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Zoology

Zoology is the branch of biology that relates to the animal kingdom, including zoophysiology, morphology, ornithology and entomology.


There are 72 pages tagged with Zoology:

Anika Gossmann

anika.gossmann@slu.se I am a PhD student studying the effect of microclimate on saproxylic beetles and fungi Climate change will have severe effects on pest management and conservation of

Christopher Griffiths

christopher.griffiths@slu.se My work explores the structure, function and composition of food webs. I'm particularly interested in the scaling of ecology and how we can use information gained at the

Niklas Sjöberg

I have studied biology at Gothenburg and Stockholm University. In addition to working as a fisheries biologist at SLU Aqua in Drottningholm, I am a fisheries officier at the County Administrative

Lars Sonesten

I am a limnologist and ecotoxicologist working mainly with water chemistry and biology in inland waters. I am also working with the inputs of nutrients and hazardous substances to the Sea. Head of

Sara Capitán

sara.capitan@slu.se PhD Student | Biology My research is in ecology with a focus on plant-organismal interactions. Currently I study circular resource use in cricket (Acheta domesticus) rearing and

Max Lindmark

Hello! I am a postdoc in marine ecology at the Institute of Marine Research in Lysekil since June 2020. Interested in fisheries ecology. From Gothenburg. I enjoy cycling long distances, and thinking

Naomi L.P. Keehnen

I am an evolutionary biologist and use ecological & evolutionary genomics to investigate adaptations within the immune system in wild insect populations. My main research interest lies in the

Nicholas Scaramella

I am a Ph.D. student working on host-parasite interactions with the European Honeybee, and its ectoparasite, the Varroa mite. We are in a unique position to have access to a special population of

Tom Staveley

I'm a researcher in aquatic ecology working within the environmental analysis och anadromous fish groups at the Institute of Freshwater Research, Department of Aquatic Resources (SLU Aqua). I have

Animals are the key to combating climate change sustainably

Lemurs, bats, and birds. They could be the solution to the creation of sustainable forest ecosystems in Madagascar. This is the opinion of researchers at SLU, the Swedish University of Agricultural

Richard K. Johnson

Selected Appointments of trust Vice Dean of NJ Faculty (2013 – ) Governmental appointment to review of environmental monitoring in Sweden (2017 -19) Member of the Swedish Scientific council on

Joacim Näslund

Researcher at the Institute of Freshwater Research, SLU Aqua (Dept. Aquatic Resources). My main research areas are environmental monitoring and prestoration ecology in freshwater environments, with

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