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Open seminar and final meeting of SalmoInvade

News: Feb 28, 2017

The open seminar is a part of the final meeting of the BiodivERsA-project SalmoInvade. The SalmoInvade project includes both biological and human dimension research which will be presented and discussed at the seminar with the final aim to develop integrated policy recommendations for management of invasive salmonids in Europe.

Programme
0915-0945  Coffee

0945-1000 
Welcome and introduction to SalmoInvade, Jörgen Johnsson

1000-1010 
An introduction to the ecological impacts of invasive freshwater fishes, Julien Cucherousset

1010-1025 
Investigating the ecological impacts of salmonid invasions: a meta-analytic approach at the global scale, Mathieu Buoro

1025-1045

Performances and ecological consequences of growth-hormone treated Atlantic salmon Julien Cucherousset & Line Sundt-Hansen

1045-1105
Ecological and evolutionary interactions between farmed and wild Atlantic salmon, Kjetil Hindar

1105-1120
Competitive interactions between native and non-native Salmonids, Line Sundt-Hansen

1120-1135

Co-existence with non-native brook trout disrupts the pace-of-life syndrome in native brown trout, Libor Závorka

1135-1150

The role of angling in affecting invasion success of salmonids, Barbara Koeck

1150-1210
Evolutionary ecological insights from the introduction of brown trout to Newfoundland, Ian Fleming

1210-1230
Discussion biological research, All participants

1230-1330 Lunch

1330-1430
Keynote presentation: Population Invasion, Evolution, and Recovery: Commonalities and Potential Insights, Jeff Hutchings

1430-1450
The social dimension of fish stocking – an overview, Robert Arlinghaus

1450-1510

Governance of salmonid stocking and introductions – a North Atlantic five-jurisdiction comparison, Oystein Aas

1510-1530 Coffee

1530-1550

Public understanding of aquatic biodiversity in the context of conservation of salmonids, Sophia Kochalski

1550-1610 
Managing rivers for a good ecological status generates economic benefits and indirectly conserves salmonid biodiversity: a choice experiment in four European countries, Carsten Riepe

1610-1630
Psychological and psycho-contextual determinants of the behavioral intention to alter fish stocking practices in angling clubs in Germany and France: are clubs that preferentially stock non-native salmonids different? Carsten Riepe

1630-1700

Discussion human dimension research, All participants

1700-1730
Concluding discussion, All participants

 

BY: Susan Gotensparre

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