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Global Change Ecology
Walking on broken ice
Belgian Explorers: Erik Verheyen, Congo Biodiversity Initiative
Erik will highlight the scientific importance of exploring pristine uncharted territory, and tell about his personal experiences with working in an undiscovered, natural environment
Challenging long-held ecological theory: how forest age and development affect carbon sequestration
Seminar by Ellen Stuaert-Haëntjens (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Mycorrhizal networks and coexistence in species-rich plant communities
Seminar by Prof Hans Jacquemyn (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Engineering the energy transition
Prof Andy van den Dobbelsteen (TU Delft) presents smart concepts for climate adaptivity, carbon neutrality and circularity in the built environment - with an emphasis on energy transition
Measurements of the carbon, energy and water balance in an Italian alpine peatland
Simulating the vegetation and carbon dynamics in three different peatlands
Seminar Jeroen Pullens (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy & University College Cork, Ireland)
New Perspectives in Modeling and Measurement of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions by Remote Sensing
Integrated solutions for water sustainability
Mini-Seminar by Maciej Zalewski (Professor of Lodz University) and Johan Bastiaensen (Institute of Development Policy and Managament, UAntwerp)
Walking on Broken Ice
Seminar by Louis Beyens (UAntwerp)
How to tackle the plant phenotyping bottleneck?
Biology Seminar series: seminar by Dr Stijn Dhondt, Department of Plant Systems Biology - VIB, Ghent University
IMDO Reserach day
Lecture Water in the World
Lecture about ecological research in two major river systems in Africa
Coppice Forests in Europe: Ecosystem services, protection and nature conservation
Estuarine Restoration: from theory to practice and back
Helping nature to help us
European Ecosystem Services conference: biggest European event in 2016 that links science, policy and practice on ecosystem services and natural capital
Biology Research Day
Think you know the Biology Department? Come and check it out at the Biology Research Day 2016! For students, PhD students, postdocs and professors linked to the Biology Department
Towards CO2-neutral research flights through Wildlife Works
The Global Change Ecology Centre (GCE) invites you to a presentation on CO2-compensation of research-related air travel.
8° Symposium on Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics
EVECO hosts a symposium on Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics, with special reference to Urban Ecology and Evolution, from 3-5 February 2015.
Biology research day
A gigantic frog in a strange land
Lecture by Prof Richard Shine (University of Sidney) on the impact, evolution and control of invasive cane toads.
Waves and wetlands
Research seminar by prof. Iris Moeller (University of Cambridge): lessons learnt from 20 years of empirical research on European coastal wetlands
The orangutan enigma: king of the swingers or morphologically and ecologically defunct?
Lecture - Prof Susannah Thorpe (Ecology and Biomechanics Lab, School of Biosciences, University of Birmingham, UK)
EMPSEB20: European Meeting of PhD Students in Evolutionary Biology
Congress - EMPSEB provides a platform for PhD students studying Evolutionary Biology to present their work and to meet their peers from all over Europe
Presentation of ongoing work @ UHasselt
Seminar by Ann Cuypers
Presentations Tanzania field course
Students will present a report of the Tanzania field course, held in summer 2014, including results of their research projects. All those interested are welcome.
29 June 2017
Dr. Carolyn Görres (Hochschule Geisenheim University, Germany). Detecting and quantifying methane emissions from scarab larvae using stable carbon isotopes (CH4ScarabDetect ).
6 June 2017
Jeroen Pullens (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy & University College Cork, Ireland). Measurements of the carbon, energy and water balance in an Italian alpine peatland and simulating the vegetation and carbon dynamics in three different peatlands.
7 April 2017
Prof. Hans Jacquemyn (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven). Mycorrhizal networks and coexistence in species-rich plant communities.
10 March 2017
Ellen Stuaert-Haëntjens (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA). Challenging long-held ecological theory: how forest age and development affect carbon sequestration
9 March 2017
Dr. Frank Adriaensen (UAntwerpen). Belgian explorers: Kamchatka, a unique photo trip beyond the Far East
3 March 2017
Dr. Fabio De Francesco (National Research Council - Timber and Trees Institute, Italy). Chipping operation optimization, energy and economic balance for a better environmental sustainability
23 February 2017
Dr. Erik Verheyen (UAntwerpen). Belgian Explorers: Erik Verheyen, Congo Biodiversity Initiative
15 November 2016
Dr. Mwangi Githiru (Wildlife Works). Towards CO2-neutral research flights through Wildlife Works
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