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Dr Robert Jehle
Dr Robert Jehle
postal addressRoom 306 Peel Building, University of Salford, The Crescent, Greater Manchester, M5 4WT.
email addressR.Jehle@salford.ac.uk
telephone0161 2952146
website addresshttp://www.els.salford.ac.uk/staff/profile.php?staffid=111
Key Memberships
Full Member of Research Centre: Ecosystems and Environment Research Centre
From September 2015 to present.
Full Member of Research Centre: Environmental Systems & Wildlife Research
From October 2009 to September 2011.
Profile Summary

I am a population biologist with an unexplainable fondness for amphibians, ponds, and rainforests. I obtained a Ph.D. degree from the University of Vienna (Austria) in 2000 and had temporary posts at the Universities of Sheffield (UK) and Bielefeld (Germany) before becoming a faculty member of the University of Salford (UK) in 2008. A main research focus revolves around the documentation of spatial and temporal population processes using field-based approaches, neutral genetic makers, or both. Another line of research uses DNA parentage testing to infer mating systems and correlates of reproductive success. I have been involved in research on amphibians from all three orders, covering wild populations from Europe, Africa, South America, and Asia.

Key Qualifications
2000
Key Projects
2016
Nov
iCase with Operation Wallacea
Operation Wallacea, £27,875.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2016
Nov
Lemur frog collaborative research project
Nordens Ark Foundation, £5,100.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2015
Nov
2015
Jan
Ecological value of SuDS
Scottish Natural Heritage, £6,000.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2013
Nov
Genotyping of Atlantic eels
University of Salzburg, £1,000.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2013
Mar
Great Crested Newts and their use of the Farmed Landscape in England
Natural England, £36,000.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2013
Feb
Additional Funds - Nativeness of Great Crested Newt in Highland Scotland
Scottish Natural Heritage, £800.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2012
Jul
Genetic monitoring of the Costa Rican lemur leaf frog
Nordens Ark Foundation, £8,000.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2012
Jul
DNA fingerprinting in Atlantic eels
University of Salzburg, £1,000.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
2011
Nov
Nativeness of Great Crested Newt in Highland Scotland
Scottish Natural Heritage, £6,000.00.
Principal Investigator: R Jehle (100%).
Key Publications
Authored Books
Refereed Journal Articles
Other Journal Articles
Guest Editorials in Journals
Guest Editorships of Journals
Papers in Published Conference Proceedings
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2016
Aug
Symposium organiser (with Dr. E. MUTHS, U. S. Geological Survey), ¿Publishing herpetological journal articles in a globalised world¿
2016
Aug
Symposium organiser (with Dr. E. MUTHS, U. S. Geological Survey), ¿Publishing herpetological journal articles in a globalised world¿
2014
Feb
2008
Sep
2008
Aug
2008
Aug
1998
Sep
External Examiner Duties
2015
Jan

MSc

2015
Jan
2014
Mar

MPhil

2013
Nov

PhD

2012
Oct

PhD

2012
Jun

PhD

2012
May

PhD

2012
Apr

MRes

2010
Jun

MSc by Research

2010
Apr

PhD

2009
Sep

MRes

2009
May

MPhil

Journal Editorship
2012
Jun
2009
Jan
2009
Jan
2007
Jan
2007
Jan
2005
Jan
Memberships of External Bodies
2009
Jan
2008
Jan