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Symposium in Applied Biology

1 June 2007 Linköping University Sweden

Master programme in Applied Biology.

Linköping University in collaboration with Kolmården Zoo.

  • Oral presentations in lecture hall Planck, Physics building.
  • Poster session at Entrance hall, Physics building.

Oral presentations are also broadcasted live by

Time
Title
Student
Supervisors
8.15-8.25
Introduction
 
Uno Wennergren
8.25-8.45
Monitoring of butterflies within a landscape context
Dennis Jonason
Dr Karl-Olof Bergman
Professor Per Milberg,
IFM Biology, Linköping University
8.45-9.05
Bumblebee distribution in space and time in three landscapes in southeastern Sweden
Joakim Sandell
Dr Karl-Olof Bergman
Professor Per Milberg,
IFM Biology, Linköping University
9.05-9.25
What do dolphins want?
ELVIS-a new way of finding out
Hanna Olsén
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
9.25-9.45
Are seals willing to pay for artificial kelp?
Jenny Ruotimaa
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
9.45-10.25
              Coffe – poster session
 
 
10.25-10.45
The effect of enrichment on the behaviour of fattening pigs with different personality traits
Marie Andersson
Prof. Per Jensen,
IFM Biology, Linköping University
10.45-11.05
Vulnerability of moose and roe deer to wolf predation in Scandinavia
- does habitat matter?
Lisette Fritzon
Dr. Håkan Sand
PhD student Camilla Wikenros
Grimsö Wildlife Research Station
Professor Mats Amundin, Kolmården Zoological Park,
11.05-11.25
Can Cape fur seals detect fish rich in oil with their sense of smell?
Madeleine Svelander
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
11.25-11.45
Monitoring of butterflies in
semi-natural grasslands – phenology, daily variation and weather effects
Linnea Wikström
Dr Karl-Olof Bergman
Professor Per Milberg,
IFM Biology, Linköping University
11.45-12.05
Great crested newt as a diversity indicator species and evaluation of sampling methods
Martin Planthaber
Dr Karl-Olof Bergman
Professor Per Milberg,
IFM Biology, Linköping University
 
                  Lunch – poster session
13.15-13.35
Size matters!
…at least for epiphytic lichens
Victor Johansson
Dr Karl-Olof Bergman
Professor Per Milberg,
IFM Biology, Linköping University
13.35-13.55
A method to evaluate enrichments for Asian elephants in zoos
Mary Holmgren             
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
13.55-14.15
The secure base effect in human – dog (Canis familiaris) relationship
Sofie Sernekvist
Dr. Ádám Miklósi
Dr. Márta Gácsi
Department of Ethology at Eötvös University, Hungary
 
              Coffe – poster session
15.15-15.35
Harbour porpoises in the south of Sweden?
Daniel Wennerberg
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
15.35-15.55
The Porpoise Click Logger
Ulrika Roos
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
15.55-16.15
Target detection in coral sand by bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)
Sofia Dahl
Prof. Mats Amundin
IFM Biology, Linköping University
Kolmården Zoo
 
                 Graduation Ceremony


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