Dr E. Jongejans (Eelke)
Associate professor - Animal Ecology & Physiology
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
Internal postal code: 30
The main focus of my research is the impact of environmental drivers on the spatial population trends of birds and other organisms. I want to understand how ecological and evolutionary processes at the individual level interact and scale-up to population dynamics. I am interested in modelling frameworks that can augment the scientific underpinning of conservation management.
- In the project Cumulative Human Impact on biRd Populations (CHIRP) postdoc Andrew Allen and PhD student Magali Frauendorf study the integrated effect of various environmental drivers on the migratory network and population dynamics of oystercatchers. More information
- PhD student Naomi Thunnissen quantifies the ecological risks of various invasive species.
- Postdoc Caspar Hallmann and I are analysing insect abundance trends, while searching for underlying drivers. PhD student Nick Hofland investigates whether systemic pesticides impact the population dynamics of insectivorous birds through their influence on invertebrate availability in farmland areas.
- In the project 'Living Lab Ooijpolder-Groesbeek for biodiversity recovery' PhD student Robin Lexmond uses DIOPSIS smart insect cameras to monitor insects. More information
Honorary Research Fellow
(01 January 2021)
(29 March 2021)
Netherlands Expertise Centre Exotics (NEC-E)
(01 January 2017)
Radboud Institute for Biological and Environmental Sciences
(09 June 2021)
(21 October 2016)
(21 June 2012)
(21 October 2013)
Centre for Avian Population Studies (CAPS)
(21 October 2015)
COMADRE Animal Matrix Database
(21 May 2015)
Biology, Radboud University