Venue: Building "Ulls hus", floor 6, room "Ultuna" at SLU Campus Ultuna, Almas allé 8, Uppsala (see map below for guidance)
Date and time: 4 February 2019 9:30 - 16:00
Participation is free of charge and includes lunch
|9:30||Registration and coffee (poster presentations)|
The benefit from phenological observations when tracking the effects of a changed climate in nature, from a stakeholder's perspective.
Ola Langvall (Swedish National Phenology Network) and Henrik Josefsson (Länsstyrelsen Örebro län)
Artportalen – a species reporting system for Swedish animals and plants.
Trends of first flowering dates of hazel (Corylus avellana L.) under warming.
The course of the annual life cycle of bees may be selected to match local floral resources.
Understanding phenological strategies in plants through studies on genetically defined barley mutants.
|11:50||Lunch (poster presentations and mingle)|
Long-term standardized forest phenology in Sweden, a climate change indicator and used in forestry.
Annual variation of berry production in south-central Sweden and its bottom-up effects on brown bears.
|14:00||"Speed dating" - exploring the current and future use and demand for phenology deliverables|
|15:15||Coffee break (poster presentations and mingle)|
|15:30||Presentation of "results" from speed dating|
|16:00||Closure of symposium|