Matilda Andersson

doctoral/PhD student at Department of Ecology and Genetics, Limnology

+4618-471 2707
Visiting address:
Evolutionsbiologiskt centrum (EBC)
Norbyv. 18 D
75236 Uppsala
Postal address:
Norbyv. 18 D
75236 Uppsala

Short presentation

I use perch (perca fluviatilis) as a model organism to study the impact of increasing temperatures and watercolor (DOC) on fish populations and individuals. My research utilizes, stable isotope analyses, morphology techniques, and large multi-year datasets to examine how individuals are shaped by their environment and how these individual impacts translate to population level trends.

Keywords: climate change morphology perch brownification doc

My courses


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