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Bart Adriaenssens

  • PhD
  • NERC research associate
  • University of Glasgow Institute of Biodiversity Animal Health and Comparative Medicine
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About

I am a biologist interested in the interaction between environment, phenotype and fitness in animals. My current research focuses on the following questions: What maintains individual variation in physiology, behaviour and life-history traits in nature? What causes some of these traits to be stable and others variable? How does this affect fitness in a changing world? Read more about my research here: https://sites.google.com/site/bartadr/home

Co-authors (19)

  • jon svendsen
  • Henrik Baktoft
  • Rasmus Kaspersson

Publications (5)

  • Individual variation in the compromise between social group membership and exposure to preferred temperatures

    • Cooper B
    • Adriaenssens B
    • Killen S
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  • Bold perch live life in the fast lane

    • Adriaenssens B
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  • Context dependency of trait repeatability and its relevance for management and conservation of fish populations

    • Killen S
    • Adriaenssens B
    • Marras S
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  • Telomere length covaries with personality in wild brown trout

    • Adriaenssens B
    • Pauliny A
    • Blomqvist D
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  • Generalist–specialist trade-off during thermal acclimation

    • Seebacher F
    • Ducret V
    • Little A
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Professional experience

NERC research associate

Glasgow University

October 2013 - Present