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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 88 pages tagged with Fish and wildlife management:

Meat: the Four Futures

Are our choices in the grocery store based on facts, values, habits, or simply a gut feeling of what feels right? TABLE, a platform run by three European universities, is now launching a podcast that

Karin Nilsson

karin.a.nilsson@slu.se Most of my work concerns aquatic food webs and fish populations in particular. Currently I focus on how human impacts - such as hydropower development and climate change -

New book on farming and conservation of the noble crayfish

Now it's here! A new book on noble crayfish farming has been published by SLU. The book is requested by farmers, authorities and the public and is needed in the work to preserve the increasingly

Tough times for brown trout in a warmer world

Climate has large effects on the distribution of organisms, and species that thrive in cold water, like the brown trout, may face local population extinctions at lower latitudes when the water

Eli Thoré

eli.thore@slu.se Eli Thoré is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies. He is an aquatic ecologist with a broad interest in how the environment

Johan Leander

johan.leander@slu.se Postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies at SLU, Umeå

Renee Van Dorst

Renee Van Dorst renee.van.dorst@slu.se I am a postdoctoral researcher at the department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies. In my current research, I study the effects of environmental

SLU participates in AI challenge to improve wildlife research and monitoring

Knowing how wildlife populations are structured and how they develop is essential for the conservation, reintroduction, and management of wildlife. Researchers at the Swedish University of

Mattias Sköld

mattias.skold@slu.se Mattias main research interests are benthic ecology, ecosystem effetcs of fisheries and marine conservation. He is also Research co-ordinator for the research vessel RV Svea.

Why some Atlantic salmon spawn several times

Atlantic salmon have the capacity to reproduce more than one time but very few individuals manage to become repeat spawners. Nevertheless, repeat spawners are important for population dynamics. In a

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,

Sarah Gore

sarah.gore@slu.se Doctoral student at the Department of Game, Fish and Environment. Investigating: "Future Yields- impacts of ungulate browsing on stand structure, forest growth and revenue in