Just a few weeks ago, Murat Ersalman embarked on an exciting 4-month internship funded by HiLIFE. During this internship, he will be working alongside the Environmental and Ecological Statistics Group at the University of Helsinki and the Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke). Together, we aim to develop mathematical and statistical models that can predict future population sizes of Baltic ringed seals, and if things go well, perhaps grey seals too. We are particularly interested in the effects of hunting, fishing and climate change.
The whole introduction of Murat's HiLife project can be found from the link below.