Philip Ericsson

Philip Ericsson
University of Southampton · Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Master of Science

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Introduction
I am interested in understanding how anthropogenically modified environments alter fish behavior and physiology and how these alterations then affect population level characteristics, and using this knowledge in turn to develop better conservation and human-impact mitigation strategies.

Publications

Publications (3)
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This study examines the impact of boldness on foraging competition of the highly invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus Pallas 1815. Individual risk tolerance, or boldness, was measured as the time to resume movement after a simulated predation strike. Fish that resumed movement faster were categorized as “bold”, fish that took more time to res...
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Differences between individuals in behavioral type (i.e. animal personality) are ecologically and evolutionarily important because they can have significant effects on fitness components such as growth and predation risk. In the present study we ere used the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) from an established population in controlled e...

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Project
RIBES (River flow regulation, fish BEhaviour and Status) European Training Network (ETN) will train 15 ESRs in the interdisciplinary field of Ecohydraulics to find innovative solutions for freshwater fish protection and river continuity restoration in anthropogenically altered rivers. More information: www.msca-ribes.eu