Master thesis at the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies
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- Fåglar som flygsäkerhetsrisk NEW!
- Boreal continuity forest in green infrastructure implementation NEW!
- Areas of national land‐use interest as input to landscape planning NEW!
- Woodland Key Habitats for functional forest landscape green infrastructure NEW!
- Does skin microbiota determine the attractiveness of a wild host to ticks?
- Exploring the parasite manipulation hypothesis
- Personality as a driver of dispersal in rodents
- Personality as a driver of pathogen transmission in wild living rodents
- The role of gut microbiome for the health status in bank voles
- Landscape of fear: A tool to mitigate transmission risk in rodent-borne diseases?
- Unveiling landscape scale relationships between herbivore browsing and ecosystem structure: Ungulates and Beavers in Riparian ecosystems NEW!
- Linking hunters’ local knowledge to empirical data from DNA and camera traps
- Recruitment success of Baltic salmon as an indicator of spawner health status
- Bubbles to help the lost traveler: Guiding migrating Atlantic salmon
- Importance of seed morphology for dispersal, predation and germination in dipterocarp trees in Borneo
- The effects of forest management on soil fungal communities and forest regeneration
- Eyes in the nest: Golden eagle ecology using cameras
- High tech fish echo sounders – important tools for fish management or useless expensive toys?
- Slaughter weight in relation to calving date – can area quality compensate for being born late?
- Timing of calving along latitudinal and altitudinal gradient
- Movement activity and space use – what happens with moose when the tourists come?
- Moose rutting period – do female and male movement change in relation to sex ratio?