In a new global study of more than 46,000 species of trees, an international team of researchers has shown that many tree species are under substantial pressure and poorly protected. The research team, headed by Aarhus University, has also studied how this situation can be improved by means of ambitious and smart designation of new protected natural areas.
Warmer temperatures, increased globalisation and more people are putting pressure on Earth's biodiversity and ecosystems. This means that many of the planet's species are threatened by extinction, and ecosystems are at risk of collapsing. Future generations will also experience extreme climate change and living conditions. A new centre at Aarhus University will now prevent things from going that badly.
Professor i biologi Signe Normand modtager Victor Albeck-prisen på 100.000 kr. for sin innovative og banebrydende forskning i klimaforandringer og naturbeskyttelse.
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Final exam of the Master's degree: Nicolai Andreas Munk, Aquatic Biology
Final exam of the Master's degree: Kathrine Uhrbrand Sørensen, Microbiology
Final exam of the Master's degree: Ciska Bakkeren, Zoophysiology
Final exam of the Master's degree: Amanda Bjerregaard Krog, Ecoinformatics and Biodiversity
Final exam for the Master's degree: Søren Moskjer Andersen, Microbiology
Final exam for the Master's degree: Jacob Nørgaard Poulsen, Zoophysiology
Tilmelding senest den 22. juni 2022
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