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Internship at ARK Natuurontwikkeling in the Netherlands: How to measure the impact of rewilding?
Europe is seeing a gradual increase of rewilding, a new conservation vision that aims to restore natural processes in conservation areas.The Dutch ARK foundation is a pioneer of this vision, and has been re-introducing natural pro ...
Supervisor: Patrick Jansen (REG)
David Kleijn (PEN)
Esther Blom (ARK)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Dryland Restoration: Lessons from Caribbean Islands and Chinese Drylands (MSc thesis or Internship)
How can we most sucessfully restore drylands? Drylands cover 40% of our planet, They have been severely degraded worldwide. We are assessing large scale restoration projects conducted in Bonaire and China to undersand w ...
Supervisor: Milena Holmgren
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Understanding capture stress in wild birds: can bird ringers do anything differently to maximize welfare?
Catching wild birds for scientific reasons, e.g., ringing, measuring, and/or collecting samples, leads to physiological stress responses. These stress responses can potentially impact fitness, body condition, and health status of  ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
Anouschka Hof

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Mapping boreal forest expansion under climate change
Boreal forests worldwide are often assumed to be subject to climate changes. These changes are likely to affect growing conditions of trees. It is widely assumed that the boreal forest biome will advance northwards with increasing ...
Supervisor: Milena Holmgren, Ronny Rotbarth
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Diet variation in pied flycatcher chicks
Growth and development of young birds depend largely on the amount of food eaten and their diet, i.e. what type of food items are eaten. Diet may vary between years due to annual variation in food availability. But diet may also v ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson, Mauine Dietz
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Comparison between tree ring growth rates and remotely sensed recovery of boreal mountain birch forest following insect defoliation
Outbreaks by defoliating geometrid moths is a natural disturbance factor in the mountain birch forest (MBF) of northern Fennoscandia, but climatically facilitated range expansion of southern moth species has recently led to more p ...
Supervisor: Ronny Rotbarth
Milena Holmgren

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
The effect of recruitment structure on boreal mountain birch forest recovery following insect defoliation
Outbreaks by defoliating geometrid moths is a natural disturbance factor in the mountain birch forest (MBF) of northern Fennoscandia, but climatically facilitated range expansion of southern moth species has recently led to more p ...
Supervisor: Ronny Rotbarth
Milena Holmgren

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Internship Free Nature: the impact of ungulate presence on species richness
The Foundation for Restoring European Ecosystems, in short FREE Nature, is an organization that focuses on the recovery and development of ‘wild’ nature. The core of their activity is the restoration of natural processes, in parti ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof
Dr. Joost de Jong
Roeland Vermeulen MSc (Free nature)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
The nesting behaviour of the black guillemot (Cepphus grylle)
The black guillemot is a seabird species with a circumpolar distribution. One of the southernmost populations occurs in the Baltic Sea and is currently listed as vulnerable on the red list of Baltic Sea species. Additional knowled ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof, Dr. Tomas Brodin (Ume� University, Sweden)
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Movement analysis of the wolf Naya at Wageningen Environmental Research
Wageningen Environmental Research is the biodiversity research institute of WUR. The institute conducts research to inform policy, management and design of green space. Expertise includes water, soils, climate, landscape, nature,  ...
Supervisor: Dr Frank van Langevelde or Dr Henjo de Knegt
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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