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11.02.2020 | Biochange

Ecological Niche Modelling 2020

Scott Jarvie recently contributed an online seminar for ENM 2020, a jointly-taught, open-access course designed to provide an introduction to the use of ecological niche modelling tools (also known as species distribution modelling, amongst other names) in the broader field of distribution ecology. The instructor team for the ENM 2020 course is…

Photos by Julia Mata

10.12.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

BES Annual Meeting, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Emilio Berti, Jakob Assmann, Julia Mata and Scott Jarvie attended the British Ecological Society (BES) Annual Meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland, from December 10–13. The BES Annual Meeting is Europe’s largest conference dedicated to ecology, which included a packed programme of diverse topics, workshops, Conference Dinner, and networking…

Photo by Dennis Pedersen

02.12.2019 | Biochange, BIOS RKS, Offentligheden / Pressen

“Restoring global forests and biodiversity” workshop

Forests are key components of the Earth system and they provide a large set of ecosystem services to humanity. Forests are also seen as part of the solution to anthropogenic global warming, with their capacity to be a carbon sink. In the context of United Nations agenda to restore an ecologically damaged planet, it is not thus surprising that…

Photos by Candice Power

24.11.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

19th International Winter School

Candice Power participated in the Wood Anatomy and Tree Ring Ecology course as part of The Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) 19th International Winter School from November 24-30th. The course took place in Klosters Dorf, Switzerland. The course, taught by Holger Gartner, Alan Crivellaro, and Fritz Schweingruber,…

Photos by Jonathan Von Oppen

11.11.2019 | Biochange, Offentligheden / Pressen, BIOS AAR

Bayesian course

14 students from Austria, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Scotland, and Sweden (including EcoInf & BioChange PhD students Elena Pearce, Oliver Baines, Houjuan Song and Jonathan von Oppen) attended a workshop on Bayesian Analysis in Ecology, held from 11 to 15 November 2019. The course, intended as a networking opportunity for young researchers, was…

Photo: Logo of Ecolo’tech congress

07.11.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

Ecolo’tech congress

Sophie Monsarrat gave a talk at the Ecolo’tech congress in Montpellier on 7th of November 2019. This congress is part of the “Ecology meeting”, a week of public events around the discipline of ecology, organized every year by the University of Montpellier. This year, researchers, stakeholders and members of the public were invited to debate on the…

Photo by Dennis Pedersen

25.10.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

Gymnasielærerdag

The yearly “Gymnasielærerdag” (High school teacher day) in Biology was held the 25th of October. Approximately 60 high school teachers teaching biology and biotechnology came to Bioscience to hear talks by Bioscience researchers about different topics.

22.10.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

Modelling workshop at Laboratoire Écologique Alpine (LECA)

From 22 to 25 October, PostDoc Nathalie Chardon, PhD student Jonathan von Oppen, and Professor Signe Normand attended a modelling workshop at Laboratoire Écologique Alpine (LECA), University of Grenoble-Alpes, and IRSTEA Grenoble, France. The goal of the workshop was to discuss the integrated biodiversity & ecosystem model FATE-HD (Boulangeat…

Photo by Henrik Balslev

14.10.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

Palm work in Corrientes, Argentina

For ten day over the fall break BSc student at ECOINF Charlotte Brown Petersen joined PhD student at IBONE, Corrientes, Argentina, Carolina Silva for fieldwork to study the palm Butia yatay which abounds in northern Argentina.

Photos by Julia Mata 
Photos by Julia Mata

01.10.2019 | Biochange, BIOS AAR, Offentligheden / Pressen

Capybara grazing lawns in a South American savanna

Julia Mata conducted the last of her fieldwork for her PhD this month in The Iberá Wetlands, Argentina. She collected data on the effects of herbivory on vegetation in long term exclosure plots. She measured structural and diversity shifts through biomass, height and species composition.

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