12 search results for “midwest” in the Public website
Management implications for invertebrate assemblages in the Midwest American agricultural landscape
Promotor: G.R. de Snoo Co-promotor: C.J.M. Musters
Impacts of grassland wildfire on invertebrate species
Does a mid-season fire impact invertebrate populations?
Impacts of fire on invertebrate species
What impact does a mid-season wildfire have on grassland invertebrates?
Management Implications for Invertebrate Assemblages in the Midwest American Agricultural Landscape
Invertebrate response to management of roadside edges
Does roadside management in the mid-west USA increase invertebrate diversity similar to practices in Europe?
Bloomington Grove Kickapoo Creek Restoration to Enhance Biodiversity
Does a high quality prairie restoration in an urban/agricultural landscape provide invertebrates necessary for a sustainable ecosystem?
Recent CML dissertations
Overview of recent CML dissertations: 2015 - 2017
Ken Meier Professor of Bureaucracy and Democracy at the Institute of Public Administration
The Executive Board of Leiden University has appointed Professor Ken Meier to the Chair of Bureaucracy and Democracy at the Institute of Public Administration. The appointment starts on 1 September for a period of five years.
Following your passion at 66
‘No choice is forever’, states Tracy Evans. ‘You can change your mind and go in a different direction when the circumstances change.’ When Tracy was 60 years old, she felt the need for a change herself. It lead to her earning a PhD degree six years later.
Linguists from Leiden decipher Phrygian and Lydian inscriptions
Linguists Alwin Kloekhorst and Alexander Lubotsky from Leiden University made a great discovery this summer. They deciphered a few dozen inscriptions on pot shards found in Daskyleion (North-West Turkey) as Phrygian and Lydian, and thus proved the presence of the Phrygians and Lydians in that area.
Overview of all dissertations published by PhD candidates from CML.