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Wildlife Management and Invasive Species Research Institute for Nature and Forest

Wildlife management in relation to humans and biodiversity is central to the Wildlife Management and Alien Species team. Damage management is the first important area of focus. The team seeks, among other things, management tools and strategies to reduce the negative impact of both indigenous and exotic species. Another important area of focus is the sustainable use of indigenous populations: what are the prospects and preconditions for the ...

Library and Information Management Research Institute for Nature and Forest

The Library and Information Management team ensures that researchers are provided with the sources they need – both digital and analogue – to give their projects maximum support with literature data and to have access to as much specific information as possible.

It also provides integrated archive management on the basis of an information management plan, so that all archive documents are stored sustainably, accessed efficiently ...

Wildlife Management Research Institute for Nature and Forest

Wildlife Management in relation to humans and biodiversity is central to the Wildlife Management research group. Damage management is the first important area of focus. The group seeks, among other things, management tools and strategies to reduce the negative impact of both indigenous and exotic species. Another important area of focus is the sustainable use of indigenous populations: what are the prospects and preconditions for the ...

Management Team Research Institute for Nature and Forest

The Management team (MT) is INBO’s general management body. It is responsible for the overall direction and control of the organisation, and plays a facilitating and coaching role.

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INBO aims to be relevant to policy and society on matters relating to nature and forest. The MT’s permanent challenge, therefore, is to identify the core themes and needs on which the organisation should work, through close ...

General Botany and Nature Management Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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The APNA unit covers fiveresearch domains: 1. vegetation research and spatio-temporal vegetation analysis - target vegetation types: mangroves, temperate deciduous forests, cork oak forests, vegetation of seepage zones (including types of wetlands); - methods: classical Braun-Blanquet relevés, PCQM transects, airborne and spaceborne remote sensing, GIS, application of hydrological modelling, wood anatomy and environmental stress, ...

Species Diversity Research Institute for Nature and Forest

The Species Diversity team investigates the state and trends of populations of species in a regional (Flanders), national (Belgium) and international context with a view to the conservation and management of biodiversity. To this end, it charts the biotic and abiotic habitat requirements of species, interactions between species, and the impact of human activities on species in order to explain the observed trends. The methods used include ...

Species Diversity Research Institute for Nature and Forest

In order to monitor the condition of plants and animals (Natura 2000, Water Framework Directive, Red Lists, etc.) in Flanders in a thorough scientific manner, the Species Diversity research group develops new monitoring networks and optimises existing networks. The group also coordinates the annual collection of data for these networks. However, monitoring existing conditions and trends is not enough: it is important to identify problems in ...

Jan Stuyck Research Institute for Nature and Forest