Project Coordinator
Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS)
Room 482 Wallace Building,125 Dysart Road
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB 
R3T 2N2


Academic Background

PhD in Biological Sciences (2018), University of Manitoba
MSc in Biological Oceanography (2012), Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG)
BSc in Biological Sciences (2009), Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE)

Research Interests

I am a marine biologist and during my graduate studies I worked with seabirds (ecology and toxicology). I have experience with prey-predator interactions, stable isotope analysis and metal contaminants. 
I am currently working as a project coordinator for multiple projects (MPRI, GENICE, ArcticNet, NCP) studying contaminants such as hydrocarbons and mercury in the low Arctic. My duties include: compile and perform technical edition of scientific reports; assist in field work and field work preparation; facilitate communication between partners and collaborators; update and manage metadata record in the Polar Data Catalogue; meet and consult with northern stakeholders.

Recent and Significant Publications

Carvalho, P.C., Maynard, L.D. & Davoren, G.K. 2020. Responses of sympatric shearwaters to supplemental food under varying natural prey availability on the wintering grounds of coastal Newfoundland, Canada. Marine Ornithology 48: 255-262.
Carvalho, P.C. & Davoren, G.K. 2020. Niche dynamics of sympatric non-breeding shearwaters under varying prey availability. Ibis 162: 701–712
Maynard, L.D., Carvalho, P.C. & Davoren, G.K. 2020. Seabirds vary responses to supplemental food under dynamic natural prey availability and feeding aggregation composition. The Auk 137: 1–13.
Carvalho, P.C. & Davoren, G.K. 2019. Associations of non-breeding shearwater species on the northeastern Newfoundland coast. Marine Ecology Progress Series 627: 1–12.
Gulka, J., Carvalho, P.C., Jenkins E., Johnson, K., Maynard, L., Davoren, G.K. 2017. Dietary niche shifts of multiple marine predators under varying prey availability on the northeast Newfoundland coast. Frontiers in Marine Science 4: 1-11