Lecture series in Aquatic Ecology und Evolution

Wöchentliche Seminar Serie an der Eawag, Kastanienbaum, Mittwochs um 14h.

Die Seminare können auch über Zoom gesehen werden. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns, wenn Sie ein Seminar über Zoom sehen möchten (marcel.haesler@iee.unibe.ch).

date who  (host)
Prof. Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan  (Ole Seehausen)
University of Cape Town, South-Africa
Unravelling the Biology of Extinct Animals
no seminar no seminar
Dr. Catalina Chaparro Pedraza  (Ole Seehausen)
Eawag Fish Ecology & Evolution and SIAM
Tipping points and regime shifts: evolutionary ecology of ecosystems under stress
Dr. Mary Kishe  (Ole Seehausen)
Tanzanian Fisheries Research Institute, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Anthropogenic, Environmental and Climatic Stressors in Lake Victoria and their Consequences on the Biodiversity
Dr. Anna Mahulu  (Ole Seehausen)
Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen, Germany
Biogeographical and evolutionary dynamics of freshwater gastropod biodiversity in Africa
Kassandra Ford  (Ole Seehausen)
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Convergent evolution of craniofacial morphologies in apteronotid and mormyrid electric fishes
Dr. Nicola Smith  (Ole Seehausen)
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada
Conceptual and applied approaches to marine invasions: Indo-Pacific lionfish as a model system
Dr. Celina Baines  (Hanna ten Brink)
Mc Gill University, Canada
The effects of phenotype-by-environment interactions on dispersal behaviour
 04.11.2020 @17.15h Elizabeth Maruma Mrema  (Ole Seehausen)
Executive Secretary to the Convention on Biological Diversity
The present state of biodiversity and the way forward
Prof. Collette St. Mary  (Hanna ten Brink)
University of Florida, USA
Integrative biology: expert in some, fluent in others
Dr. Reeta Sharma  (Philine Feulner)
Wildlife Institute of India, Chandrabani, Dehradun, India
Conservation of Asian elephants in the Anthropocene: Why genetic/genomic data is important
Alexus Roberts  (Ole Seehausen)
University of California, Davis, USA
The effects of morphological innovations on the diversification of fish feeding mechanisms
Prof. Tshifhiwa Mandiwana-Neudani  (Nare Ngoepe)
University of Limpopo, South Africa
Using multiple evidence base approach matters in systematics: a case of ‘Francolins’ (Galliformes, ‘Francolinus’)
Prof. Swanne Gordon  (Blake Matthews)
Washington University in St. Louis, USA
The Role of Behaviour on Eco-Evo and Predator-Prey Interactions
Sheela Turbek  (Anna Feller)
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Rapid speciation via the evolution of pre-mating isolation in birds