The Tropical Rainforest Ecology Lab (TREcoL) focuses on tropical rainforest biodiversity, its conservation and impacts endured from climate and land-use change. Research and interests span a diversity of topics, including plant-animal interactions, animal movements, community ecology, behavioural ecology, NTFPs and more. We have a focus on Amazonia and the Tropical Andes, but students work in a variety of places and settings across the tropics.
News in brief
> Great start to 2022
Several new articles published - highlight Methods in Ecology and Evolution
> New article
Jørgen publishes his first PhD chapter in Environmental Research Letters
> Almost there...!
Elildo is close to PhD submission after the publication of two more papers this summer.
> ATBC meeting in Colombia
Frugivores and seed dispersal crowd gathered for conference.
> Amazon Biodiversity and Carbon Expeditions
Expeditions to the Jurua done, visits to Gurupi, Tumucumaque, Sucunduri and Trombetas to come.
A Tropical Rainforest Ecology Lab in Norway? - you may think to yourself with a light chuckle. Sure, here we are. Indeed, the Faculty to which we belong has one of the few MSc degrees in Europe where you can specialise in tropical ecology. Check it out and contact us for further info!
DEADLINE for applications: 1st December for international students
We are part of a team currently tracking Orinoco geese and Black Skimmers in Colombia, Peru and Brazil. Here a congragation of geese at La Aurora in the Colombian Llanos.