Mammal Extinction is caused by humans - not the climate
Tobias Andermann, lead author of a new scientific study in Science Advances showing the alarming rate to which humans are causing mammalextinctions recieved a lot of medial attention with no less than a newsfeature in the local newspaper Göteborgsposten and two interviews with TRT World and BBC World.
Read the newsfeature in Göteborgsposten here
See the interview with TRT World here
See the interview with BBC World here
What would happen to Earth if humans went extinct?
GGBC'er Søren Faurby was interviewed in LiveScience with insights on what the past may tell us about the future of life.
Read the inteview here
Heathlands a landscape created by man in need of management
Mattias Lindholm, one of Sweden's few reserachers on heathlands is interviewed as part of the popular Swedish radio show Naturmorgon. Listen to Mattias talk about one of Europe's most threatened habitats and their need for continued management.
Listen to the interview in Radio P4 here
Recent research publications
A synoptic review of the family Dendronotidae (Mollusca: Nudibranchia): a multilevel organismal diversity approach
Trade‐off between seed dispersal in space and time
Pollinators drive floral evolution in an Atlantic Forest genus
Megafauna decline have reduced pathogen dispersal which may have increased emergent infectious diseases
Molecular systematics, species limits, and diversification of the genus Dendrocolaptes (Aves: Furnariidae): Insights on biotic exchanges between dry and humid forest types in the Neotropics
GGBC is currently involved in two ongoing communication projects, Så Vilda! and Ocean Blues. We look forward to presenting the results from these two projects when finsihed, both focusing on communicating the importance of biodiversity, the threats against it and what we as humans can do about it.
MSc and PhD projects
Recently finished PhD projects
Josué Anderson Rêgo Azevedo
Camila Duarte Ritter
Recently finished MSc projects
Does fruit colour affect the geographical distribution of palms
Adrian Hill, MSc in biology
Relative impact of individual on global biodiversity loss
Louisa Durkin, MSc in Biology