73a1d36d b112 449c a571 40a9239e7ef7 copyDr. Casper H.A. van Leeuwen

Aquatic Ecologist studying interactions of species with their biotic and abiotic environment in wetland ecosystems. I integratively study all trophic levels of wetland food webs, ranging from plants to zooplankton and fish to birds. My work contributes science-based knowledge with the aim to mitigate human impacts on natural systems.

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Contact information: 
Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 
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Latest news

  • June 2024 - new publication on dispersal of wetland plants by water and waterbirds
  • May 2024 - Successful PhD defense of Maria Jose Navarro on dispersal by waterbirds at Donana Biological Station
  • May 2024 - started new position as Assistant Professor at Radboud University in Nijmegen!
  • Jan 2024 - new publication on the value of creating wetland islands in modified lakes
  • Dec 2023 - presented on dispersal of plants by waterbirds on the Flora Festival!
  • Sept 2023 - New publications in Science of the Total Environment on restoration project Marker Wadden and in Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment on seed dispersal by greylag geese in Sweden
  • Aug 2023 - New publications on habitat restoration for fish in Movement Ecology and non-native species in Freshwater Biology
  • Jul 2023 - Our pikeperch reseach at Marker Wadden on Vroege Vogels Radio 1!
  • May 2023 - Our research on large-scale habitat restoration featuring in a Nature feature article
  • Mar 2023 - An item about our work on simulating avian digestion on Vroege Vogels Radio
  • Feb 2023 - New review published in Freshwater Biology (including cover image!) on dispersal by waterbirds
  • Jan 2023 - Our latest publication on simulating avian digestion in the news!
  • Dec 2022 - New publication in Ecography that provides mechnistic explanations for seed dispersal by waterbirds
  • Sept 2022 - Our publication became "Editors Choice" and our cover picture at Oikos this month!
  • June 2022 - New publication on unifying research on seed dispersal across plant-animal interactions
  • April 2022 - New publication on the effects on wind on shallow lake ecosystems