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PhD Miha Krofel

PhD Miha Krofel
no.: 29816 source: ARRS

researcher – active in research organisation
Foreign language skills
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
4.01.01  Biotechnical sciences  Forestry, wood and paper technology  Forest - forestry 

Code Science Field
B280  Biomedical sciences  Animal ecology 
Keywords
large canirovores, animal ecology, wildlife management, interspecific interactions, lynx, bear, wolf, felids
Bibliography Representative | Personal| COBISS+
source: COBISS
source: SICRIS
Points
1,005.06
A''
61.52
A'
363.57
A1/2
685.05
CI10
2,708
CImax
1,021
h10
23
A1
3.42
A3
1.49
Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on February 2, 2023; A3 for period 2016-2020 (update for tender in 2021: YES)
Data for ARRS tenders ( 23.05.2022 – Target research programmes, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 82  2,710  2,427  29.6 
Scopus 86  3,019  2,703  31.43 
Audiovisual sources
no. Title (with video link) Event Source
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3. Living with wolves  TEDx Ljubljana  Video clip selected by researcher/colleague 
Dissertations and Theses Show
Obtaining results now
source: COBISS
Employments
source: ARRS
Type of employment Research org. Research group
Full time employment (100%, RD:100%)  University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty  Forestry and Renewable Resources 
Research projects Legend
source: ARRS
no. Code Title Period Head
1. N1-0163  Insight into inter- and intra-specific interactions among wild cat species in Europe and Africa   12/1/2020 - 11/30/2023  PhD Miha Krofel  874 
2. J4-7362  Development of a multi-method approach to study wildlife behavior: investigating human-bear conflicts in contrasting landscapes of Europe   1/1/2016 - 12/31/2018  PhD Klemen Jerina  3,199 
3. V4-1432  Grazing damage on agricultural grasslands caused by large wild herbivores   7/1/2014 - 10/31/2016  PhD Klemen Jerina  3,177 
4. V4-1437  Characteristics, problematic and management of populations of (Hooded) Crows in urban environment   7/1/2014 - 6/30/2016  PhD Boštjan Pokorny  5,935 
5. V4-1146  Optimisation of indicators for monitoring of population status of game species and their habitats within adaptive management   10/1/2011 - 9/30/2013  PhD Klemen Jerina  1,988 
6. V1-1089  Neobiota Slovenije: Invazivne tujerodne vrste v Sloveniji ter vpliv na ohranjanje biotske raznovrstnosti in trajnostno rabo virov (Slovene)   10/1/2010 - 9/30/2012  PhD Jernej Jogan  10,418 
7. V4-0498  Divji prašič in škode v agrarni krajini: opredelitev populacijskih in habitatnih vplivnih dejavnikov, določitev vpliva talnih lastnosti (Slovene)   9/1/2008 - 8/31/2010  PhD Boštjan Pokorny  2,947 
8. V4-0497  Prostorsko-populacijska dinamika prostoživečih živali v slovenskih gozdovih kot posledica klimatskih sprememb (Slovene)   9/1/2008 - 8/31/2010  PhD Ivan Kos  4,111 
9. V4-0495  Prostorska razširjenost, vitalnost in populacijska dinamika prostoživečih vrst parkljarjev v Sloveniji: preučevanje vplivov okoljskih i (Slovene)   1/1/2008 - 8/31/2010  PhD Klemen Jerina  2,523 
ARRS research and infrastructure programmes Legend
source: ARRS
no. Code Title Period Head
1. P4-0059  Forest, forestry and renawable forest resources   1/1/2020 - 12/31/2025  PhD Andrej Ficko  6,467 
2. P4-0059  Forest, forestry and renawable forest resources   1/1/2015 - 12/31/2019  PhD Jurij Diaci  6,911 
3. P4-0059  Forest, forestry and renawable forest resources   1/1/2009 - 12/31/2014  PhD Jurij Diaci  6,254 
Biography
I’m a wildlife researcher working mainly on large carnivore ecology, management and conservation in Eurasia and Africa. I'm employed as a researcher and assistant professor at University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). I'm also working as a visiting researcher at Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (Germany) and external collaborator at CIBIO/InBio (Portugal) and University of Primorska (Slovenia). I have dedicated most of my studies to Eurasian lynx, brown bear, grey wolf, leopard and jackals, and to a lesser degree to cheetah, snow leopard, clouded leopard, tiger, red deer, chamois, raven, raptors, lizards, and various scavengers.
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