Novia Research Seminar: Pawel Mirski

Event Systemic Transformation to Build Resilience Bachelor of Natural Resources, Sustainable Coastal Management
Campus Raseborg 2 bella5

Novia Research Seminar continues this spring, on-site at the Raasepori Campus (Nätverkslabbet B159) and online (link below).

On 9th March, Pawel Mirski, from University of Bialystok, will give a talk titled "Raptor space-use in farmland points to biodiversity hotspots".

The seminar series is open to anyone, including students, staff, and colleagues interested in research and applied science. The seminars start at 3pm, unless otherwise stated.

Upcoming seminars:

  • 23rd March: Joshua Finch (Novia UAS): Successional agroforestry to bioremediate degraded soil: Lill-Nägels agroforestry project
  • 13th April: Jinzhu Su (Novia UAS and Fujian Normal University): Effects of residual glyphosate on cyanobacteria growth and toxin production in water environment
  • 27th April: Julia Gómez-Catasús (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid): Impact of predator control on the Baltic Sea Caspian tern population

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For more information, please contact

Novia UAS, Jonna Engström-Öst,