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Understanding how living organisms respond and adapt to environmental changes remains a major and urgent scientific challenge. CEES combines a broad spectrum of disciplines – such as population biology, statistical and mathematical modelling, and genomics – to foster the concept of ecology as a driving force of evolution via selective processes, with a corresponding influence of evolutionary changes on ecology.

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  • Image may contain: Water, Cartoon, Fin, Organism, Fish. Stock collapse is more than a simple reduction in abundance

    Over the last century, overfishing has led to the collapse of many fish stocks. Some of them, following successful management actions, have rebuilt their number but did they remain the same? In a recent study published in Ecology and Evolution we explored the effect of collapse on the stocks ecology by testing for differences before and after.

The journals Evolutionary Theory and Evolutionary Monographs

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Vacancies at IBV, including CEES

  • Researcher in Comparative Genomics
    Department: Department of Biosciences
    Faculty: The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
    Languages: English
    Deadline: Tuesday, August 23, 2022
  • Researcher in T cell biology
    Department: Department of Biosciences
    Faculty: The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
    Languages: English
    Deadline: Thursday, September 15, 2022
 

A centre of excellence in Norway 2007–2017

CEES continues as a centre and section at the Department of Biosciences beyond 2017.