12th December: Jakub Truszkowski, BioEnv, UGOT. 'Seeing the forest through dead trees: towards automated identification of timber origin
21st November. Tobias Rütting, Department of Earth Sciences, UGOT 'Skogaryd Research Catchment – a landscape laboratory'
14th November: Matt Pinder, Department of Marine Science, UGOT. 'Reproducible analysis of eDNA for national biodiversity monitoring programs’
7th November. Franciso Prosdocimi, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. 'Environmentalism, genomics and science outreach’
31 October: Rhys Lemoine, Svenning lab at Aarhus University, Determining the ability of certain morphological and behavioural traits to predict the likelihood of extinction in past and present megafauna.
24 oktober: Rebecka Relfson, BioEnv, UGOT, Temporal use of elephant highways among predator and prey species.
October 3rd: Vera Ruijs, BioEnv, UGOT, Reshaping elephant pathways to prevent human-elephant conflict in Botswana.
September 26th: Andrea Belgrano, Swedish Institute for Marine Research, Mapping Ecosystem Services to MPAs: a transdisciplinary perspective
September 5: Søren Faurby, BioEnv, UGOT, Educational materials for learning Western Sweden's 500 common and cool animals.
August 22: Harith Farooq, BioEnv, UGOT, The taxonomical and geographical biases of biological research in Mozambique: The way forward
June 27: Oskar Abrahamsson, Dept. of Economy and Society, UGOT, Walking with non-humans: Exploring meaningful encounters during excursions to recreational landscapes
June 20: Raphaela Infanger, BioEnv, UGOT, Human impact on Fennoscandia’s vegetation throughout the Holocene. - A comparison of the main change points of different vegetation types and modelled human population fluctuations.
June 13: Francine Almeida, BioEnv, UGOT, Linking climate stability with genomic diversity in Euterpe edulis (palm tree)
May 30: Harith Farooq, BioEnv, UGOT, Extinct or Shy: A quest to find two of the least known skinks in East Africa
May 23: Robert Björk, Dept. of Earth Sciences, UGOT, Drivers of Arctic biodiversity and implications for ecosystem processes
May 16: Cinthya Lana, Department of Historical Studies, UGOT, Digital Repatriation in the Global South: a model for open access to museum collections empowering indigenous communities in the Brazilian Amazon
May 9: Mikael Olsson, BioEnv, UGOT, VIRTUE - Explore aquatic biodiversity through accumulation of organisms on CD-shaped discs using extensive web support. www.virtue.gmbl.se
May 2: Bengt Oxelman, BioEnv, UGOT, Species delimitation: Philosophical and practical considerations
Apr 25: Eskil Mattsson, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, A conceptual landscape-level approach to assess the impacts of forestry on biodiversity
Apr 11: Allison Perrigo, National vs IUCN Red Lists, similarities, differences and implications for conservation
Mar 28: Simon Schowanek, formerly BioEnv, UGOT, Rewilding: the rocky road from theory to practice
Mar 7: Julia Osterman, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and soon BioEnv, The ecology of crop pollination and its integration into farm management to ensure sustainable and stable crop yield
Feb 28: Tobias Andermann, BioEnv, UGOT, Biodiversity and speciation
Feb 14: William Tejler, BioEnv, Seasonal and decadal changes and fluctuations in the diet of African forest elephants.
Jan 31: Kate Evans, Elephants for Africa: The Push-me Pull- me of Botwana’s elephants; what is driving range expansion.
Jan 24: Geerte Fälthammar de Jong, Monitoring changes in Arctic vegetation phenology using 3 methods
Jan 17: James Hagan, Building a global database of length-mass equations for freshwater macroinvertebrates and zooplankton to make estimating community and species-specific biomass distributions easier and more accessible.