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Winter food for Geese in China: remote sensing and fieldwork
Geese and ducks overwinter at temporate latitudes such as in the Netherlands but also in China. In China many geese and ducks use recessional grasslands that become available if the water from rivers and lakes withdraws to lower l ...
Supervisor: Fred de Boer
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Bardiya NP, Nepal: Characteristics of grazing lawns
Specific description (information on background at the end): Grazing lawns are important features of grassland ecosystems. Grazing lawns exist under continuous, concentrated grazing pressure of a dense population of herbivores.  ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ecological research topics in Balule Nature Reserve, South Africa
Transfrontier Africa is contracted to Balule Nature Reserve to provide ecological input and strategic ecological management over the entire reserve. Furthermore Transfrontier Africa conducts and oversees scientific research into a ...
Supervisor: Fred de Boer
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Internship at SOVON: Measuring and monitoring impacts of disturbances on birds
SOVON is the Dutch organisation for ornithological research based in Nijmegen and on Texel. Internships are available on an ad-hoc basis and often involve fieldwork. ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof
Bruno Ens (SOVON)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ladakh, India: Bird migration in relation to climate change and other factors
One of the pressing issues of today is climate change. Also in ecology this issue has caught the attention of researchers. The climate has been warming relentlessly since the Glacial Maximum, some 40,000 years ago and on top of th ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong
S. Delaney MSc
Dr. T. Namgail

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Resilience of dry cattle rangelands to drought
Keywords: data analysis, statistics, animal movement, resilience, cattle, drought ...
Supervisor: Milena Holmgren, Ivan Hernandez Salmeron
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
The evolution of sperm morphology in waterfowl
Studies on songbirds have uncovered a large variation in sperm morphology between species. However, little is known about the sperm morphology of other bird orders, such as waterfowl (ducks, geese and swans). This group of birds s ...
Supervisor: Jente Ottenburghs, Melissah Rowe (NIOO)
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Where did the geese go? Ecological niche modelling of different goose species (desktop study)
Genetic studies indicated that the population sizes of different goose species drastically fluctuated through time. These contractions and expansions were probably driven by the climatic events during the Pleistocene. Using ecolog ...
Supervisor: Jente Ottenburghs
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Beak morphology of hybrid geese: A museum study
Hybrids crosses between different species often display characteristics that are intermediate between both parental species. In some cases, however, the hybrid phenotype is very different from the parents (a phenomenon known a ...
Supervisor: Jente Ottenburghs
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Effects of mountain bike trails on wildlife in Dutch forests: a study using camera traps
Effects of mountain bike trails on wildlife in Dutch forests: a study using camera traps Mountain bike (MTB) riding is an increasingly popular activity in Dutch natural areas. Managers facilitate this activity to some degree, m ...
Supervisor: Dr Patrick Jansen
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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