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Minisymposium: Seabird Movement Ecology

Symposium
In the Honor of the PhD Thesis defense by Tom Evans (7 April 2017) we organize a minisymposium on Seabird Movement Ecology, covering widely the topics of Tom’s work. The Opponent Professor Stefan Garthe, Research and Technology Centre, University of Kiel is giving the initial lecture followed by talks covering the adaptations to flight, foraging strategies, marine area use and reproductive by different species of seabirds. Several of the talks cover the Seabird community in the Baltic Sea.

CAnMove Minisymposium on "Seabird Movement Ecology"

 

Programme

 

13:00-13.50: Stefan Garthe, Kiel University: Exploring the foraging behaviour of piscivorous and omnivorous seabirds: how food availability and habitat use influence their movement patterns

13:50-14:20: Jannie Linnebjerg, Nuuk: Use of marine resources at the breeding grounds by Long-tailed Skuas

14:20-14:50: Olof Olsson, Stockholm Resilience Centre: Fish and seabird spatial distribution and abundance at the largest seabird colony in the Baltic Sea

14:50-15:15: BREAK

15:15-15:45: Natalie Isaksson, CAnMove, Lund University: Razorbill (Alca torda) foraging behavior during breeding on a large colony in the Baltic Sea

15:45-16.15: Patrik Byholm, Novia University of Applied Sciences, Ekenäs, Finland: Movement ecology and reproductive performance of Finnish Caspian terns

16:15-16:45: Kozue Shiomi, National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo: Foraging strategies of Caspian terns breeding in a coastal area of Sweden

16:45-17.15: Anders Hedenström, CAnMove, Lund University: Ecology of tern flight in relation to wind, topography and aerodynamic theory

 

Very Welcome!

Susanne Åkesson

Time: 
06/04/2017 - 13:00 to 17:00
Location: 
Red Room, Ecology house, Lund University

About the event

Time: 
06/04/2017 - 13:00 to 17:00
Location: 
Red Room, Ecology house, Lund University

Centre for Animal Movement Research
Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Biology
Ecology building S-223 62 Lund Sweden