Trainees

 

Yves De Blick (Belgium)  

Intern under supervision of Linas Ložys and guidance of Eglė Jakubaviciutė              

06/2015 – 07/2015

Current situation:

Enrolled in study to become Master in Biology – Global Change Ecology (University of Gent, Belgium)

                Keywords: Climate change, Ecosystem services, Management, Spatial ecology, Biostatistics

Thesis topic: The use of multibeam recordings from the water column for fish detection in the North Sea (Dissertation director: Dr. Jan Reubens (University of Gent, Belgium) and Dr. Klaas Deneudt Flanders Marine Institute, Belgium))

Background:

Education: Bachelor in Biology (University of Gent, Belgium) (2010 – 2013)

Keywords: General sciences, Biodiversity, Evolution, Morphology, Physiology, Statistics

Thesis topic: Study on the impact of coastal defence on the macrofauna of the soft substrates of our Flemish beaches. (Dissertation director: Prof. Dr. Magda Vincx, supervisor: Dr. Sarah Vanden Eede).

Work: Volunteer at Nature Trust Malta (2013-2014)

Keywords: Marine Turtles, Rehabilitation, Rescue, General work

Volunteer at Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park (2013-2014)

Keywords: Monitoring, Flora and fauna, Butterfly diversity, General work

Skills & endorsements:

Ecology – Marine biology – Ecosystem functioning – Ecological modelling – Computational biology – PADI advanced open water diver

Software knowledge:

Microsoft Office – R – Python – SAS – Plankton Identifier

e-height:125%;font-family:"Times New Roman","serif"; mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>Work: Volunteer at Nature Trust Malta (2013-2014)

Keywords: Marine Turtles, Rehabilitation, Rescue, General work

Volunteer at Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park (2013-2014)

Keywords: Monitoring, Flora and fauna, Butterfly diversity, General work

Skills & endorsements:

Ecology – Marine biology – Ecosystem functioning – Ecological modelling – Computational biology – PADI advanced open water diver

Software knowledge:

Microsoft Office – R – Python – SAS – Plankton Identifier

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