Ph.D.Forest Protection and Game Management
PhD Forest Protection and Game Management is designed to provide knowledge and chosen practical skills in the field of prevention methods, forest stands protection, applied zoology and game management. The emphasis is put on acquiring theoretical and practical knowledge of scientific methods improvement. The field of study is focused on forest protection against harmful agents, especially insect pests. Within the framework of dissertations, basic research of insect and fungi and their symbiotic relationships provide key the forest protection as such. The research uses the latest methods of geostatistics, dendrochronology and climate models in relation to the impact on harmful agents. This field of study includes also practical management of game populations in natural and men made ecosystems and theoretical studies of animal biology, i.e. magnetoreception, bioacustic or space activities. The research uses the most advanced methods: GPS telemetry, applications of radioizotops and molecular or genetics analyses. This field brings a wide range of opportunities for international cooperation. It is advantageous that the results of the research can be quickly applied in practice.
Graduates of this postgraduate (PhD) branch of study gain special expertise as regards the procedures for forest prevention and protection and applied zoology/game management focusing on the deepening of theoretical and practical knowledge of scientific procedures. This branch of study is focused on the broad issue of protection of forests against harmful agents, mainly against insect pests. In addition to application to forest protection, the doctoral thesis also addresses the issue of basic research of insects, fungi and their symbiotic relationships as critical underlying data for forest protection as such. The research uses the state-of-the-art methods of geostatistics, dendrochronology and climate models in relation to effects on the harmful factors.
|Applications start||15th November 2022|
|Applications end||31st May 2023|
|Start of study:||22nd September 2023|
Current information about the admission procedure can be find on https://www.fld.czu.cz/en/r-9414-study/r-11075-admission-procedures/r-13202-admission-procedure-for-doctoral-study
|Study duration||4 years|
|School fees||€ 200 per year 1|
1 Contact person: Ing. Hana Ayad: email@example.com