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Behaviour, Evolution, Ecology and Physiology Seminar Strasbourg. A weekly seminar on the topics of ethology and eco-physiology, always with a focus on evolution.
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Program overview of the Autumn 2019 BEEPSS

Program overview of the Autumn 2019 BEEPSS

19th September Dan Mennill, University of Windsor, Ontario
Biblio DEPE Vocal learning in wild birds: the dynamics of vocal learning in nature
26th September Maria Paniw, Barcelona
  Understanding how environmental-change drives population dynamics: the overlooked role of seasonality
3. October Jean-Yves Georges, IPHC-DEPE
   
10. October Simone Sommer, University of Ulm
  EcoHealth: How does environmental change affect wildlife and human health?
17. October Kathrin Theissinger
  Conservation Genetics in Freshwater Ecosystems
24. October School Holiday
31. October School Holiday
7. November DEPE PhD symosium
   
21. November Stephanie Doucet, University of Windsor, Ontario
   
28. November BEEPS Pluridisciplinaire: Fabrice Bertile, IPHC-DSA
  Mechanisms of muscle maintenance in hibernating brown bears
5. December Norbert Sachser, University of Münster
  Behavioural profiles are shaped by social experience: when, how and why
12. December Emmanuel Cohen, IPHC-DEPE
  Health ecology of African migrants in the context of urban transition
19. December Clotilde Biard, Sorbonne Université
  Consequences of urban life on reproductive success in birds: physiological stress as a proximate mechanism?
  • Thursday 26 September 13:00-14:30
    Understanding how environmental-change drives population dynamics: the overlooked role of seasonality
    Maria Paniw, Ecological & Forestry Applications Research Centre, Spain
    Place: Amphithéâtre M. Grünewald - Bâtiment 25
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Overview of the next BEEPSS Seminars

Thursday 3 October 13:00-14:30 Jean-Yves Georges, IPHC-DEPE
Socio-ecological assessment of the reintroduction of the European pond turtle in Alsace, NE France
Thursday 10 October 13:00-14:30 Simone Sommer, University of Ulm, Germany
EcoHealth: How does environmental change affect wildlife and human health?
Thursday 17 October 13:00-14:30 Kathrin Theissinger, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Conservation Genetics in Freshwater Ecosystems
Thursday 21 November 13:00-14:30 Stéphanie Doucet, University of Windsor, Ontario
It's not easy being yellow: mechanisms and function of rapid colour change in a toad
Thursday 28 November 13:00-14:30 Fabrice Bertile, IPHC-DSA
Mechanisms of muscle maintenance in hibernating brown bears
Thursday 5 December 13:00-14:30 Norbert Sachser, University of Münster, Germany
Behavioural profiles are shaped by social experience: when, how and why
Thursday 12 December 13:00-14:30 Emmanuel Cohen, IPHC DEPE
Health ecology of African migrants in the context of urban transition
Thursday 19 December 13:00-14:30 Clotilde Biard, IEES-Paris
Consequences of urban life on reproductive success in birds: physiological stress as a proximate mechanism?