All members of IRSAE are listed below, including PhD candidates, Postdocs/alumni, MS students, senior researchers, professors and administrative associates.


PartnerNameSurnameStatusEmailPrimary themeResearch Topic
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesOlivier DevineauAss.
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAneEriksen Ass. Prof.ane.eriksen@inn.noMovement and Population Ecology
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAlinaEvansAss. Prof.alina.evans@hihm.noMovement and Population Ecology
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesKaren MarieMathisenAss. Prof.karen.mathisen@hihm.noEcosystem ServicesMoose in commercial forestry landscapes
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesChristian StrømmeAss.
Norwegian University of Life SciencesKari
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMarisMattenCurrent MSd.m.matten@gmail.comEcosystem Services
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesBenjaminMcKeownCurrent MSE-Mail and Population EcologyHow does the Red Fox’s spatial memory of resource locations influence movement patterns and thereby the notion of a home-range?
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesElenaPi SerraCurrent Movement and Population EcologyBehavior and physiological effects of srping captures in Brown bears
Norwegian University of Life SciencesJanineRietzCurrent Ecosystem ServicesHuman impact on endozoochorous seed dispersal by Scandinavian brown bears
Tokyo University of AgricultureAyakoSuzukiCurrent and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsThe origin of Japanese black bears in Abukuma mountains
University of AberdeenLaura FerrettoCurrent 1970-01-01 00:00:00
Aarhus UniversityEmilioBertiCurrent 1970-01-01 00:00:00Ecosystem effects of mega fauna
Aarhus UniversityLarissaBeumerCurrent and Population EcologyCoupling movement analysis with energy-budget models to assess the impact of climate change on muskoxen
Aarhus UniversityWencaiDaiCurrent Change EcologyTemperature and feeding biology on Enchytraeus
Aarhus UniversitySebastián EscobarCurrent and Population EcologyThe ecology, genetics and dispersal of the economically important palm Phytelephas aequatorialis in western Ecuador.
Aarhus UniversityKunGuoCurrent Freshwater EcologyHow community compositions and ecosystem functions of riverine benthic algae response to multiple stressors.
Aarhus UniversityOskar Liset Pryds HansenCurrent Change EcologyConsequences of trophic rewilding for arthropods
Aarhus UniversityHosseinHazratiCurrent Ecosystem ServicesOptimizing and elucidating weed suppression ability of cover crops grown in monoculture and mixture
Aarhus UniversityBjarkeMadsenCurrent grassland diversity dynamics using drone-based remote sensing
Aarhus UniversityHjalte MannCurrent Climate Change EcologyBiotic interactions tracked by computer vision (BITCue)
Aarhus UniversityMichaelMunkCurrent and Population EcologyBrug af remote sensing til conservation af megafauna
Aarhus UniversityNynne Hjort NielsenCurrent PhDnhn@ghsdk.dkMovement and Population EcologyHarbour porpoises in Greenland: abundance, movement, dive behaviour and management
Aarhus UniversityJuan PabloPacheco Esnal Current Freshwater EcologyClimate change effects on phytoplankton and periphyton in streams and shallow lakes.
Aarhus UniversityAnePastor RollanCurrent and Population EcologyDispersal and spatial connectivity of habitat forming marine species for adaptive management under climate change
Aarhus UniversityPil B. M.PedersenCurrent 00:00:00Ecological opportunities and consequences of a new approach towards nature management based on reestablishment of diverse wild megafauna (rewilding)
Aarhus UniversityMarco AntonioRodríguez Domínguez Current Ecosystem ServicesConstructed Wetlands for wastewater treatment
Aarhus UniversitySaschaSchiøttCurrent PhD ServicesSurvey of the ecosystem in Ilulissat Icefjord
Aarhus UniversitySimonSchowanek Current and Population EcologyFunktionel diversitet hos store herbivorer
Aarhus UniversityRune Skjold TjørnløvCurrent PhDrst@dmu.dkMovement and Population EcologyEstimation of demographic parameters and population modelling of the Baltic-Wadden Sea flyway population of Common eiders Somateria mollissima
Aarhus UniversityJonathanvon OppenCurrent Change EcologyCross-scale integration of arctic shrub dynamics
Aarhus UniversityLishaniWijewardeneCurrent Freshwater EcologyImpacts of multiple stressors on bio-diversity of algae communities
Agricultural University of IcelandRagnhildurGuðmundsdóttirCurrent PhDrag41@hi.isFreshwater EcologyMicroorganisms associated with the groundwater amphipod Crangonyx islandicus
Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the EnvironmentAnjanKatnaCurrent PhDanjan.katna@atree.orgMovement and Population EcologyMovement strategies among sympatric mesocarnivores in human-dominated landscapes
Czech University of Life SciencesAnnaPereponovaCurrent PhDpereponova@fzp.czu.czEcosystem ServicesWood-pastures in the Czech Republic: change trajectories, proximate causes and underlying driving forces
