Chair of Ecology

Ecology is the science about interactions, which define distributions of organisms, their abundances, and why they are found there. Ecologists study interactions between organisms and their environment on many different scales: from a single organism to the complex interactions within diverse communities; from a microhabitat of a rock crevice to the bioms of the Earth. Answers on  mentioned questions where?, how many?, why? are important for the understanding of current, elucidations of past and predictions of future ecological processes.

What does ecology has to do with each one of us?

Numerous fields within ecology (e.g. population, landscape, functional, theoretical ecology) and its interdisciplinary (with e.g. biogeography, evolution, genetics) help us to understand and improve our environment, as well as to protect natural resources and manage them in a sustainable way.

Therefore, it comes as no surprise that at our Faculty three study programs with »ecology« in their names are available.  

Our research topics are also subjects of student works.  



Head of the Chair of Ecology
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nina Sajna

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