The Research group in Ecophysiology of birds consists of:
Claus Bech, Professor
Bernt Rønning, Phd (Intraspecific variation in the basal metabolism of birds)
Elin Noreen, Phd-student (Energetics and immunosenescence in a small passerine bird).
Siv Anita Slyngstad, master-student (Tissue specific metabolic responses to food-restriction in Japanese quail chicks [Coturnix c. japonica])
Louise Skeistrand, master-student (Thyroid hormones and the metabolic depression during food-restriction in japanese quail chicks)
Tore Nordstad, master-student (Effects of POPs on hormone levels in arctic breeding black-legged kittiwakes [Rissa tridactyla])
June Larsen, master-student (Corticosterone, body condition and laying data in black-legged kittiwakes [Rissa tridactyla] on Svalbard)
Henrik H. Berntsen, master-student (Long-term effect of nestling food quality on immunocompetence in the zebra finch [Taeniopygia guttata])
Grete Løberg, master-student (Adult workload and immune responses in chicks of the zebra finch, Taeniopygia guttata)
On the Kittiwake project in SPITSBERGEN 1996-2000 (in Norwegian!).
Pictures from field-work on SKLINNA 2001 (Growth and energetics in Shag nestlings).
Pictures from field-work on SPITSBERGEN 2002 (Energetics of Kittiwakes)
More to come here!