Fondazione Edmund MachSabinaAvosaniCurrent PhDsabina.avosani@guests.fmach.itClimate Change EcologyVibrational interference with the mating behaviour of the Xylella fastidiosa vector, Philaenus spumarius
Fondazione Edmund MachRamona MihaelaCiubotaruCurrent PhDramona.ciubotaru@guests.fmach.itUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsUnderstanding the mechanisms of resistance to Plasmopara viticola and Erysiphe necator in grapevine by omics approaches
Fondazione Edmund MachAndreaCorradiniCurrent PhDandrea.corradini-2@unitn.itMovement and Population EcologyEcological connectivity in the Alpine anthropic matrix: natural reserves and corridors for the conservation of brown bear in the Alps (ABC - AlpBearConnect)
Fondazione Edmund MachLucaDa RosCurrent PhDluca.daros@natec.unibz.itClimate Change EcologyNitrogen Dynamics in Forest Ecosystems
Fondazione Edmund MachWhitneyHansenCurrent Movement and Population Ecologycompare methods of measuring environmental covariates used in roe deer resource selection and movement analyses, particularly concerning different ways of representing vegetation data
Fondazione Edmund MachSteffenMummeCurrent Movement and Population EcologyLarge herbivore migration under environmental change in temperate ecosystems: the Greater Yellowstone and Central Europe cases.
Fondazione Edmund MachGioelePassoniCurrent Movement and Population EcologyModelling animal movement and ecological connectivity in the Alps
Fondazione Edmund MachFrancesca VallefuocoCurrent PhDFreshwater Ecology
Fondazione Edmund MachNicolaZadraCurrent PhDnicola.zadra@guests.fmach.itUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsGenome evolution and molecular divergence of mosquitoes of biomedical importance: understanding the biology to ameliorate control.
Free University of Bozen/BalzanoAnnaBortolazziCurrent PhDAnna.Bortolazzi@natec.unibz.itClimate Change EcologyEffects of increased N depositions on the N cycle in temperate mountain forests: a manipulation experiment
Free University of Bozen/BalzanoFrancescoRotaCurrent PhDfrancesco.rota@natec.unibz.itClimate Change EcologyMountain environment and agricolture - Ecology, environment and protection of mountain areas.
Hólar UniversitySigurdurÁrnasonCurrent
Hólar UniversitySamanthaBeckCurrent
Hólar UniversityChristian BeuvardCurrent
Hólar UniversityFiaFinnCurrent
Hólar UniversityDanielGovoniCurrent
Hólar UniversityMathiasIherbierCurrent
Hólar UniversityHildurMagnúsdóttirCurrent
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesGiorgiaAusilioCurrent PhDgiorgia.ausilio@hotmail.itMovement and Population Ecology
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMagnusBarmoenCurrent PhDmagnus.barmoen@inn.noUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsLarge carnivore conflicts related to research communication and how research communication affect the conflict
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAltamashBashirCurrent PhDaltamash.bashir@hihm.noEcosystem ServicesAnalyses of economic and ecological sustainability in Norwegian forestry
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesRocioCano MartinezCurrent PhDrocio.martinez@hihm.noMovement and Population EcologyCauses and consequences of an altered mammalian carnivore community structure in Scandinavia
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesIlariade MeoCurrent PhDilaria.demeo@hihm.noFreshwater EcologyEvolutionary history and predator induced morphology in crucian carp (Carassius carassius)
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesKauêde SousaCurrent PhDkaue.desousa@inn.noClimate Change EcologyAgricultural biodiversity and climate change adaption
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesJensEnganCurrent PhDjens.h.engan@gmail.comEcosystem ServicesPhenotipic variations in antlers
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesGiuliaFerrariCurrent Change EcologyA meta-analysis of the seasonal and environmental determinants of small mammal populations, communities, and zoonotic potential across a wide latitudinal and altitudinal gradient
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesBorisFuchsCurrent PhDboris.fuchs@inn.noMovement and Population Ecology
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesHenrietteGelinkCurrent
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesGjermundGomoCurrent PhDgjermg@gmail.comRed fox biology and management
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAnne RandiGræsliCurrent Movement and Population EcologyThe use of physiological sensors in wildlife
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMari HagenlundCurrent PhDmari.hagenlund@inn.noFreshwater EcologyGenetic structure and geneflow in key vertebrate species in a boreal forest in Norway
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMarius HagenHassveCurrent PhDmarius.hassve@inn.noFreshwater EcologyAssessing management units in the polymorphic arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus L.)
