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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 77 pages tagged with Fish and wildlife management:

No-take zones

No-take zones can improve both fish and shellfish populations and restore ecosystem functions. Evaluations of the Swedish no-take zones show that the populations rapidly increase when an area is

Juan Ignacio Ramirez

juan.ignacio.ramirez@slu.se I am a terrestrial ecologist with a research interest in consumer-resource interactions. My research aims to understand both how consumers respond to resources and how

The genetics reveal the herring's complex migration and mixing

Small variations in few selected fragments of the DNA allow to characterize an incredible population diversity of herring throughout the western Baltic Sea, the Kattegat and Skagerrak. Many herring

Jaime Luna

jaime.luna@slu.se PhD student interested in forest biodiversity, restoration and conservation, with a special focus on entomology. I am a curious biologist and entomologist interested in

Renee Van Dorst

Renee Van Dorst renee.van.dorst@slu.se SLU, postdoc, research, researcher, Renee Van Dorst, Department of wildlife fish and environmental studies, institutionen för vilt fisk och miljö, ecology,

Mapping the genome of the unique heath hare of southern Sweden

The heath hare is a subspecies of the mountain hare found in southern Sweden. Its winter pelage is blue-grey instead of white. Researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and the

Parisa Norouzitallab

parisa.norouzitallab@slu.se Epigenetics is the study of reversible changes in gene expression and function that occur without modifications in the DNA sequence. The epigenetic variations that are

Hussein Khalil

hussein.khalil@slu.se My research focuses on improving human and ecosystem health by studying the pathways that link eco-environmental, infrastructural, socioeconomic, and behavioral factors,

Anouschka Hof

anouschka.hof@slu.se I work both as a postdoctoral reseracher at the department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Sciences at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Umeå and at the

Miljö-DNA kan användas för att räkna gäddorna i sjön

Researchers can now measure how much fish there is below the surface using only a water sample. In a study recently published in the journal Environmental DNA, Erik Karlsson and colleagues measured

(Un)taming urban forests, wildlife, and Indigenous peoples: Mumbai's Aarey

(Un)taming urban forests, wildlife, and Indigenous peoples: Mumbai’s Aarey teresia.borgman@slu.se The webinar series on urban forests, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests, continues

Large variation in the importance of different ungulate species in the spread of infection

There is a great variation among different ungulate species in their importance in the spread of the tick-borne diseases Lyme disease (borreliosis) and tick fever. Fallow deer, moose and red deer are

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