14 zoekresultaten voor “wildfire” in de Publieke website
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?
2012 Nanodiamonds and wildfire provide no support for meteorite impact at the end of the last Ice Age
Nanodiamonds and charcoal in Dutch soil provide no evidence for the alleged impact of a meteorite at the end of the last Ice Age. This is the conclusion of a research done by Utrecht University in collaboration with Leiden University and the University of Groningen.
Management implications for invertebrate assemblages in the Midwest American agricultural landscape
Promotor: G.R. de Snoo Co-promotor: C.J.M. Musters
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.
Spreading the Fire: Why is Pyroptotic Cell Death Contagious?
The word ¨pyroptosis¨ can be understood as ¨fiery falling¨, which describes the bursting of pro-inflammatory signals from the dying cell. Our observations indicate that pyroptosis also ¨spreads like wildfire¨ and once a cell dies via pyroptotic cell death, neighbouring cells are more prone to die as…
Prize for best academic article in Public Administration
Dimiter Toshkov, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Public Administration, is a joint winner of the Haldane prize for best article published in 2013 in Public Administration - one of the oldest and most prestigious scientific journals in this academic field.
Hugo Grotius: from Leiden student to founding father of international law
Hugo de Groot, one of history’s most famous legal scholars, was already studying arts and law in Leiden at the age of 11. How did his career take off from that point and who inspired him?
Black lives matter: ‘Racism takes different forms but it’s a world issue’
It all started with demonstrations protesting about the death of George Floyd from police brutality in Minneapolis, but the Black Lives Matter protest is spreading like wildfire across the whole of the US. Every day, thousands of people are taking to the streets. We asked American Studies expert Sara…
European support for Dutch-Flemish project in the fight against disinformation
Dutch and Flemish partners, including Leiden University, are joining forces as the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) in the fight against the spread of fake news, and have received the support of the European Commission.
Sara Brandellero: 'the news coming from Brazil is chilling'
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro called the COVID-19 disease “a minor illness”. With more than 200.000 confirmed corona cases today (May 18) however, Brazil is quickly becoming one of the world’s emerging coronavirus hot spots. How long can Bolsonaro continue to downplay the corona crisis? We asked…
The Naked Blogger of Cairo
- The Naked Blogger of Cairo
Fake news about fake news. A socio-cognitive perspective on some myths of online disinformation