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesNatalia KozakCurrent PhDnatalia.kozak@inn.noFreshwater EcologyLinking ecological and environmental knowledge to understand mercury accumulation in fish and magnification in food webs
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAnneLoosenCurrent PhDanne.loosen@inn.noMovement and Population EcologyMoose and forestry
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesJeremyMonsimentCurrent PhDjeremy.monsimet@inn.noClimate Change EcologyImpact of climate change on endangered spiders
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMagneNebyCurrent PhDmagne.neby@hihm.noDiet in the small rodent community
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAna PerisCurrent PhDana.peris@inn.noFreshwater Ecology
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMarcelSchrijvers-GonlagCurrent PhDmarcel.schrijversgonlag@inn.noClimate Change EcologySignificance of vole browsing in plant-herbivore interactions in the boreal ecosystem
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesRoar SolheimCurrent
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAlexandraThielCurrent PhDalexandra.thiel@inn.noMovement and Population EcologyEcophysiology
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesZeaWaltonCurrent PhDzea.walton@inn.noMovement and Population EcologySpatial ecology of a generalist mesopredator, the red fox, Vulpes vulpes, in a changing ecosystem
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences/NIBIOBertvan der VeenCurrent PhDbert.vanderveen@nibio.noMovement and Population Ecology
Karlstad UniversityKarlFilipsson Current Freshwater EcologyWinter ecology of stream fishes under climate change: The effects of temperature on predator-prey interactions
Karlstad UniversityStina GustafssonCurrent PhDstina.gustafsson@energy.kth.seRiver rehabilitation: restore longitudinal connectivity and re-establish migration routes of different aqatic species in fragmented streams.
Karlstad UniversityKristineLund BjørnåsCurrent PhDkristine.bjornas@kau.seFreshwater EcologyEvaluating drift-foraging and habitat models for brown trout and salmon: can they be used to guide conservation?
Karlstad UniversityRomanMotykaCurrent Movement and Population EcologyThe role of behavior and habitat use in conservation biology of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla)
Leibniz Center for Agricultural Landscape ResearchKarolineHemmingerCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsForaging pattern of Eurasian Cranes (grus grus) in the vicinity of protected areas. Ways for improved agricultural management.
Leibniz Center for Agricultural Landscape ResearchHenrik ReinkeCurrent PhDhenrik.reinke@zalf.deMovement and Population EcologySpatio-temporal activity patterns and resource selection of wild boar (Sus scrofa) in agricultural landscapes
Leibniz Center for Agricultural Landscape ResearchElenaWenzCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsWolf-livestock conflict in agricultural landscapes in Brandenburg, Germany
Murdoch University ClaraObregón Lafuente Current ServicesThe social-ecological dynamics of two small scale fisheries in Western Australia
Nord UniversityKristin Odden NystuenCurrent PhDkristin.o.nystuen@hint.noClimate Change EcologyAlpine plant community consequences of willow shrub encroachment
Norwegian Institute for Nature ResearchSigneChristensen-DalsgaardCurrent PhDsigne.dalsgaard@nina.noMovement and Population EcologyOffshore wind power plants - Effect on seabirds
Norwegian Institute for Nature ResearchAnneMehlhoopCurrent PhDanne.mehlhoop@nina.noUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsEvaluating mitigation measures to avoid negative impacts of roads on biodiversity and ecosystem services at multiple spatial scales – goals for society and effects on vegetation and wildlife.
Norwegian University of Life SciencesYennieBredinCurrent PhDyennie.bredin@nmbu.noUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsForest structure, aboveground biomass, and carbon storage of Amazonian floodplain forests.
Norwegian University of Life SciencesKajaHeltorpCurrent PhDkaja.heltorp@nmbu.noClimate Change EcologyForestry and forest management in an uncertain environment - adaption to climate change
Norwegian University of Life SciencesRakelJonsdottir Current Ecosystem Services Effects of environmental factors on growth and structure of the root system of Picea abies.
Norwegian University of Life SciencesHannahLee HarrisonCurrent PhDhannah.lee.harrison@nmbu.noProspectives and attitudes on production of Atlanic salmon for stock enhancement from within the fish production industry
Norwegian University of Life SciencesMiguel MunozMazonCurrent PhDmiguel.munoz.mazon@nmbu.noElevation, disturbance and competitive exclution in the neotropics: how disturbances affect land species distributions at Costa Rican mountains
Norwegian University of Life SciencesIna MarielleMiennaCurrent Climate Change EcologyTree line dynamics and remote sensing
Norwegian University of Life SciencesEhsanMoqanakiCurrent Movement and Population EcologyMonitoring spatiotemporal dynamics of large carnivore populations.
