Jeroen Minderman

  • ConFooBio: modelling conservation conflicts

    Current position: research fellow in the ConFooBio group at Stirling University, funded by a ERC Starting Grant to Prof. Nils Bunnefeld. The ConFooBio project is a large and growing team effort focused at understanding, predicting and mediating conservation conflicts across a wide range of case studies.

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  • Stress and behavioural responses to change

    It is widely accepted that individual animals respond differently to changes and disturbance, and that to understand population-level responses to change we need to understand how individuals vary in their responses.

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  • Gulls & garbage: phsyiology, behaviour and conservation conflicts

    Currently funded by a NERC CASE Studentship (“Gulls & Garbage”), which I co-supervise with Dr Karen Spencer (University of St Andrews) and Liz Humphries (British Trust for Ornithology) Two species of gull in the UK, the Herring gull (Larus argentatus) and Lesser black-backed gull (Larus fuscus) have shown moderate to strong declines in many traditional coastal and marine breeding areas.

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  • Wind turbines & wildlife

    During a postdoctoral position working with Kirsty Park at Stirling University (2010-2012), and a following university fellowship position (2013-15), I worked on several projects aiming to assess the effects of small wind turbines (SWTs) on birds and bats, as well as related work on similar effects at larger wind farm sites.

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