Field bites - Episode 2

Last changed: 21 October 2019

In this episode Olli interviews two master's students from SLU's Master's Programme Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations about their master thesis projects.

Maja Widell and Daniel Gambra Caravantes are students at the Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations Master's programme. They came to Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park in South Africa to do the fieldwork components of their theses in early September and they will stay in the park for several months.

Maja studies how elephant interference influences rhino foraging and grass reproduction, whereas Daniel looks at how rhinos respond to simulated poaching.

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