Norwegian University of Life SciencesPhinneyNathanCurrent PhDnathan.harris.phinney@nmbu.noHydration regimes as drivers of macrolichen morphology, performance and distribution
Norwegian University of Life SciencesYngvildRansedokkenCurrent PhDyngvild.ransedokken@nmbu.noEcosystem ServicesPlant- and fungi-derived belowground carbon in different boreal forest types
Norwegian University of Life SciencesRuben ErikRoosCurrent PhDruben.erik.roos@nmbu.noClimate Change Ecology
Norwegian University of Life SciencesJørgenSans SæbøCurrent PhDjorgen.sand.sabo@nmbu.noEcosystem ServicesCarbon and biodiversity co-benefits in Colombia: Implications for conservation planning and implementation of REDD+
Norwegian University of Life SciencesThomas CSaweCurrent PhDthomas.sawe@nmbu.noEcosystem ServicesForest and Crop pollination in East Africa: the effects of forest cover and pollinating insects on the production of coffee and other crops in Tanzania
Norwegian University of Life SciencesMariSteinertCurrent PhDmari.steinert@nmbu.noEcosystem ServicesHuman disturbance, functional redundancy and ecosystem services
Norwegian University of Life SciencesAngesomTesfayCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsAgricultural Residue and Energy Crops Based Biomass Potential Quantification, Characterization and Its Thermal Application modeling .
Norwegian University of Life SciencesCathrineTorjussenCurrent PhDcathrine.torjussen@nmbu.noMovement and Population EcologyAdaptive habitat selection: habitat-specific prey-capture rates in Adaptive habitat selection: habitat-specific prey-capture rates in raptorial birds
Norwegian University of Life SciencesMahdieh TouraniCurrent PhDmahdieh.tourani@nmbu.noMovement and Population Ecology
Norwegian University of Life SciencesKristelvan ZuijlenCurrent PhDkristel.van.zuijlen@nmbu.noClimate Change EcologyFunctional traits of primary producers and their effects on decomposition in alpine ecosystems
Norwegian University of Life SciencesRoss WetherbeeCurrent PhDross.wetherbee@nmbu.noMovement and Population EcologyBiodiversity in dead wood
Sokoin UniversitySuzanaTomasCurrent PhDmeydancan@gmail.comEcosystem Services
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö EvelinaAugustssonCurrent PhDevelina.augustsson@slu.seMovement and Population EcologyArtificial feeding – consequences for agriculture and local ecosystems
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö CeciliaDi BernardiCurrent PhDcecilia.di.bernardi@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsWolf predation pattern in a multi-prey system and effect on hunter harvest
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö Heather Hemmingmoore Current PhDheather.hemmingmoore@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity Conflictsdispersal pattern and genetic structure in lynx
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö Teresa Montras JanerCurrent PhDteresa.montras.janer@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity Conflictscranes and geese in agricultural landscapes
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö CamillaOlssonCurrent PhDcamilla.olsson@hkr.seMovement and Population EcologySpatial ecology of geese in agricultural landscapes
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö PeterRuvugaCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsRangeland management practices for intensification of livestock production in miombo woodlands
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö MalinTeräväinenCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsDamage prevention: the interplay between humans and geese
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Skinnskattberg PabloGarridoCurrent PhDpablo.garrido@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsCultural oak landscapes as green infrastructures for biodiversity conservation and human well-being. Learning from a latitudinal north-south case study gradient
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Skinnskattberg EwaOrlikowskaCurrent PhDewa.orlikowska@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsEvaluating Natura 2000 sites for conservation of biodiversity
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Animal NutritionHeidiRautiainenCurrent
The Arctic University of NorwayFilippo Marolla Current PhDfilippo.marolla@uit.noClimate Change EcologyThe combined impact of environmental change and harvesting on arctic tundra food webs, focusing on reindeer Rangifer tarandus as a key species in the system.
The Open UniversityEmmanuelJunior Zuza Current Climate Change EcologySocial and biophysical survey and ecological field data to inform the choice of suitable macadamia clones for Malawi’s AEZs and uncover production constraints.
University College of Southeast NorwayPeterAartsmaCurrent Climate Change EcologyThe impact of lichens on local climatice conditions
University College of Southeast NorwayDanielAbirigaCurrent PhDdaniel.abiriga@usn.noFreshwater EcologyBiogeochemical processes in landfill-leachate contaminated confined aquifer
University College of Southeast NorwayDanielArianoCurrent PhDdarianosanchez@gmail.comClimate Change EcologyThe effects of climate change on the nesting and movement ecology of two endangered species of endangered reptiles; the Olive Ridley sea turtle, and the Guatemalan Beaded lizard
University College of Southeast NorwayFrank ArthurCurrent Climate Change EcologyModeling and characterization of climate, environment, and human impact during the four energy regimes.
