Each workshop day comprehends four lectures (two in the morning, two in the afternoon), each one followed by ample time for discussion.
Lectures will be delivered as about 45 minutes presentations, followed by discussion.
Monday, 9 November
Arrival and accomodation
Tuesday, 10 November
09.00 - Opening Ceremony
09.30 - Carl Beierkuhnlein (University of Bayreuth, Germany): Biogeography in the era of big data
11.30 - Viktor Brovkin (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany): Large-scale interactions between climate and vegetation
14.30 - Hans Cornelissen (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands): Climate change and temperate forest
16.30 - Walter Arnold (University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria): Adaptation of mammals to changing temperature
Wednesday, 11 November
09.00 - Stan Boutin (University of Alberta, Canada): Climate changes and mammals: evolutionary versus plastic responses
11.00 - Goran Ericsson (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umea, Sweden): Climate effects on large mammal populations in Northern Europe
Lunch, with poster session.
14.00 - Brian Huntley (Durham University, United Kingdom): Modelling the spatio-temporal dynamics of southern African bird species’ responses to environmental change
16.00 - Nicola Saino (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy): Phenology of migratory birds and genetic variation at Clock
Thursday, 12 November
Friday, 13 November
09.00 - Raimundo Real Giménez (Departamento de Biología Animal, University of Malaga, Spain) : Including species interactions and adaptation when modelling biogeographical responses to climate change
11.00 - Yukihiko Toquenaga, Miyuki Mashiko, Luis Carrasco (School of Life and Environmental Science, Tsukuba Ibaraki, Japan): Impact of climate change on waterbirds populations
14.00 - Jacob Höglund (University of Uppsala, Sweden): What can genomics/genetics contribute understanding the effects of climate change?
16.00 - Round table: Where do we go from here: biodiversity conservation in face of global change