Novia UAS - Research Symposium
Welcome to participate in Novia UAS Research Symposium 23-24 November 2017 in Campus Raseborg!
Invited speakers from Estonia, the Netherlands and Finland, as well as Novia's own research teams will present results and future plans.
A poster session will also be arranged. The symposium is open to all interested in applied and basic research. The symposium takes place in lecture room C 198/199 in the basement at Raseborgsvägen 9. Please see program below
Thursday 23. November
12:00-12:30 Riina Klais: Detecting causality in observational data
12:30-12:50 Jonna Engström-Öst: Is stress a global phenomenon? Case studies from the Pacific, the Atlantic, and the Baltic
12:50-13:10 Olivier Glippa: Effect of salinity on the emergence and survival of calanoid copepods in the Baltic Sea
13:10-13:30 Anna-Karin Almén & Matias Scheinin: Macrophyte assemblages as bioindicators
13:30-13:50 Essi Parviainen: Possibilities of organic salmon production in the Baltic Sea region.
13:50-15:20 Coffee break and student poster session
15:20-15:40 Louise Lindroos: Tvärminne zooplankton study
15:40-16:00 Ane Timenes Laugen: Oysters on the move
16:00-16:20 Roosa Mikkola: What do flads and shallow bays have to offer?
16:20-18:00 Drinks & snacks
Friday 24. November
09:00-09:30 Wouter Vansteelant: From fledging to adulthood: how weather, geography and culture shape Honey Buzzard migration
09:30-10:00 Sanna Mäkeläinen: Space-use behaviour of European Honey Buzzards during breeding season
10:00-10:20 Patrik Byholm: Mortality factors in migratory birds: causes and consequences
10:20-10:50 Martin Beal: Nest-phase movement patterns among Caspian Terns of the Baltic Sea
11:10-11:40 Aleksi Lehikoinen: Impact of climate change and land use changes on bird populations in North Europe
11:40-12:00 Andreas Lindén: Climate change: a population ecologist's perspective
12:00-12:20 Patrik Karell: Why studies of owl colouration can help us understand adaptation to environmental change
12:20-12:40 Katja Koskenpato: Exploring latitudinal clines on a large geographical scale: google and tawny owl colour morphs
12:40-13:00 Kati Schenk: Habitat choice and fitness of tawny owl colour morphs
13:00-13:20 Ruslan Gunko: Associations between changes in forest structure and territory occupancy of two avian biodiversity indicator species
13:30 — Lunch