Lecture series in Aquatic Ecology und Evolution

Weekly seminar series at Eawag, Kastanienbaum, on Wednesdays at 14h

All seminars will be virtual and broadcasted using zoom. Please contact us if you are interested in listening to one of our seminars (marcel.haesler@unibe.ch).

 date who  (host)
title
21.09.2022
Laban Musinguzi   (Ole Seehausen)
National Fisheries Research institute of Uganda
From the lab to the World: Unlocking Uganda’s freshwater biodiversity data for conservation decision making
28.09.2022 Dr. Emily Choy   (Ole Seehausen)
McGill University, Montréal, Canada
Upper trophic predators as sentinels of environmental change in Arctic marine ecosystems
05.10.2022 tba
tba
12.10.2022
Sandra Klemet-N'Guessan   (Ole Seehausen)
Trent University, Peterborough, Canada
Silver, brown or green in your tea affects your pee: testing the effects of spatial and seasonal environmental changes on nutrient and contaminant excretion in aquatic animals
19.10.2022
Nancy Iraba
WIOMSA, The Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, Tanzania
The role of citizen science in coral reef restoration
26.10.2022
Dr. Imane Agmour   (Carlos Melian)
U Hassan II, Casablanca, Morocco
tba
02.11.2022
Dr. Sydney Moyo   (Lily Twining)
Rhodes College, Grahamstown, South Africa
tba
09.11.2022
Victor de Brito   (Barbara Calegari)
Western Michigan University, USA
How the transition from the marine habitat to fresh waters can affect the evolution in fish, and what the role of species interaction in this process is.
16.11.2022
Dr Carlos Daniel Cadena   (Catalina Chaparro)
Universitat de los Andes, Colombia
tba
23.11.2022 Dr. Irene Gregory-Eaves   (Leighton King)
McGill University, Montréal, Canada
tba
30.11.2022
Dr.Israel Borokini   (Anna Mahulu)
University of California, USA
Combining niche models with genetic markers to understand barriers to gene flow among populations of a desert plant species.
07.12.2022
tba tba
14.12.2022
Dr. Pavani Misra   (Blake Matthews)
Department Fish Ecology & Evolution, Eawag, Kastanienbaum
tba
21.12.2022 tba tba