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Ecology of animal migration

Today the international PhD-course ”Ecology of Animal Migration” started for the 9th time, welcoming 39 participants, from no less than 14 different countries!
course participants

The course started off with Thomas Alerstam giving the history of animal migration research, followed by presentations by each course participant. The student presentations will continue tomorrow. For the rest of the two-week-period lectures will be given by international authorities in the field - from Lund and all over the world. Feel free to visit the lectures if something is of special interest. You find the program HERE!

Thomas Alerstam
Thomas Alerstam. Photo: Susanne Åkesson

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Centre for Animal Movement Research
Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Biology
Ecology building S-223 62 Lund Sweden