Programme: OIKOS Annual Meeting 2014
Keynote 1: ca 11.15- 12.15
Nathan Sanders: Using manipulative experiments and macroecological models to understand biodiversity in a changing world
13.30. Session 1, Chair: Bodil Ehlers
1. Panagiotis Sapountzis: Phylogenetic distribution, stability and function of attine ant gut microbiota
2. Saria Otani: Identifying the core microbial community in the gut of fungus-growing termites
3. Søren Faurby: Estimated loss in species, phylogenetic and functional diversity in mammals as a consequence of the Late Pleistocene and Holocene range collapses and extinctions
Break 10 min.
4. Thure Pavlo Hauser: A pathogen and an insect herbivore on a wild crucifer – what happens?
5. Gösta Nachman: Modelling Stable Flie populations with the aim to develop a control strategy
15.30 – 16: Coffee
16.00 Session 2: Flash Talks, Chair: Per Moestrup Jensen
1. Alba Rey de la Iglesia: Using genomics to resolve phylogenies within medically important Rhipicephalus ticks
2. David Nash: How do Maculinea butterflies maintain genetic diversity?
3. George Pacheco: Insights into the feral pigeon global community gained from population genomics
4. Ruth Fernandez: Exploring white-beaked and white-sided dolphin population structure through RAD-Seq
5. Tove Jørgensen: Plants, pathogens and diversity
6. Irene Lykke: The influence of ecological determinants on Erica tetralix in Danish wet heathlands
7: Tora Finderup Nielsen: Hybridization or not in herbaceous Salix species?
8. Søren Christensen: The greenhouse gas N2O; from the soil aggregate to the landscape
9. Ziyu Ma: Was adapting to cold climate a new fashion in evolution for North American forest trees?
10: Marie Dam: Climate change alters food web structure in a heathland soil
ca. 18. Dinner
After the dinner
19.30 Keynote 2.
Rasmus Ejrnæs: What on Earth is Ecospace?
Informal get-together - Beer, wine, music etc
9.30 -10.30 Keynote 3. Ayco Tack: Spatial ecology of herbivore and pathogen communities
10.45 Session 3, Chair: Thure Hauser
1. Hans Henrik Bruun: Climate-driven insect community change – it's driven by diet specialist
2. Swantje Enge: Invasion of a well-defended red alga by refuge-mediated competition
3. Bodil K. Ehlers: Importance of neighbor identity and intraspecific genetic variation for species co-existence
13.15: Session 4. Chair Hans Henrik Bruun
4. Lars Båstrup-Spohr: Charophytes of the Nordic Countries - Distribution and biodiversity of overlooked but important macroalgae
5. General assembly, OIKOS board election