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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.


Det finns 156 sidor som är taggade med Fish and wildlife management:
Susan Nuske

Susan Nuske

sunu0001 I am an Ecologist interested in investigating species interactions through molecular techniques. Lecturer in Truffle fungi biology course (Uppsala University, Gotland Campus, Sweden)

Course in Principles of Fisheries Science

How much can we fish without jeopardising fish stocks and ecosystems? The course Principles of Fisheries Science gives you knowledge on what it takes for a fishery to be sustainable in the long run,

Tim Horstkotte

Tim Horstkotte

tmte0001 Post-doc working on social-ecological systems and multiple-use landscapes in boreal and arctic areas. Particular focus on reindeer husbandry in Fennoscandia and its interactions with other

Multiple perspectives on wild boar proliferation at research symposium in Prague

The rapid population spread of wild boars across Europe is generating waves of conflicts around human-boar co-existence. Researchers specializing in the wild boar from the humanities and the

Multiple perspectives on wild boar proliferation at research symposium in Prague

The rapid population spread of wild boars across Europe is generating waves of conflicts around human-boar co-existence. Researchers specializing in the wild boar from the humanities and the

Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations

Do you want to contribute to the sustainable management of the world’s fish and wildlife resources? The programme will prepare you for a career in the many governmental and non-governmental

Large mammals for a better climate

Large mammals for a better climate

Restoring populations of large mammals in the wild does not only revitalise the flora and fauna. It can also help in mitigating climate change, for example by increasing the capture of carbon by

Large mammals for a better climate

Large mammals for a better climate

Restoring populations of large mammals in the wild does not only revitalise the flora and fauna. It can also help in mitigating climate change, for example by increasing the capture of carbon by

Department of Aquatic Resources

Department of Aquatic Resources

Our research focuses on fish and shellfish in the seas, lakes and rivers. We monitor the aquatic environment, developing the methods and know-how for sustainable use of aquatic resources.

Bättre modeller för förvaltning av lax och öring

Population models are used in order to estimate the status for the Baltic salmon and sea trout stocks. Could parameter estimates in these models be improved by incorporating more and new knowledge of

Bättre modeller för förvaltning av lax och öring

Population models are used in order to estimate the status for the Baltic salmon and sea trout stocks. Could parameter estimates in these models be improved by incorporating more and new knowledge of

Annika Felton

Annika Felton

Annika Felton annikaf My research into forest ecology has involved a diverse array of forest systems around the world, at a large range of spatial scales; from the inner complexities of animal