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Stephanie Thomas: Theses offered



Master's Theses offered
Global diversity in bat

 

Aims:  Bats represent a very large proportion of biodiversity in animals. They are known as original hosts of pathogens. However, there is no solid current biogeographical overview on their global diversity related to biomes.

Study programs:  M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversität & Ökologie, M.Sc. Global Change Ecology

Language: German or English

Start: anytime

Location: Global

Skills needed:  GIS, R

Methods: Data Mining, Zoology



Contact: Stephanie Thomas, Carl Beierkuhnlein
Animal diversity in human diet

 

Aims:  Animals are sources of zoonoses that can affect human health. Animal diversity is well documented, but biodiversity patterns related to human diet are not available yet. 

Study programs:  M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversität & Ökologie, M.Sc. Global Change Ecology

Language: German or English

Start: anytime

Location: Global

Skills needed:  GIS, R

Methods: Data Mining, Zoology



Contact: Stephanie Thomas, Carl Beierkuhnlein
Biodiversity and Vector-Borne Diseases

 

Aims:  Invasive vectors and emerging diseases are increasingly appearing in Europe. Climate change drivers have been identified. The role of biodiversity to regulate these threats is not addressed, yet.

Study programs:  M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversität & Ökologie, M.Sc. Global Change Ecology

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: Europe

Skills needed:  R (Remote Sensing)

Methods: Modelling, Data Mining, Remote Sensing, Zoology



Contact: Stephanie Thomas, Carl Beierkuhnlein
Wind may prevent invasion of disease vector

 

Aims:  Invasive disease vector – Asian Tiger Mosquito – is currently spreading into Germany. Wind seems to play an interesting role in whether this tropical species can establish itself or not. Little is known about this.

Study programs:  M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversität & Ökologie, M.Sc. Global Change Ecology

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: Europe

Skills needed:  Enjoy working in the laboratory and provide statistical analyses.

Partners: DiMoC (BiodivERsA)

Methods: Experimental, Zoology



Contact: Stephanie Thomas, Carl Beierkuhnlein
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