RNDr. Miloslav Homolka CSc.

Position full-time researcher
Direction mammal ecology

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Research interests

  • feeding behaviour of herbivors – seasonal changes in diets, interactions between herbivors and vegetation, impact of mammals on environment,
  • population dynamic of herbivorous mammals – effects of environmental factors on mammal density.

Education

  • 1971 -1976: undergraduate study – J.E.Purkyně University Brno, Faculty of Science, Systematic Zoology and Anthropology. Diploma thesis: Contribution to the knowledge of the reproduction and population ecology of dormice (Gliridae), (superviosr J.Gaisler).
  • 1980-1983: Ph.D. study – Institute of Vertebrate Zoology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. Ph.D. thesis: Feeding ecology and ethology of Brown Hare in the intensely farmed countryside, (supervisor J.Zejda).

Employment

  • 1976-1983: Institute of Vertebrate Zoology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno – research assistant,
  • 1983–present: Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic – research fellow.

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