Trophos addresses the higher trophic levels in the North Sea.
It pays amongst others attention to the dispersal mechanisms of
key species, which is especially important for species with a
pelagic phase. Genetic and ecological research is linked to
modelling of the fishes sand goby and sole, and the parasite
Gyrodactylus. This research benefits fisheries and the
sustainable use of the ocean.
north sea, population genetics, sand goby, gyrodactylus, dispersal, microsatellites, dover sole
|Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology||member||2002-02-01||2006-04-01|
|TROPHOS: Higher trophic levels in the Southern North Sea||partner|
|(SUMANOS) Cluster Sustainable Management North Sea||partner|
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