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Mammals in the Bialowieza Primeval Forest ecosystem (eastern Poland): lynxes, wolves, ungulates, forest regeneration and landscape of fear
Research projects on lynx ecology (led by dr Krzysztof Schmidt), wolf ecology and on the impact of ungulates on forest regeneration (led by dr Dries Kuijper and Marcin Churski). Study area is Bialowieza Primeval Forest, easter ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Urban ecology: Effects of insect abundance on urban bird communities
Recent studies have indicated that insect numbers have declined drastically over the last 50 years or so. This probably also has negative effects on birds. However, we know very little about insects in urban landscapes and how thi ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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
 
Internships at the Amazon Regional University (IKIAM) in Ecuador
Possible internships: With Dr. Sara Alvarez, primatologist. Work to be defined, but likely involves work with palm trees, mammals, and/or frogs. Dr. Alvarez prefers to talk first on Skype and can be contacted at sara85pk or via ...
Supervisor: Dr. Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Internships at the Chimbo Foundation: Ecology and conservation of Chimpanzee in Guinee-Bissau
See website www.chimbo.org (Dutch only). Only a few topics are described on this website, but these are just a few of the possibilities. ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
How related are Mauritia flexuosa palm insects visitors to other palms in the same areas?
Forest dominated by the palm Mauritia flexuosa are among the most important ecosystems in the Amazon region. This palm is considered a hyper dominant species (ter Steege et al. 2013) and cover an extent area between 50-100.000 km2 ...
Supervisor: Dr. Pim van Hooft
Prof. Maria Cristina Penuela Mora, Universidad Regional Amazónica IKIAM

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ecuador: Wind or insects? Who do really pollinate Mauritia?
Forest dominated by the palm Mauritia flexuosa are among the most important ecosystems in the Amazon region. This palm is considered a hyper dominant species (ter Steege et al. 2013) and cover an extent area between 50-100.000 km2 ...
Supervisor: Dr. Pim van Hooft
Prof. Maria Cristina Penuela Mora, Universidad Regional Amazónica IKIAM

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Urban ecology: The effect of urban disturbance on bird singing.
Given the prominence of naturally occurring song peaks by birds at dawn or dusk, potential disruptions due to anthropogenic influences, such as light and sound, may have profound consequences for individuals and populations. Stre ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Urban ecology: The influence of habitat structure, habitat connectivity and human disturbance on urban bird diversity
Forest and garden bird communities in urban areas have been recognized as a conservation target because of their functions in food webs and ecosystem services. But our understanding of which local- and landscape-scale factors are  ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Urban ecology: Giving-up-densities (GUD) and optimal foraging in urban bird communities
Understanding how urbanization affects foraging behaviour can provide insights into processes at the population and community level. You will use the GUD method to address some of these processes in urban bird communities in the N ...
Supervisor: Pim van hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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