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M. (Marianthi) Tangili

PhD student

Bachelor of Arts (BA) 2012-2016


Lawrence University, Appleton, WI, USA

Bachelor's Thesis: “A study of the biotic and abiotic factors’ effects on the damage of the threatened thistle Cirsium pitcheri by the exotic weevil Larinus planus

Master's of Science (MSc) 2017-2020

Ecology and Evolution

University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands

First Master Project: “Mapping tree basal area in the Serengeti National Park using C-band synthetic aperture radar (C-SAR1) imagery”

Second Master Project: “Cracking the code using DNA barcoding; What do adult pied flycatchers eat?”

Master's Essay: “The influence of social organization during avian migration on the undertaking of detours”

Master's Colloquium: “What can Artificial Life simulations tell us about evolution?”

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