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Cryopreservation life stages of marine organisms
We are interested in the potential of using cryopreservation techniques to freeze larval life stages of different marine animals in order to revive them later to be used in experiments. You will do a literature analysis to find ou ...
Supervisor: Rosa ven der Ven
Robbert-Jan Geertsma

Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Culturing marine nematodes and using them in experiments
A lot remains still unknown about marine nematodes. Where their terrestrial and fresh water counterparts are cultivated extensively and used in all sorts of research, for marine nematodes there are still outstanding questions whic ...
Supervisor: Rosa van der Ven
Robbert-Jan Geertsma

Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Restoring sea urchins in Saba
For an ongoing project on sea urchins (www.hvhl.nl/diadema) we're looking for multiple internship students who can come to Saba for 5-6 months starting from February 2022. You will be working on rearing and releasing sea urchins i ...
Supervisor: Alwin Hylkema
Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Environmental DNA metabarcoding from North Sea samples using MinION DNA sequencing
To monitor biodiversity in the North Sea, usually samples are taken either by fishing gear or grabs, or through direct collection by divers. A new method that adds to this is studying DNA that is present in the water column, so ca ...
Supervisor: Reindert Nijland
Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Marine Biodiversity assessment by Cas9 based target enrichment and Nanopore DNA sequencing
In this project you will develop an innovative method using a Cas9 enzyme to prepare a sequencing library by targeting mitochondrial DNA from a variety of marine species. You will then sequence this enriched library using state of ...
Supervisor: Reindert Nijland
Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Review of contaminants in sharks and rays
We are looking for a student who can do a literature review on the contaminants that are currently known to be present in sharks and rays. We are also interested in the known and/or prospected effects of the contaminants, particul ...
Supervisor: Martine van den Heuvel-Greve
Department: Marine Animal Ecology
ReViFES: Obtaining larvae of flat oysters for restoration
At present, flat oyster hatchery production is erratic with sudden and unexplained mortalities of larvae and spat. Contrary to e.g. Pacific oysters, hatchery production of flat oysters is more complicated because fertilization tak ...
Supervisor: Pauline Kamermans
Sophie Valk

Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Setting ecological baselines for Arctic species
Studies on invertebrate marine species in the Arctic (Svalbard) right now are focusing on community composition, but there is a lot more that can be measured! Think of length, weight, fat content, fat composition (contaminants), D ...
Supervisor: Martine van den Heuvel-Greve
Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Unveiling diet composition of flatfish in the North Sea using DNA-based methods.
Flatfish species such as plaice (Pleuronectes platessa) and sole (Solea solea) are important species for fisheries and are targeted by fishing fleets since the eary nineteenth century. Currently, beam trawling catches flatfish eff ...
Supervisor: Karlijn Doorenspleet
Reindert Nijland

Department: Marine Animal Ecology
Effects of lost fishing gear on marine flora and fauna in the North Sea and Adriatic Sea
Lost and abandoned fishing gear (LAFG) has been identified as a large contributor to marine plastic pollution. Once lost in the ocean fishing gear is continuously capturing marine life that is getting entangled and often perishes. ...
Supervisor: Erik Wurz, Diede Maas
Department: Marine Animal Ecology
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