Movement patterns of caribou in West Greenland

The study examines how the migratory patterns of caribou are impacted by changes in the landscape. Photo: Katrine Raundrup

Movement patterns of caribou in West Greenland (Business-PhD project). The project focuses on how short and long-term changes in the arctic landscape impact the spatial and temporal distribution of reindeer in West Greenland. One of the core questions is why caribou move – what drives their movement during the year. Furthermore, the project focuses on describing aspects pertaining to their feeding ecology. A poster on a part of the project can be found here.

For further information, contact Katrine Raundrup.

Updated 03.10.2016