About the research programme

The PhD programme in applied ecology and biotechnology is transdisciplinary, aiming to develop and increase knowledge on sustainable production, use and management of biological resources. Biological resources in this sense includes forestry, livestock, crops and other cultivated plants, cultural landscapes, wildlife, fish, microorganisms and other biological products and services within agricultural-, forestry- wildlife- and aquatic systems. The PhD programme has two specializations; one in applied ecology and one in biotechnology. The specialisation in applied ecology focuses on the harvesting and monitoring of biological resources based on an ecological understanding, whereas the specialisation in biotechnol

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