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Wildlife Damage Centre, VSC

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Carlos Cardoso Palacios

carlos.cardoso.palacios@slu.se Versatile molecular biologist with a certain talent for programming I'm working with the monitoring of the wolf population in Sweden and with different assignments

SLU Forest Damage Centre News

The SLU Forest Damage Centre continues to take shape. From 2022, Katja Fedrowitz, coordinator and Annika Mossing, communicator, will be on site. The director Jonas Rönnberg answers some questions. If

Mohammad Hossein Banabazi

mohammad.hossein.banabazi@slu.se I'm the researcher at the quantitative genetics group at the department of animal genetics and breeding (HGEN), Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science Center (VHC),

SLU Plant Protection Network kick-off

cajsa.lithell@slu.se Come, meet and connect with others at SLU working within plant protection or plant health. Get to know and help shaping our new SLU Plant Protection Network, and find out what

Maria Levin

Maria Levin maria.levin@slu.se Adviser Information and advises. Publications.Webb editor. Wildlife Damage Centre courses. Course coordinator for Folkuniversitetet's courses on Wildlife Management.

Andreas Seiler

Andreas Seiler received his PhD in ecology in 2003 and in his research he addresses the conflicts between wildlife, infrastructure and traffic. My professional interests include applied wildlife

Navinder J Singh

​​I am a spatial ecologist with broad interest in the interactions of animals with their environment, including humans. I enjoy linking ecological and evolutionary theory with data, developing new

Håkan Sand

For more information about Håkan, visit the Swedish page.

Jens Frank

For more information about Jens, visit the Swedish page.

Henrike Hensel

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Tomas Pärt

I work mainly with populations and communities of birds in agricultural landscapes, but sometimes I include plants, insects and mammals as well. I view basic science as an important part of my

Johan Månsson

My main research interest is within the classical field of factors explaining differences in spatial distribution and foraging patterns of animals, from a small spatial level (e.g. foraging site) to