Department of Ecology and Zoology, Center of Biological Sciences, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, where coordinates the Laboratory of Human Ecology and Ethnobotany. Ecologist (graduated in Ecology, Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" UNESP/Rio Claro , 1992), master in Ecology (Institute of Biology, Universidade de São Paulo , 1997); doctor in Ecology (Institute of Biology, Universidade Estadual de Campinas , 2001), partially developed in ACT (Anthropological Center will be Training and Research on Global Environmental Change, Indiana University). She had scholarship grants from FAPESP during the specialization, master and doctoral researches, having worked with use of resources by fishing populations of the coast of São Paulo, including ethnobotany studies and studies on dietary habits of caiçaras. She had a post-doctoral scholarship (FAPESP) in the Laboratório de Ecologia e Restauração Florestal (LERF), Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz" (ESALQ/USP) , between 2001 and 2002, developing studies on ethnobotany. Her research areas are human ecology, ethnobotany and ethnoecology, focusing in artisanal fishers. In last the 4 years she received financial support for research projects from FAPESC, FUNPESQUISA (UFSC) and Fundação O Boticário para a Conservação da Natureza.
BEGOSSI, Alpina ; HANAZAKI, N. ; RAMOS, Rossano Marchetti . Food chain and the reasons for fish food taboos among Amazonian and Atlantic Forest fishers (Brazil). Ecological applications, v. 14, n. 5, p. 1334-1343, 2004.
HANAZAKI, N. . Comunidades, conservação e manejo: o papel do conhecimento ecológico local. Biotemas, Florianópolis, v. 16, n. 1, p. 23-47, 2003.
HANAZAKI, N. ; BEGOSSI, Alpina . Does Fish Still Matter? Changes in the diet of two Brazilian Fishing communities. Ecology Of Food And Nutrition, Philadelphia, PA, v. 42, n. 4-5, p. 279-301, 2003.
PERONI, Nivaldo ; HANAZAKI, N. . Current and lost diversity of cultivated varieties, especially Cassava, under swidden cultivation systems in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, v. 92, n. 2-3, p. 171-183, 2002.
HANAZAKI, N. ; PERONI, Nivaldo ; BEGOSSI, Alpina . Edible and Healing Plants in the Ethnobotany of Native Inhabitants of the Amazon and Atlantic Forest Areas of Brazil . In: Andrea Pieroni; Lisa Leimar Price. (Org.). Eating and Healing - traditional food as medicine. Binghamton, 2005.
BEGOSSI, Alpina ; HANAZAKI, N. ; RAMOS, Rossano M . Healthy Fish: Medicinal and Recommended Species in the Amazon and the Atlantic Forest Coast (Brazil) . In: Andrea Pieroni; Lisa Leimar Price. (Org.). Eating and Healing - Traditional food as medicine. Binghamton, 2005.
HANAZAKI, N. . Etnobotânica. In: Alpina Begossi. (Org.). Ecologia de Pescadores da Mata Atlântica e da Amazônia. São Paulo, 2004, v. , p. 37-57.HANAZAKI, N. ; BEGOSSI, Alpina . Dieta de populações de pescadores. In: Alpina Begossi. (Org.). Ecologia de Pescadores da Mata Atlântica e da Amazônia. São Paulo, 2004, p. 149-166.