University College of Southeast NorwayJasmine ByrneCurrent PhDjasmine.a.byrne@usn.noClimate Change EcologyThe impact of climate change on tree line altitudes in Fennoscandia: past, present and future
University College of Southeast NorwayBrian PatrickCrudgeCurrent PhDbriancrudge@gmail.comEvaluating methods for monitoring bears in Southeast Asia
University College of Southeast NorwayNicolasde PelsmaekerCurrent 00:00:00Spatial Tick Ecology in Norway
University College of Southeast NorwayJennyHansenCurrent Movement and Population EcologyAn investigation into the roles of dispersal and movement behavior in the functional connectivity of Scandinavian brown bear
University College of Southeast NorwayMarijanneHoltanCurrent
University College of Southeast NorwayJan-MichaelJohansenCurrent PhDjan-michael.johansen@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00The impact of age, genes, training and history of tickborne disease on endurance performance in elite endurnace athletes
University College of Southeast NorwayLeifKastdalenCurrent PhDLeif.Kastdalen@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Remote sensing and local wildlife resources: developing predictive models and investigating animal responses
University College of Southeast NorwayAnandKhadseCurrent PhDAnand.Khadse@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00
University College of Southeast NorwayAlakaLamsalCurrent PhDalaka.lamsal@usn.noEmerging virus: Vector-borne infections in Norway
University College of Southeast NorwayHanna KavliLodberg-HolmCurrent Movement and Population EcologyHabitat and food selection of the Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) and their impact on riparian vegetation
University College of Southeast NorwayRasmus MohrMortensenCurrent PhDrasmus.m.mortensen@usn.noMovement and Population EcologyTerritorial movements and the role of chemical signals in the Eurasian Beaver
University College of Southeast NorwayTom RobinOlkCurrent PhDTom.Robin.Olk@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00
University College of Southeast NorwayTone JøranOredalenCurrent PhDTone.J.Oredalen@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Proliferative kidney disease (PKD) - an increasing threat to wild and farned salmonids in inland waters?
University College of Southeast NorwayCarmen Julia Pacheco QuirogaCurrent PhDcarmen.j.pacheco@usn.noMovement and Population EcologyCo-existence between three sympatric large carnivores in the Boliviano-Tucumano ecoregion of Bolivia
University College of Southeast NorwayBenedikte NevjenPedersenCurrent PhDbenedikte.nevjen.pedersen@usn.noNew and emerging tick-born diseases
University College of Southeast NorwayIngunnSkalstadCurrent PhDingunn.skalstad@usn.noEcosystem ServicesUteområdet som erfarings- og læringsarena i naturfag
University College of Southeast NorwayStina MargreteStålbergCurrent PhDStina.Margrethe.Stalberg@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Plasma exosomes and their cargo in relation to tumor profiles in pancreatic and colorectal cancer
University College of Southeast NorwayThida SweCurrent PhDthidaswe@gmail.comFreshwater EcologyDevelopment of a classification system for lakes in Myanmar based on phytoplankton and aquatic macrophytes comparable to the EU-WFD
University College of Southeast NorwayOdbayar TumendemberelCurrent Movement and Population EcologyEcological genetics and taxonomy of Gobi bear (Ursus arctos)
University of AberdeenAyotundeAdeosunCurrent Ecosystem ServicesGenome Wide Association Study For Cadmium Tolerance And Accumulation In the Bengal and Assam Aus Panel (BAAP) Grown Under Hydroponic System
University of AberdeenJohnAgyeman PrempehCurrent PhDcompassionfavor201@protonmail.comEcosystem ServicesImpacts of alternative pathways on land use change on biodiversity
University of AberdeenKatherineAugustCurrent and Population EcologyLeaving the safety of the forest: The landscape-scale dynamics of a protected mobile species occupying areas with varying levels of protection
University of AberdeenCaijinChenCurrent Climate Change EcologyGenetic mapping of salt tolerance in rice.
University of AberdeenAnnaFerrettoCurrent Climate Change EcologyAssessing trajectories to remain within planetary boundaries in Scotland
University of AberdeenYangGuoCurrent Change EcologyLand uses condition influencing the dynamic soil carbon by combing the data from the long-term field stations of China and UK, and the relevant models
University of AberdeenKeziah HobsonCurrent and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsAssessing the economic and conservation impacts of the pine marten, a recovering predator, on non-native grey squirrels, and forest land management
University of AberdeenJuan PabloIñamaguaCurrent Ecosystem ServicesThe potential of alternative livestock systems to contribute to food security and climate change mitigation in the tropics
University of AberdeenKathrynLoganCurrent ServicesInvestigating the Impact of the Electrification of Transport to Reduce Carbon Emissions on Natural Capital.
University of AberdeenValeriaMazzolaCurrent Climate Change EcologyCarbon and greenhouse gas implications of integrated energy security and climate change mitigation options for Scotland.
