Finally, It is happening! I have now a job position all about population genomics of marine mammals. It could not be better 🙂
So in the next three years I will focus myself on the marine mammals and all that comes with population genomics. I’m looking forward to it 🙂
— German Version, English will be added —
Bei diesem Artikel habe ich mehr oder weniger eine Zusammenfassung des entsprechenden Kaptiels im Westheide Rieger produziert, aber ich finde gerade deswegen ist es entsprechend innformativ und dennoch kurz gefasst. (auch alle im Text gezeigten Grafiken und Abbildungen entstammen diesem wunderbaren Buch )
I’m fascinated by marine mammals, especially cetaceans since childhood and therefore was glad to take a course during my masters, focusing on their past and development.
This post now is based on a talk I hold during this course about the Evolution of Cetaceans.
— German Version Below —
Last month I participated on the 89th annual meeting of the German Society for Mammalian Biology in Hannover. I heard lots of interesting talks and want to give a little glimps of it here.
The first will be a short overview of new scientific findings from Abbo van Neer about the predation behavior from grey seals in the north sea. If you like to take a deeper view into the topic, I recommend his paper.