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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
 
Understanding and preventing colony collapses in honeybees
High losses of managed honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies reduce pollination, which will threaten our ability to maintain sufficient crop production. To date, no individual factor has been attributed to the recent high losses of h ...
Supervisor: dr. Frank van Langevelde
dr. Coby van Dooremalen

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Internship at the Unie van Waterschappen, the Netherlands: Estimating Muskrat population size
The muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) is an exotic species, known to damage dams, dykes, and other infrastructures created to protect land from inundation. REG students have supported the "Unie van Waterschappen" in the past years to a ...
Supervisor: Ignas Heitkonig
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ladakh, India: Marmots on the world's roof-top
We are urgently seeking students to aid in data collection and establish baseline data for a project on marmot ecology and behaviour in response to climate change. Teams of students (minimally two in each team for fun and safety)  ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong
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
 
Metapopulation and metacommunity dynamics in a fragmented landscape
Movement in fragmented landscapes is constrained and limits survival of local populations. For example, increased isolation decreases the colonization probability of empty patches, increases the extinction probability of local pop ...
Supervisor: Frank van Langevelde and Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Ladakh, India: Insects and aquatic bugs in the Himalayas
The Resource Ecology Group has been working the last 12 years in the Trans-Himalayan area of Ladakh. This area of India lies between the Himalayas and Tibet (China). Its capital city is Leh, situated at about 3400 m above sea leve ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Why do geese feed in some fields and not in others? Assessing the impact of field size and cover on presence of geese in Agricultural fields and pastures
Grazing pressure by geese can cause large damage to agricultural crops and pastures. In an attempt to decrease the damage, large numbers of geese are culled annually. The question is if there are no other, more animal friendly, me ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Breeding ecology of the black guillemot (Cepphus grylle) in the Baltic Sea region
The black guillemot is a seabird species with a circumpolar distribution. One of the southernmost populations occurs in the Baltic Sea and is currently listed as vulnerable on the HELCOM red list, the red list of Baltic Sea specie ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof, Dr. Andrew Allen
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
The diet of black guillemot nestlings (Cepphus grylle)
The black guillemot is a seabird species with a circumpolar distribution. One of the southernmost populations occurs in the Baltic Sea and is currently listed as vulnerable on the HELCOM red list, the red list of Baltic Sea specie ...
Supervisor: Dr. Anouschka Hof, Dr. Andrew Allen
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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