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Watch videos and media appearances of researcher at the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate.

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Research videos
TV interviews
Lectures
Webcasts
Field work
Danish nature areas


Research videos

Video presentations of research conducted by scientists at Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate.

The Danish Ant Hunt (3:54 min.)

(In Danish. May 2017)

Meet PhD Student at CMEC Julie Koch Sheard. She explains how she studies ants using Citizen Science.  Find out how she uses the data and why it is so importat. Read more.

Routes of migratory birds (1:55 min.)

(In English. January 2017)

Professor Kasper Thorup explains how the migratory birds Common cuckoos, red-backed shrikes and thrush nightingales track seasonal peaks in resources. Read more.

Map of genetic biodiversity (2:41 min.)

(In English. September 2016)

Postdoctoral researcher Andreia Miraldo explains Map of Genetic Diversity. The map shows lower genetic diversity in animals from regions with high human impact compared to animals in less impacted areas. Read more.

New species of Arachnid (9:41 min.)

(In English. February 2016)

PhD student Gustavo Silva de Miranda's interesting discovery of new species of Arachnid is presented as case #9 at 7:45 min. Read more.

Rewilding (2:35 min.)

(In English. February 2016)

Associate Professor David Noguéz-Bravo comments on the hot topic of rewilding. Read more.

Climate research at the roof of the Zoologisk Museum (0:42 min.)

(In Danish. November 2015)

Come to the roof of the Danish Natural History Museum with PhD Peter Søgaard Jørgensen who has collected insects and knowledge for 18 years.

(Click the photo above to access video on Facebook)


TV interviews

DR2 Dagen: Verdens befolkning klar til kamp mod klimaforandringer

(In Danish. November 2017)

Professor and leader of Sustainability Science Center, UCPH, Katherine Richardson explains how the Americans fight for climate, despite Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement. (Click the photo below to watch at 00:17:05) 

DR2 Dagen: Forfatter vil lukke flere vilde dyr ud i Danmark (01:30:13)

(in Danish. October 2017)

Friday 6 October 2017, Rune Engelbreth Larsen published his book about wild nature and re-wilding in Denmark, Vildere vidder i dansk natur. Professor Carsten Rahbek and Rune visited DR2 Dagen to discuss the book. (Click the photo below to watch at 01:03:05).

TV2 LORRY: Træ-spisende svampe skaber nyt liv i dødt træ (7:15 min.)

(In Danish. October 2017)

Different kinds of fungi live under different conditions. Associate Professor Jacob Heilmann-Clausen explains the life in dead trees to Philip Hahn-Petersen from Naturen nu (Nature now).

P1 Natursyn: Danish plant communities and landscape development (01:14 min.)

(in Danish. May 2017)

PhD student at Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate Tora Finderup Nielsen explains her study of plant communities and landscape development the past 150 years in Denmark to P1 Natursyn.

TV2: Nu er ulven i Jylland og på Fyn - men kan den også komme til Sjælland?

(In Danish. March 2017)

The first wolf, since the last Danish wolf was shot in 1813, has been documented on Funen. Professor Carsten Rahbek estimates it is highly unlikely it will spread to Zealand too (Click the link below to watch the interview with Carsten Rahbek).

DK4: Global bæredygtighed efter COP21 (23:46 min.)

(In Danish. February 2016

Professor and scientist in marine biology Katherine Richardson guests DK4, and tells more about the results from COP21. 

TV2: No reason to fear the wolf (8:34 min.)

(In Danish. October 2015)

The Nature Agency has recently published a photo of a wolf in a forest in the middle of Jutland, Denmark. Rasmus Gren Havmøller from the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate explains more. 

(External link to TV2)

DK4: What is macroecology? (2:44 min.)

(In Danish. February 2010)

A quick guide to macroecology - Professor Carsten Rahbek explains. (3 min).


Lectures

What determines the distribution of life on Earth? (60:00 min.)

(In Danish, November 2015

Talk by Carsten Rahbek at 'Videnskabernes Selskab'. 

Galathea 3: Exploring our own planet's oceans (01:08:26 h.)

(In English. April 2013)

We humans are dependent on the ocean for our very survival as it moderates the climate and forms the land habitats where humans can thrive. How will global changes, including climate change and human exploitation, impact the ocean?

Katherine Richardson tell the tale of the Galathea 3 expedition in 2006-2007 that set out to answer some of these questions.


Webcasts

Heering on biodiversity (2:36:00 h.)

(In Danish. May 2015.)

Heering in The Danish Parliament’s Environment Committee (Folketingets Miljøudvalg) on Biodiversity. Carsten Rahbek is one of the presenters in the expert panel.

Mediehuset København: COP21 - Klimadrama i Paris (38:12 min.)

(In Danish. November 2016.)

Katherine Richardson explains the scientific background for the Climate Agreement in Paris. 

(External link to Mediehuset København)

Natinal park TV: Owls in Denmark (28:00 min.)

(in Danish. December 2012.)

Associate Professor Kasper Thorup explains how the Great Horned Owl and the Little Owl is adapting to the Danish landscape in an interview for Nationalpark TV. 

TVfap: About Biodiversity (45:59 min.)

(In Danish. September 2012)

Fra en Anden Planet (from another planet) talks to Carsten Rahbek about biodiversity and the 6th period of mass extinction - today. 

Naturstyrelsen: Biodiversity in forests (5:56 min.)

(In Danish. January 2012)

CMEC postdoc Jacob Heilmann-Clausen explains the importance of dead wood for forest biodiversity. The video is part of series of information material produced by the Danish Nature Agency for a citizen meeting on biodiversity. 

:in100y – starting now: Challenges for life on Earth (9:30 min.)

(In English. November 2011)

Professor Carsten Rahbek maps the fundamental challenges for life on earth right now. The interview relates to the project 'In 100 years - starting now'. 


Field work

Cuckoos count cost of shortcut home, say scientists (1 min.)

(In English. July 2016)

Associate Professor Kasper Thorup show how scientists track cuckoos reported by BBC. 

Cuckoo decline tracked by satellite (2 min.)

(In English. June 2011)

Lector Kasper Thorup and PhD student Mikkel Willemoes Kristensen join BTO in fitting satellite trackers on cuckoos reported here by BBC.

Research in Ghana (7 min.)

(In Danish. February/March 2011)

CMEC's MSc student Mathilde Lerche reports from the field. Together with project leader Kasper Thorup, postdoc Anders Tøttrup and PhD student Mikkel Willemoes Kristensen she investigates the use of winterhabitat in european small birds. 

The project is in collaboration with DOF and  GWF

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Danish nature areas

(All videos are in Danish)

The movies show interesting nature areas in Sealand, Denmark. They are being presented by scientist from CMEC. All the videos are in Danish, produced as part of the project Vild Campus.

Forests

Biologist Jacob Heilmann-Clausen guides over dead wood and through wet bogs in Suserup forest.

Biologist Lars Iversen guides to the life in the trees in the forest areas of Dyrehaven.

Grasslands

Biologist Jonas Geldmann finds colourful waxcaps and teaches how to make a 'nature check' in the grassland of Odsherred Bjergene.

Associate Professor Hans Henrik Bruun guides to the natural grassland in Vesterlyng.

Meadows

Postdoc Mikkel Willemoes guides to the natural meadow area Tryggevælde Ådal.

PhD student Tora Finderup Nielsen guides to the natural meadow area around Gentofte lake.

Beach

Associate Professor Hans Henrik Bruun guides to the natural beach area Tisvilde Beach.