*“Juan de la Cierva” and “Ramon y Cajal” fellowship on ungulate management at the CRCP (Córdoba University)* ~ Bioblogia.net

12 de enero de 2011

*“Juan de la Cierva” and “Ramon y Cajal” fellowship on ungulate management at the CRCP (Córdoba University)*

The post-doctoral fellowship programs Juan de la Cierva (three years
fellowship) and Ramón y Cajal (five years fellowship) have launched a new
call for proposals. The Ungulate Research Group placed at the Game and Fish
Research Center (Cátedra de Recursos Cinegéticos y Piscícolas (CRCP)) at
Córdoba University (Spain) and the Extremadura University (Cáceres, Spain)
welcomes researchers interested in working on the topic *“Ungulate Ecology
and Behaviour in Mediterranean habitats, aimed at Conservation and Game
Management”.* The aim of this research is to study different characteristics
of the biology of these species that can be applied to their conservation
such as genetic alteration and admixture, artificial selection, prevalence
of diseases, density, impact on vegetation, mating systems, sexual
selection. The species involved are red deer, wild boar, roe deer, Spanish
ibex, fallow deer, Barbary sheep and mouflon. This research group offers
other investigation topics, always related to game management, that can be
browsed in our websites:

http://www.uco.es/crcp/investigacion.php.

http://www.recursosfaunisticos.com/


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Rosario Cerrato
Gestora de Proyectos de Investigación
Universidad de Extremadura
Edificio Tajo (Gestión del Conocimiento)
Avda de la Universidad s/n
10071 Cáceres
Tefl: 927 257000 Ext 51023
Fax: 924289705
e-mail: rcerrato@unex.es
http://www.recursosfaunisticos.com

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