KNAW Fonds Ecologie 2019

Eenentwintig jonge onderzoekers kunnen in 2019 ecologisch veldwerk uitvoeren in binnen- of buitenland of onderzoek doen aan een universiteit buiten Nederland met een bijdrage uit het KNAW Fonds Ecologie. Een financiële bijdrage bedraagt maximaal negenduizend euro.

Michelle Achlatis
Universiteit van Amsterdam

Linking photosynthesis by symbiotic sponges to enhanced bioerosion

Mariska Beekman en Helena Donner
Wageningen University & Research

The occurence of endosymbionts in natural aphid populations

Morgan Brown
Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, Universiteit van Amsterdam

The energetic cost of Diverse Migration Strategies: estimating annual energy expenditure from free-flying Black-backed Gulls using heart rate and accelerometry

Helen Esser
Wageningen University & Research

Ecology of tick-bone encephalitis virus at the Sallandse Heuvelrug

Lou Godefroy
Vrije Universiteit

Flora en Fauna: a comparative study of framing practices in ancient Greece and in indigenous and colonial areas in Italy

Sofia Fernandes Gomes
Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie (NIOO-KNAW)

Changing microbiomes

Leon Hauser
Centrum voor Milieuwetenschappen (CML), Universiteit Leiden

Mapping and understanding functional diversity through satellite remote sensing

Rosemarie Kentie
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)

Family dinner: do parents of lesser black-backed and Herring Gulls adapt their foraging behavior to their chicks need

Koosje Lamers
Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Ontogeny and genetics of migratory behavior and wintering sites in pied flycatchers; a common garden experiment

Long Ma
Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Is cooperation between non-kin maintained by mutualistic benefits in communally breeding burying beetles

Sandra Maier
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)

Getting under the skin of cold-water corals: using tissue biomarkers to understand seasonality in diet composition and reproduction

Germán Pérez Pesamosca
Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie (NIOO-KNAW)

Ecology of methane oxidizing bacteria in freshwater lakes in a warmer climate: how does temperature modulate methane emissions in these systems

Martina de Freitas Prazeres

Hiding in plain sight: revealing the scale at which cryptic diversity occurs

Kees Schreven
Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie (NIOO-KNAW)

Tracking Pink-footed Geese on a new spring migration route to newly colonised breeding areas in the Arctic

Bernice Sepers
Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie (NIOO-KNAW)

The effect of early-life food stress on DNA methylation, personality and fitness of wild great tits

Fee Smulders
Wageningen University & Research

The impact of tropicalization on marine plant-herbivore interactions in the Caribbean

Yan Jun Song
Wageningen University & Research

Explaining conifer tree species distribution from underlying mechanisms

Vera de Visser
Kennis- en Adviescentrum Dierplagen

Which animal species are associated with dead tissue decomposition under Dutch climatic conditions and what are their life cycle characteristics

Renske Vroom
Radboud Universiteit

The role of sediment iron content and fish bioturbation in methane emissions from aquaculture ponds

Deyi Wang

Partner shifts by shading: ecological drivers for mixotrophy in Orchidaceae

P. Willemsen
Universeit Twente

Livingon the edge: Tipping points for mangrove dynamics in an urban environment

Elodie Wilwert
Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Visual adaptation in East-African cichlids: linking variation in opsin genotypes to visual environments

Mariska te Beest
Universiteit Utrecht

Plant trait and phenological responses to experimental warming in Afromontane grasslands

Casper van Leeuwen
Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie (NIOO-KNAW)

Dispersal of plant seeds by waterbirds across habitat types