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BSc thesis: Een extra stap naar kringlooplandbouw; bermmaaisel als bodemverbeteraar in agrarische grond
Duurzaam bermbeheer zorgt voor een hogere diversiteit aan bloemen die hard nodig zijn om de bijenstand goed te houden. Een onderdeel van duurzaam bermbeheer is het maaien en afvoeren van maaisel om eutrofiering in de berm te voork ...
Supervisor: Maartje van der Sloot
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis or internship: Can soil inoculation enhance the success of endangered plant reintroductions?
Do you want to learn how we can conserve endangered plant species using reintroductions? In collaboration with Bosgroepen Zuid Nederland our research team aims to keep populations of endangered plants of old-grown forests viable.  ...
Supervisor: Sina Bohm
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
BSc thesis: Can we “grow” bigger predatory hoverflies to promote biological pest control?
Hoverflies are providers of two important ecosystem services – pollination and pest control. Their larva have diverse feeding requirements – some are predators, other are saprophages. Yet, the adults depend on floral resources ...
Supervisor: dr. Hila Segre
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: Can biodiversity and food production go hand in hand?
Conservation management in agricultural landscapes requires tight collaboration and willingness of local farmers. Biodiversity can also help farmers increase their yields, since many organisms promote beneficial ecosystem services ...
Supervisor: Hila Segre
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: Populational and latitudinal differences in great tit behaviour
To join an experiment which will be running at the Department of Animal Ecology at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology in Wageningen (NIOO-KNAW), we look for a highly motivated student. As part of her NWO-VENI project, dr. Barbar ...
Supervisor: dr. Maaike de Jong (PEN)
prof. dr. Marcel Visser (ABG & NIOO-KNAW)
dr. Barbara Tomotani (NIOO-KNAW)

Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: The New Normal? - Response of Tundra Vegetation and Permafrost to Weather Extremes
In recent years, Arctic Siberia has made headlines with several years of extremely hot summers and forest/tundra fires. Summer temperature is not the only extreme that has been occurring in recent years on the tundra; at the Kytal ...
Supervisor: Rúna Magnússon MSc & Dr. Monique Heijmans
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
Biodiversity benefits of lupin cultivation
Arthropods provide valuable ecosystem services to agricultural crops, but their populations are severely under threat due to habitat loss and agricultural intensification. One measure that can benefit arthropods in agroecosystems  ...
Supervisor: Gabriella Bishop
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: The good, the bad, and the superspreading neighbour: how does pathogen damage to plants depend on the species identity of their neighbours?
The growth, survival and reproduction of plants can be strongly driven by pathogens. But what determines that likelihood that a plant gets infected in the first place, and the likelihood that an infection will cause severe damage? ...
Supervisor: Fons van der Plas, Jasper van Ruijven
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: Do plant-mycorrhizal interactions determine how much plant roots contribute to soil carbon storage?
Grasslands have a strong ability to mitigate climate change through the storage of carbon in the soil. But which grassland species contribute most to carbon storage? With this project, you will perform field measurements to test t ...
Supervisor: Fons van der Plas, Jasper van Ruijven
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: Biodiversity in gardens
Urban areas comprise over 25% of the Netherlands. On the one hand, they can be very hostile for biodiversity, but their high heterogeneity and unique abiotic conditions (e.g. they are warmer than non-urban areas) also make them ve ...
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Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
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