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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

    Author abstracts and/or summaries are added to all descriptions. A link to the full text dissertation is added to the bibliographic description. In a few cases, no electronic version is available, mostly because of copyright issues.

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Consequences of seasonal migration : how goose relocation strategies influence infection prevalence and pathogen dispersal [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-12-04
Yin, Shenglai \ 2018
Genetic variation of wildlife in a human-dominated landscape : genome-wide SNP analysis of wild boar (Sus scrofa) en red deer (Cervus elaphus) from the European continent [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-12-03
Jong, Joost F. de \ 2018
Lemurs on a sinking raft? : the ballast of anthropogenic disturbances [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-06-12
Winter, Iris I. de \ 2018
Land use changes in Russia and their impact on migrating geese [PhD thesis]
Grishchenko, Mikhail \ 2018
Effects of predation risk and habitat characteristics on European hare [PhD thesis]
Weterings, Martijn J.A. \ 2018
Eco-epidemiology of Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in an African savanna : the conflict between traditional pastoralist adaptations and disease transmission in the modern era [PhD thesis]
Dejene, Sintayehu Workeneh \ 2017
cattle diseases - tuberculosis - disease transmission - pastoralism - animal ecology - risk factors - ethiopia
Community ecology of Neotropical ticks, hosts, and associated pathogens [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-10-09
Esser, Helen J. \ 2017
metastigmata - host specificity - host parasite relationships - biodiversity - species diversity - pathogens - size - community ecology - tickborne diseases - panama - tropics - hosts
African elephant in a cleft stick : choosing between starving or dying from thirst in arid savanna [PhD thesis]
Wato, Yussuf Adan \ 2016
loxodonta africana - starvation - thirst - savannas - arid zones - animal ecology - mortality - drought
Crossing species boundaries : the hybrid histories of the true geese [PhD thesis]
Ottenburghs, Jente \ 2016
geese - anser - crossing - species - hybridization - speciation - phylogenomics
The wild life of tick-borne pathogens [PhD thesis]
Hofmeester, Tim R. \ 2016
ixodes ricinus - metastigmata - life cycle - tickborne diseases - disease vectors - mammals - birds - hosts - population ecology - tick infestations - host parasite relationships
Maintenance of Borrelia burgdorferi s.l. diversity in enzootic cycles [PhD thesis]
Coipan, Elena Claudia \ 2016
borrelia burgdorferi - life cycle - tickborne diseases - metastigmata - ixodes ricinus - disease vectors - rodents - mammals - genetic analysis - multilocus sequence typing - lyme disease
Food from the Sulawesi Sea, the need for integrated sea use planning [PhD thesis]
Siahainenia, Audrie J. \ 2016
mangroves - mangrove forests - fishes - habitats - marine areas - marine environment - fish stocks - environmental management - ecological disturbance - disturbance - sulawesi
The facilitative role of trees in tree-grass interactions in savannas [PhD thesis]
Priyadarshini, K.V.R. \ 2016
plant interaction - trees - grasses - savannas - ecosystems - ecology
Wild geese of the Yangtze River : their ecology and conservation [PhD thesis]
Zhang, Y \ 2016
geese - anatidae - anser - animal ecology - wildlife management - nature conservation - hydrology - habitat selection - rivers - china
Unlocking resources in savannas: how goats and other mixed feeders overcome the negative effects of tannins [PhD thesis]
Mkhize, N.R. \ 2015
goats - tannins - animal nutrition - animal feeding - savannas - browsing - grazing time - grazing - animal physiology - plant composition - africa
Of mice and oaks : conditional outcomes in a seed‐dispersal mutualism [PhD thesis]
Suselbeek, L. \ 2014
seed dispersal - dispersal - mutualism - rodents - tree fruits - sus scrofa - apodemus sylvaticus - ecology
Effect of species richness on disease risk: dilution effect and underlying mechanisms [PhD thesis]
Huang, Z. \ 2014
animal diseases - bovidae - cattle - risk - species richness - disease distribution - pathogens - disease transmission - models - africa
Population densities of eastern black rhinoceros : unravelling the controls [PhD thesis]
Okita Ouma, B. \ 2014
rhinoceros - population density - population ecology - savannas - browsing - nutrient availability - rain - temperature - kenya
Search performance and the spatial resource distribution [PhD thesis]
Huisman, T.J. \ 2014
fauna - animal ecology - migration - foraging - telemetry - animal behaviour

In de afgelopen decennia heeft het onderzoek naar bewegingspatronen in de ecologie een vlucht genomen. Door de ontwikkeling van alsmaar kleinere gps-transmitters en chips worden tegenwoordig de bewegingsgegevens van een enorm aantal dieren en soorten opgeslagen. Naast deze enorme toename in beschikbare gegevens is er een ontwikkeling geweest in de theoretische modellen die besproken en gebruikt worden in de ecologische literatuur. Al deze ontwikkelingen tezamen vormen de nieuwe subdiscipline van de zogenaamde bewegingsecologie en het onderzoek in dit proefschrift valt precies onder deze noemer.

African wildlife and people : finding solutions where equilibrium models fail [PhD thesis]
Poshiwa, X. \ 2013
wildlife - rangelands - equilibrium - drought - people - herbivores - livestock - disturbance - ecological disturbance - zimbabwe - africa
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