University of AberdeenSriMulyati Current PhDsri.mulyati5@yahoo.comUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsGovernance of forest tenure & conflict in Indonesia
University of AberdeenAinoaPraviaCurrent Services
University of AberdeenDeon RoosCurrent and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsMulti-scale bio-economic approach to optimising the management of emerging rodent crop pests
University of AberdeenJunyiWangCurrent Change EcologyUsing biogeochemical models to quantify the greenhouse gas mitigation potential of China's agro-ecosystems
University of AberdeenJenniferWardleCurrent ServicesResolving the Conflicts between Demands on Organic Wastes in Rural Ethiopia - Optimum Solutions for Food, Energy and Water Security
University of AberdeenShunhuaYangCurrent ServicesThe fate, cycling, storage and environmental effect of reactive nitrogen in a red soil critical zone, China
University of ExeterRalucaHerascuCurrent to potentially attend the summer school 2018, will keep me posted, but wants to receive course updates
University of ExeterBen PhillipsCurrent Verges and hedges
University of Hamburg KashimanaIvoCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsIdentify possible and plausible land-use adaptation and conflict mitigation options, jointly addressing the problems of poverty, food insecurity, biodiversity decline, deforestation, water scarcity, soil degradation, and climate change.
University of IcelandMaiteCerezoCurrent PhD maite@hi.isMovement and Population EcologyMechanisms of density dependence on Icelandic breeding waders
Uppsala University (primary), NTNU TrondheimGabrielDavidCurrent PhDgbldavid@gmail.comMovement and Population EcologyEcological Genomics of House Sparrow Metapopulations in Norway
Wageningen UniversityRenskevan der MatenCurrent PhDrenskevandermaten@gmail.comUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsWildlife Conflicts
Aarhus UniversityWenyongGuoCurrent Phragmites australis invasion: ecophysiological trait variations, ecological niche, and genetics in the native and introduced ranges
Aarhus UniversitySamira KolyaieCurrent
Aarhus UniversityNatalia Escobedo León MadsenCurrent ServicesBiological control of pests
Aarhus UniversityRasmus ØstegaardPedersenCurrent interactions on a macro-evolutionary scale
Aarhus UniversityCarlos AndresRamirez-VargasCurrent 00:00:00Kinetics and Hydrodynamics of Microbial Electrochemical Technology-based Constructed Wetlands (METland) for Domestic Wastewater Treatment
Aarhus UniversityLinjingRenCurrent and Population Ecology Intraspecific variation of widespread plant due to local adaption to genotype's original bioclimate and phenotype plasticity to changing environment.
Aarhus UniversityLiangZhangCurrent 00:00:00Removal of emerging organic contaminants in constructed wetland system
Fondazione Edmund MachJeroenPullensCurrent Postdocjeroenpullens@gmail.comClimate Change EcologyModelling water and carbon cycles in peatlands to understand and predict the future of these ecosystem’s soil carbon stocks.
Fondazione Edmund MachNathanRancCurrent Postdocnathan.ranc@fmach.itMovement and Population EcologyForecasting the effects of global change on ungulate spatial distributions
Hólar UniversityAgnes-KatharinaKreilingCurrent Postdockreiling@holar.isFreshwater EcologyLinking diversity patterns and community structure to environmental factors such as water temperature, pH, elevation, or spring type, and to assess seasonal stability of aquatic food webs in springs, for the larvae of Chironomidae (Diptera).
Humboldt University of BerlinAnnikaSchloetelburg Current Postdocannika.schloetelburg@t-online.deMovement and Population EcologyIntercepting movements of field rodents as a tool for ecologically-based rodent management
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesDegitu EndaleBorechaCurrent Postdocdegitu.borecha@inn.noMovement and Population EcologyRate of natal philopatry and dispersal in grouse population
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesJo IngeBreisjøbergetCurrent Postdocjo.breisjoberget@inn.noFramtidens rypeforvaltning i Statskog; sammenhengen mellom skogshøns, smågnagere og rev
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMadhu ChetriCurrent Understanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsSnowlepard ecology and conservation in Nepal
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesNúria Fandos EsteruelasCurrent Postdocnuria.esteruelas@inn.noCapture and handling in brown bears (Ursus arctos). An assessment of stress and short- and long-term effects on physiology and behavior
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesTorfinnJahrenCurrent Postdoctorfinn.jahren@inn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Spatial and temporal factors affecting nest survival in capercaillie and black grouse – Perspective, mechanisms and consequences
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesKaja JohnsenCurrent Postdockaja.johnsen@inn.noMovement and Population EcologyThe effect of climate on vole population dynamics
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesObeidMahenyaCurrent by giraffe in a heterogeneous savanna in Arusha National Park, Tanzania
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesCyrilMilleretCurrent Postdoccyril.milleret@inn.noSpatio-temporal variation in individual performance and population dynamics of wolves in Scandinavia
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesDavid CarricondoSanchezCurrent Postdocdavid.carricondo@inn.noMovement and Population EcologyThe application of noninvasive techniques for studying distribution and space use of mesopredators
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMortenTofastrudCurrent Postdocmorten.tofastrud@inn.noEcosystem ServicesHabitat selection and grazing behaviour of free ranging cattle in South foreal forests in Norway
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesCicikUdayanaCurrent Postdoccicik.udayana@inn.noEcosystem ServicesForest rehabilitation in Indonesia
Karlstad UniversityRachelBowesCurrent Postdocrachel.bowes@kau.seFreshwater Ecology
Norwegian Institute for Nature ResearchLars R. Eriksen Current PostdocLars.Rod-Eriksen@nina.noMovement and Population EcologyTerrestrial Ecology: ecosystem functionality, expansion and retreat of species in the Scandinavian mountain tundra. Generalist expansion (red fox) into apline areas.
