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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 98 pages tagged with Fish and wildlife management:

Lukas Graf

lukas.graf@slu.se My research focuses on ungulate forage on multiple spatial scales and the relationships of browing damages to forage availability. Having a background as a forester, hunter and

Fler men mindre kräftor i Vättern och Hjälmaren

The number of signal crayfish is increasing in Sweden's largest lakes: Lake Vänern, Lake Vättern, Lake Hjälmaren and Lake Mälaren. But in several of the lakes, the proportion of small crayfish is

Hållbart fiske kräver djupare kunskap om fiskpopulationer

To ensure sustainable fishing we need to know how large the fish populations are, and understand their dynamics. In his thesis, Stefan Skoglund at SLU has developed methods that increase our

Bruno Esattore

bruno.esattore@slu.se I am a postdoctoral researcher with a background in animal behavior, and a particular focus on cervids. I have worked on several species of cervids, on topics spacing between

Örjan Östman

orjan.ostman@slu.se My research interests span spatio-temporal environmental effects on eco-evolutionary dynamics of populations, population structure and distributions, and species interactions in

Fredrik Widemo

fredrik.widemo@slu.se Fredrik Widemo is an Associate professor in animal ecology and senior lecturer with extension responsibilities in Wildlife-Forest interactions. Furthermore, Fredrik Widemo is a

SLU researchers track giant deep-sea sharks – an important step towards conservation

For the first time, researchers track the threatened deep-sea shark, the Greenland shark, in Swedish waters. These sharks can live for hundreds of years and they are threatened by both fishing and

Carl-Gustaf Thulin

carl-gustaf.thulin@slu.se Researcher, Department of Animal Biosciences Researcher (Associate Professor) at the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. Focus on evolutionary genetics,

SLU söker sportfiskare som vill fiska för forskning

Some species of fish, such as pike and trout, are difficult to catch with the nets and fyke nets normally used in fish monitoring. Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences now

Having good neighbours and few top predators make predatory fish populations more resilient

A regime shift is gradually spreading through the archipelagos of the Swedish Baltic Sea coast, where shallow bays, previously dominated by pike and perch have one by one become dominated by one of

Kjell Danell

kjell.danell@slu.se Professor emeritus in Wildlife Ecology at the Faculty of Forest Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Umeå. Research discipline: Animal Ecology.

Nytt forskningsprojekt skall bidra till friskare livsmiljöer i Kattegatt och Skagerrak

Despite the entry into force of the EU Habitats Directive more than 30 years ago, several marine habitats and species still do not meet the directive's objective of favourable conservation status. An