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Modelling antler ontology in male Red deer and individual recognition on camera-trap imagery
Male Red deer can be individually recognized by the unique branching of their antlers, which are shed and regrown each year. The antlers are larger and more complex as the animals age, yet retain certain unique allometric characte ...
Supervisor: Patrick A. Jansen
Jasper Eikelboom

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Assessing the effectiveness of compensation measures for the conservation of common and sandwich terns in collaboration with Bureau Waardenburg
Bureau Waardenburg is an independent ecological research and advice consultancy working in the fields of ecology, nature, the environment and landscape design. They are looking for a student to study the disturbance of common tern ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof (WUR), Ruben Fijn (Bureau Waardenburg)
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Elephant and predator impacts on savanna communities and their cascading effects
Elephant conservation might indirectly influence the herbivore community structure since elephants have the ability to change the vegetation structure in their habitat and thereby change the availability of browse and grass for ot ...
Supervisor: Dr. Fred de Boer
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Isolation by distance in the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker INTERNSHIP
Dispersal is a key stage in the life-history of many organisms, but because it is difficult to study permanent relocation of individuals, dispersal remains poorly understood. In particular, dispersal is thought to be a key factor  ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson (WUR)
Hannah Dugdale (Leeds)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Bardiya NP, Nepal: Ecology of Bardiya National Park
Bardiya National Park lies in western Nepal. In the Park there are two major rivers, one is glacier-fed, the other is rainfed. The park is situated just in the Gangetic Plain, but covers a part of the foothills of the Himalayas. I ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Internships bij ecologisch advies- en onderzoeksbureau Viridis: Onderzoek naar effectiviteit van vervangende verblijfplaatsen voor vleermuizen
Op korte termijn zijn er twee stageplekken beschikbaar bij het ecologisch advies- en onderzoeksbureau Bureau Viridis. Dit is een goede mogelijkheid voor studenten om ervaring op te doen in dit werkveld. Over ecologisch adviesb ...
Supervisor: Joost de Jong
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Comparing immune defence in arctic- and temperate-breeding geese
Over the past few decades barnacle geese have successfully colonized new breeding areas outside their traditional Arctic distribution, including temperate sites in the Baltic and North Sea. This offers a unique situation for compa ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
G�tz Eichhorn

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Impacts of a severe El Nio event on the mammal community of Barro Colorado Island, Panama
The El Nio Southern Oscillation causes weather anomalies across the world. In an ongoing project at Barro Colorado Island (BCI), Panama, we evaluate the consequences of these anomalies for terrestrial mammals, taking advantage of ...
Supervisor: Dr Patrick Jansen
Dr Joe Wright (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Shelterwood cuttings, a way to reduce spruce budworm damage?
Natural disturbances have a major impact on boreal forest landscape dynamics. Spruce budworm (SBW) (Choristoneura fumiferana, Clemens) is the most damaging defoliator of conifers in the eastern Canadian boreal biome, affecting lar ...
Supervisor: Dr. Miguel Montoro (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences), prof. Hubert Morin (University of Quebec), Dr. Anouschka Hof
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Welgevonden: Combatting invasive plant species in a South-African game reserve
In Welgevonden Game Reserve, South Africa, a game introduction scheme lead to a boost of the animal numbers of about 6000 head (wildebeest, impala, zebra, etc.) over the last 3 years. This has been impacting the vegetation to a la ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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