Bram D'hondt
  • Herman Teirlinckgebouw, Havenlaan 88 bus 73

    1000 Brussel



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Bram D'hondt is an ecologist of the Wildlife Management and Invasive Species team. He works at the interface of invasive species research, policy and management. Brams main research interests are the risk assessment, ecology and surveillance (including citizen science) of invasive plants and animals, with the ultimate goal of informed and effective species control. To this end, he likes to work closely with other knowledge institutions, as well as field managers.

Bram holds a Ph.D. in plant ecology from Ghent University. He previously worked as the policy advisor on invasive species at the government of Flanders.

Thematic List 2020

  • Invasive species
  • Protected nature

Thematic List

  • Invasive species (management)
  • Prevention
  • Invasive species (nature management)
  • Invasive species (fauna management)
  • Invasive species (damage management)
  • Flora
  • Regular management

Disciplinecode List

  • Invasion biology
  • Terrestrial ecology
  • Invasion biology
  • Plant ecology
  • Conservation and biodiversity
  • Environmental impact and risk assessment
  • Landscape ecology
  • Wildlife and habitat management


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