Ms Svenja Tidau
MARES PhD Fellowship
School of Biological & Marine Sciences (Faculty of Science & Engineering)
I am PhD student working on behavioural consequences of ocean noise pollution across multiple contexts in the European hermit crab Pagurus bernhardus.
The lab and field experiments target different stimuli (tactile, visual and chemical) and scales for instance through altered predator-prey relationships. The research is conducted at Plymouth University and the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland.
Supervisors: Dr Mark Briffa (D.O.S.), Dr Martin Gammell (GMIT), and Dr Clare Embling (PU)
MSc. Environmental Science, Policy & Management (Erasmus Mundus Master)
University of Manchester (UK), Lund University (SE), Central European University (HU), University of the Aegean (GR)
BSc./ BA Public Administration special emphasis: European Studies and Sustainable Development
Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet Muenster (GER) & Universiteit Twente (NL)
Grants & contracts
2016 Award: best poster presentation, Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, ASAB Easter Conference 2016
2016-2018 Scholarship: Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Programme on Marine Ecosystem Health and Conservation, European Commission
2011-2013 Scholarship: Erasmus Mundus Master's Scholarship, European Commission
2007-2013 Undergraduate and postgraduate scholarship: Heinrich Boell Foundation, Germany