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Can camera traps be used to study thermal responses of wildlife?
Ambient temperature and radiation can have a large direct effect on the spatial behaviour of animals, in addition to food availability (hunger) and predation risk (fear). This thesis project deals with the question whether and ho ...
Supervisor: Dr Patrick Jansen
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Effects of hunting on ungulates in Deelerwoud
Predation risk may strongly affect the activity patterns, behaviour and space use of prey animals, with cascading effects on vegetation via altered levels of habitat utilization. Whether hunting of these animals by people which  ...
Supervisor: Patrick Jansen
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Bokashi application in relation to meadow birds
Bokashi, a process that converts organic matter into a soil amendment which adds nutrients and improves soil texture, has potential applications on meadows to improve conditions for meadow birds (e.g. Godwits). The process is that ...
Supervisor: Fred de Boer
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Stage Koninklijke Nederlandse Jagersvereniging (KNJV): wat is de gunstige staat van instandhouding
Het begrip gunstige staat van instandhouding (SVI) is een juridisch begrip in de Wet Natuurbescherming waar vanuit de ecologie heel veel interpretaties over bestaan. Concreet betekent het dat provincies dit begrip te pas en te onp ...
Supervisor: Anouschka Hof
Joost de Jong
Wim Knol

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Comparing mice and voles: Immune function of mice and voles in relation to ticks and infection with Borrelia burgdorferi s.l.
Yearly, approximately 25.000 people are diagnosed with Lyme borreliosis in the Netherlands. Lyme borreliosis is caused by a bacterial complex Borrelia burgdorferi s.l. transmitted by ticks. In the Netherlands, the main cause for h ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ladakh, India: Ecology of mountain mammals
Ladakh means "the land of high passes". It is located on the Tibetan plateau, north of the Greater Himalayas, at altitudes above 3000m. The plateau offers beautiful sceneries, and hosts a diverse mammal bestiary ranging from marmo ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ecological genetics: adaptation and domestication
Please see this description for possible internship topics working with group of Prof. Domenico Fulgione at Univerisity of Naples: http://www.fulgionegroup.com/www.fulgionegroup.com/Research_ing.html "We investigate the evol ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
The interplay of ecology and morphology in avian evolution (free choice of species)
Birds display a wide variety of morphological traits, especially the diversity in beak morphology is vast. For decades, biologists have been trying to unravel the evolutionary mechanisms underlying this diversity. This has led to  ...
Supervisor: Jente Ottenburghs
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Can machine learning differentiate between subspecies of the Bean Goose (Anser fabalis)?
Are taiga and tundra bean goose different species or just subspecies? This question has led to a lot of debate among taxonomists. A recent study argued that two morphological traits are sufficient to differentiate between these (s ...
Supervisor: Jente Ottenburghs, Jasper Eikelboom
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Black birds and Lyme disease in the Netherlands
Black birds a common birds in gardens and forest patches. The Usutu virus has been recorded in black birds in the Netherlands in 2016, with some indications of a higher mortality in black birds. We are looking for a student who is ...
Supervisor: Dr. Fred de Boer (WU), Dr. Hein Sprong (RIVM)
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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