Norwegian University of Life SciencesMengesteabHailu UbuyCurrent Ecosystem ServicesDevelopment of tree biomass models for sustainable management of exclosures in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia
Norwegian University of Life SciencesAnneHertelCurrent Postdocanne.hertel@nmbu.noPotential effects of climate change on brown bear population ecology and bear-caused human injuries
Norwegian University of Life SciencesRannveigJacobsenCurrent Postdocrannveig.jacobsen@nmbu.noMovement and Population EcologyInteraksjonen mellom vedlevende insekter og sopp i løpet av kolonisering og suksesjon
Norwegian University of Life SciencesMarte SynnøveLilleengCurrent Postdocmarte.lilleeng@nmbu.noUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsEcosystem responses to long term grazing by red deer (Cervus elaphus) - Experiments along a density and resource gradient
Norwegian University of Life SciencesDawit Gebregziabher MekonenCurrent Postdocdawit.gebregziabher@nmbu.noEcosystem ServicesGovernance of Community Managed Exclosures in Tigray, Ethiopia: Rehabilitated forests in Dryland degraded areas
Norwegian University of Life SciencesGro KveldrupMoenCurrent Postdocgro.moen@nmbu.noWill finish PhD shortlyBrown bears
Norwegian University of Life SciencesGreysonNyamogaCurrent Change EcologyEconomic and greenhouse gas emission impacts of changes in forest management, land use and REDD+ policies in the Tanzanian forest sector.
Oxford UniversityGenevieve FinertyCurrent and Population EcologyEcology, Conflict & Connectivity: Lions in the Kalahari
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö Malin Aronsson Current Postdocmalin.aronsson@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsSocial and spatial ecology in lynx and wolverine
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Grimsö AnnEklundCurrent Postdocann.eklund@slu.seUnderstanding and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsStakeholder and public perceptions of large carnivore management actions
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Skinnskattberg ElisabethWallinCurrent Postdocelisabeth.wallin@slu.seSeedling vitality and field establishment
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Animal NutritionThereseSivertsenCurrent PostdocTherese.Sivertsen@slu.seReindeer and brown bear interactions and space use in the boreal forest
The Arctic University of NorwayMalin EkCurrent Postdocmalin.ek@uit.noEntemology
The Arctic University of NorwayVictoriaGonzálezCurrent Postdocvictoria.gonzalez@uit.noClimate Change EcologyEcological role of the dwarf shrub Empetrum nigrum - what controls the expansion of an allelopathic plant?
University College of Southeast NorwayHannah B.CrossCurrent Postdochannah.cross@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Territoriality and olfactory communication in the Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber)
University College of Southeast NorwayShaneFrankCurrent Postdocshane.frank@usn.noThe social organization of brown bears: spatio-temporal life history strategies and their fitness effects
University College of Southeast NorwaySannija Goleva-FjelletCurrent Postdocsannija.goleva-fjellet@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Physical activity and health: age, genes and trainability
University College of Southeast NorwayMartin MayerCurrent Postdocmartin.mayer@usn.noThe social organization in Eurasian beavers
University College of Southeast NorwayNiranjanParulekarCurrent Postdocniranjan.n.parulekar@usn.noMovement and Population EcologyOccurrence of heterotrophic bacteria in cyanobacteria blooms world wide
University College of Southeast NorwayHelga V.TinnesandCurrent Postdochelga.v.tinnesand@usn.no1970-01-01 00:00:00Olfactory communication in carnivores; a study of two different social systems – the brown bear (Ursus arctos) and European badger (Meles meles)
University College of Southeast NorwayIkumiUmetaniCurrent Postdocikumi.umetani@usn.noMovement and Population EcologyFatty acid production in microalgae
University of AberdeenRobert FittCurrent Niche evolution under climate change in damselflies: roles of species interactions, thermal plasticity and habitat connectivity/dispersal rates to limit or facilitate current range expansions and habitat shifts.
