Dr. Anne Scharf

IMPRS Alumni
Radolfzell, Germany

Main Focus

PhD thesis

Coping with change and changing to cope: Estimating the effects of anthropogenic land use change from animal movement, with Kamran Safi, Department of Migration and Immuno-Ecology, MPI for Ornithology Radolfzell

Curriculum Vitae

  • Sep 2012 - May 2017. PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Radolfzell, Germany, and fellow of the International Max Plank Research School (IMPRS) for Organismal Biology. Supervised by Dr. Kamran Safi

  • Nov 2011 - Aug 2012. Research assistant in the projects: “Habitat suitability modeling for Bornean Carnivores to asses biodiversity hotspots” and “Planning tiger recovery: Understanding intraspecific variation for effective conservation” at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany. Supervised by Dr. Stephanie Kramer-Schadt and Dr. Andreas Wilting

  • Feb 2011 - May 2011. Field assistant in the “Carpathian Brown Bear Project” at the Institute of Nature Conservation (Polish Academy of Sciences), Poland. Supervised by Dr. Nuria Selva

  • Oct 2010. MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation Biology at the University of Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain. MSc Thesis: “Brown Bear Conservation in Europe: Factors Determining Distribution of Present and Potential Populations” at the Doñana Biological Station (Spanish Council for Scientific Research CSIC), Sevilla, Spain. Supervised by Dr. Néstor Fernández

  • Dec 2008. Licenciatura degree in Biology at the University of Granada, Spain

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