Three PhD students who cooperated with the Bear Project defended their theses in 2016

In 2016, three PhD students who did part of their theses (at least one chapter) in cooperation with the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project defended their theses successfully.  We would like to congratulate these cooperators on their well-deserved PhD degrees and thank them for their excellent cooperation.  They are:

Aimee Tallian, who defended her thesis entitled “The behavior and ecology of cursorial predators and dangerous prey: integrating behavioral mechanisms with population-level patterns in large mammal systems” at Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA.

Ellinor Sahlén, who defended her thesis entitled “Indirect effects of predation in human-modified landscapes” at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden

Cyril Milleret who defended his thesis entitled “Spatial ecology of wolves in Scandinavia – from spatio-temporal dynamics of  wolf  pairs to wolf population dynamics” at the Hedmark University of Applied Sciences, Evenstad, Norway.