University of AberdeenDagmar HennerCurrent PostdocdagmarABDN@outlook.deEcosystem ServicesModelling Ecosystem Service Impacts of Bioenergy Production in Europe
University of AberdeenIslaHodgsonCurrent and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsPredators, tolerance and conflict: Understanding the drivers of conflict over raptors in Scotland
University of AberdeenRupert Houghton Current PostdocRupert.houghton55@gmail.comFreshwater EcologyBarriers of acting now to protect the future: American crayfish invasion of Scotland as a paradigm
University of AberdeenSarah R. HoyCurrent impact of increasing predation risk and declining food availability on the population dynamics of a long-lived mesopredator involved both using and contributing to a long-term multi-species (Northern goshawk, Tawny owl and Field voles) dataset in order to gain a better understanding of the role that environmental processes play in shaping animal population dynamics and demography.
University of AberdeenMaria Kaye Current forest ecology, botany
University of AberdeenSvenja KroegerCurrent the late-life within-individual variation of key life-history traits such as body mass and reproductive success in wild yellow-bellied marmots.
University of AberdeenPetraLackovaCurrent and Managing Biodiversity Conflicts
University of AberdeenAoifeLeonardCurrent 00:00:00Niche Evolution under climate change
University of AberdeenFrancesca ManciniCurrent ServicesManaging the wildlife tourism commons
University of AberdeenEwan McHenryCurrent Movement and Population EcologyDoing more with less: optimising invasive American mink control for conservation of water voles and other riparian biodiversity
University of AberdeenAmyMolotoksCurrent ServicesImpact of land use change on biodiversity, food security and ecosystem services
University of AberdeenWilliam MorganCurrent and Population EcologyDispersal at low density: optimising strategies for species restoration and assisted spread
University of AberdeenZara Morris -TrainorCurrent and Managing Biodiversity ConflictsThe social and ecological impacts of rising cashmere production on Mongolian Rangelands
University of AberdeenRita RazauskaiteCurrent Postdocrita.razauskaite@gmail.comEcosystem ServicesModelling current and future greenhouse gas balances from forest soils in the UK
University of AberdeenRoman SusdorfCurrent EcologyModelling the Effect from Sea Lice on Population Dynamics in Wild Atlantic Salmon
University of AberdeenAmanda TraskCurrent PostdocConservation genetics and demographics of chough
University of AberdeenJose van PaassenCurrent ServicesUpland management to enhance carbon sequestration: the role of phosphorus
University of AberdeenLynn WilburCurrent Change EcologyBringing MARINe protocols to the south Pacific to determine community structure, biogeographic patterns, and regime change in Peruvian rocky intertidal ecosystems
University of AberdeenLaura WilliamsonCurrent and Population EcologySpatio-temporal variation in harbour porpoise distribution and activity
Aarhus UniversityToke Hø Change Ecology
Fondazione Edmund MachFrancesca CagnacciDr.francesca.cagnacci@fmach.itMovement and Population Ecology
Fondazione Edmund
Fondazione Edmund MachOmarRota-StabelliDr.omar.rota@fmach.itMovement and Population Ecology
Fondazione Edmund Ecology
Fondazione Edmund
Hólar UniversityDavidBenhaimDr.benhaim@holar.isFreshwater Ecology
Hólar UniversityCamillaLeblancDr.camille@holar.isFreshwater Ecology
Hólar UniversityStefán ÓliSteingrímssonDr.stefan@holar.isFreshwater Ecology
Karlstad UniversityJohnPiccoloDr.john.piccolo@kau.seFreshwater Ecology
Norwegian Institute for Nature ResearchJaneJepsenDr.Jane.Jepsen@nina.noClimate Change Ecology
Norwegian Institute for Nature ResearchErlendNilsenDr.erlend.nilsen@nina.noMovement and Population Ecology
Norwegian Institute of economy researchUnni
Stellenbosch Movement and Population EcologyDemographic and functional determinants of large-scale population dynamics and ecological niches of 26 serotinous Proteaceae
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Animal NutritionAnna
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SkinnskattebergMarine
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesAndreaBonacchiGuestandrea.bonacchi@student.unisi.itMovement and Population EcologyVoles
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesMorjganMirzaeiGuest mojgan_11884@yahoo.comPoint and non-point source pollution in Zayandehrood river basin
Hólar UniversityBjarniKristjánssonProfessorbjakk@holar.isFreshwater Ecology
Hólar UniversitySkúliSkúlasonProfessorskuli@holar.isFreshwater Ecology
Hólar UniversityAnna Gudrun ThorhallsdottirProffesorannagudrun@mail.holar.isEcosystem Services
Inland Norway University of Applied SciencesTomas
Nord UniversityOle Jacob Sø
Norwegian University of Life SciencesLeif Egil
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, GrimsöHenrik Andé
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SkinnskattebergGrzegorz
The Arctic University of
University College of Southeast NorwayFrank
University of AberdeenSteve and Managing Biodiversity Conflicts