Disputas - Pedro Guilherme Nicolau
Master of science Pedro Guilherme Nicolau will on june 3rd at 12.15 publically defend his PhD degree in science.
Title of the PhD thesis:
"Boreal rodents fluctuating in space and time: Tying the observation process to the modeling of seasonal population dynamics"
Arctic ecosystems are known for their extremes - in terms of their climate, habitats, and the adaptations that fauna and flora have had to develop to thrive. Small rodents are some of the most important elements of arctic food chains, where they are important prey to iconic arctic predators, help shape the vegetation communities, among other critical ecological roles. Therefore, studying population processes of small rodents and their interactions with the environment can help predict future states of arctic ecosystems. The population cycles of arctic small rodents are characterized by large amplitudes, meaning they fluctuate in numbers through the years across the regions. This work improved the available statistical methods to accurately monitor small rodent populations and to better study the factors affecting their population cycles in both time and space.
Leader of public defense
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The trial lecture starts at 10.15 june 3rd 2022
The defense starts 12.15 june 3rd 2022