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Fish and wildlife management

Fish and wildlife management can be improved by animal ecology research. At SLU, the research includes wildlife dynamics connected to feeding, ecological aspects on animal transfers and feeding, interactions between animals and plants, the effects of climate change on animals, humans and ecosystems. In the management hunting and fishing is included.

There are 75 pages tagged with Fish and wildlife management:

Visent och älg kan återetablera sig i Centraleuropa – om vi människor tillåter

Throughout history, bison and moose have been displaced and gone extinct in many parts of Central Europe. Suitable ecological habitats, however, do exist for both species for re-colonization,

Conservation and Management of Fish and Wildlife

Campus Umeå SLU’s campus in Umeå is an inspiring and picturesque learning environment. Surrounded by deep green forests, scenic parks and clear, blue lakes, it is easy to see why Umeå is the fastest

Fish, crayfish and mussels - test of methodology and usability

Water contains fragments of DNA from fish, crayfish and mussels. Can a water sample show which species live in a lake? We test and develop the eDNA method as a complement to traditional environmental

Course in Principles of Fisheries Science

How much can we fish without jeopardising fish stocks and ecosystems? Fisheries science is the field that answers that question. In the course Principles of Fisheries Science you will learn all about

The course Sustainability perspectives on contemporary fisheries. Where have all the fishes gone?

Are you interested in how we can combine lakes and seas full of life, with a sustainable production of blue food? In this online course, you will meet Sweden's leading experts on sustainable

Cod's response to climate change

Cod is a keystone species in marine ecosystems. It shapes the conditions for a large number of other species in the sea and is also of great importance both economically and culturally. However, the

Population genetics of coastal fish

Biological diversity is not only a matter of species diversity. Genetic diversity within species is equally important. Genetic patterns can be analyzed and described using modern DNA techniques, and

Education package (masternivå)

At the Department of Aquatic Resources (SLU Aqua), students who want to work with fish, fisheries and aquatic ecosystems have the opportunity to take an autumn term education package at the Master

selective fishing

Fishers and fishery managers can contribute to the recovery of weak fish stocks and reduce the amount of unwanted catches by using selective fishing techniques. Selective fishing enables a fishing

First live-tracked moose paved the way for research breakthrough

In Sweden it will soon be time again for the tv-show The Great Moose Migration (Den stora älgvandringen). Many viewers, in addition to following the moose via their television, also watch them via

Pod episode about aquaculture

More than two thirds of our planet is covered by water; oceans, lakes and rivers. Aquaculture, farming of animals and plants in water, thus has great potential to provide us with food for the future.

Sustainable fishery

We want future generations to be able to fish for sustainable stocks of seafood. We develop methods, models and tools for evaluating the effects of various management measures. We develop selective