Researcher for Laboratory of Biometry and Evolutionary BiologyDispersal: determinism, mechanisms, consequences - the collared flycatcher as a case study.
Research topics and activities
"My research work addresses two main research axes: (1) information gathering and use by decision-making, and (2) determinism, ontogeny and consequences of dispersal. These research themes are conducted through numerous national and international collaborations (Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Canada). My research work is based on empirical and experimental data collected on several wild passerine bird population populations during field work each year."
Speaker: Blandine Doligez
Venue: Zoology Lecture Theatre
Date: 07 November 2019, 16:00 - 17:00
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