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Do large animals indeed respond to the Earth's magnetic field?
Recent 2008 and 2011 papers suggest that cattle and deer may respond to the Earth's magnetic field, by aligning their bodies in a north-south direction. Dr Begall and her colleagues published their confirmatory findings in the Pro ...
Supervisor: Dr. ir. Ignas Heitkonig
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
The distribution of African Mammals, the quest for patterns and processes
The explanation of patterns in species richness ranks among the most fundamental issues in ecology. One of the major topics of our group is the explanation of patterns in African herbivore species richness. The African mammal data ...
Supervisor: Dr. Fred de Boer, Dr. Frank van Langevelde
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Analysis of the spatial distribution of African Swine Fever.
Analysis of the spatial distribution of African Swine fever in Africa under influence of livestock densities, wildlife (bushpig, warthog) and environmental/climatic variables. The challenge will be to find the factors that are re ...
Supervisor: Dr. W.F. de Boer
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
 
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
 
 
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