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Minisymposium: Tracking individuals to understand movement ecology

Symposium

Location:  Blue Hall
Time:   Thursday, October 18th, 13.15-17:00h

 

13.15-14.15h: Thursday seminar: Getting by with a little help from our friends: Animal collaborators in the tracking of small animals - David Winkler, Cornell University

14.15-14.45h: Coffee

14.45-15.15h: Partial migration: A radio telemetry study on the Common blackbird - Jesko Partecke, Max-Planck Institute for Ornithology, Radolfzell

15.15-15.45h: The flight of the bumblebee: Exploring the link between movement ecology and vision in pollinators - Emily Baird, Stockholm University

15.45-16.00h: break

16.00-16.30h: The longest (landbird) migration - Kasper Thorup, Copenhagen University.

16.30-17.00h: Title: Evolutionary constraints on long-distance migration - Mikkel Willemoes, Lund University

 

Very Welcome!

Susanne Åkesson, CAnMove

Time: 
18 October 2018 13:15 to 17:00
Location: 
Blue Hall

About the event

Time: 
18 October 2018 13:15 to 17:00
Location: 
Blue Hall

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