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Plant-herbivore interactions in Kruger’s long-term fire-herbivore field experiment (South Africa; MSc thesis or Internship)
Plant-herbivore interactions in Kruger’s long-term fire-herbivore field experiment Kruger National Park in South Africa has become an iconic center for research on savanna ecology. The Nkuhlu exclosures, along the Sabie River i ...
Supervisor: Dr. Milena Holmgren (REG), Pim van Hooft (REG), Frances Siebert (NWU-South Africa

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Does goat landscape use explain the expanion of Opuntia cacti in Bonaire?
The interaction between droughts and foraging by goats has numerous negative consequences for the vegetation and wildlife of Washington-Slagbaai NP in Bonaire. This park is renowned for its beautiful and abundant cacti and endemic ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Milena Holmgren

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Resilience of semiarid cattle rangelands to drought (Mexico; MSc thesis or internship)
Thesis or internship. Tropical forests are being rapidly converted into treeless pastures used for extensive livestock grazing. However, trees may play a key role on the resilience of pastures to climate change. Trees can amel ...
Supervisor: Ivan Hernandez Salmeron & Milena Holmgren
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Herbivore-Plant-Soil interactions in semiarid Caribbean islands (Bonaire)
Overgrazing by goats is considered the most serious threat to the terrestrial ecosystems of the Caribbean Netherlands (Coblentz 1980). Goat browsing has reduced the abundance of trees while facilitating the spread of thorny shrubs ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft (REG), Milena Holmgren (REG)
Dolfi Debrot (IMARES)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Niche specializations in Amazonian fishes
The Amazon basin is home to the greatest concentration of freshwater fish species on earth, with >3000 described species. This diversity did not arise from a recent or rapid adaptive radiation, but from a slow accumulation of spec ...
Supervisor: Milena Holmgren
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Fish-Tree Interactions in Amazonian floodplains: how fires shape aquatic-terrestrial ecosystem coupling
Forests in Amazonian floodplains are particularly fire-prone during the dry season and can face up to 90% of tree mortality after burning. Remarkably, floodplain forests regenerate slowly after a fire event and may remain in a sav ...
Supervisor: Milena Holmgren (REG), Peter van der Sleen (REG/KIT), Arnold Lugo and Jansen Zuanon (INPA, Brazil)
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Resilience of Amazonian forests to drought and fire
In the Amazon basin, the predicted increase of extreme droughts and associated forest fires may lead to a large-scale collapse of its floodplain forests. Floodplain forests cover more than 250.000 km2, and in the rainy season are  ...
Supervisor: Milena Holmgren and Peter van der Sleen
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
 
Ganzen en schade op landbouw
Ganzen foerageren vaak op akkers en weilanden, en onder bepaalde omstandigheden kan de boer daarvoor gecompenseerd worden. Deze landbouwschade die veroorzaakt wordt door ganzen is een belangrijke uitgavepost van de Provincies. Toc ...
Supervisor: Fred de Boer, Milena Holmgren
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
 
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