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ESEminar 2020-12-15

Using genomic data to understand Species (mal)adaptation to climate change: the case of the Cork Oak

Mathieu Vanhove from the CREA research group will talk about landscape genomics to better understand the ecological adaptation of species.
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ESEminar 2020-12-10

Influence of marine growth on migration strategy and population dynamic in the brown trout

Quentin Josset (OFB) will present the least well known of the 4 ORE workshop sites, followed by a presentation of his thesis project on the Bresle...
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ESEminar 2020-12-08

SalmoGlob-ToolBoxWGNAS: A new model for the assessment of Atlantic salmon stocks in the North Atlantic Ocean

Pierre-Yves Hernvann, Rémi Patin and Etienne Rivot (EH research group) will present their model for the assessment of Atlantic salmon stocks on the...
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Next Thesis Defense MR

Thesis Defense of Louise Day

December 3, 2020, at 14:00 (visio)
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ESEminar 2020-12-01

Dipsersal of aquatic insects in the terrestrial environnment

As part of his thesis in ecology, Rémi Gerber, co-supervised by Benjamin Bergerot and Christophe Piscart (ECOBIO) and Jean-Marc Roussel (ESE,...
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ESEminar 2020-11-24

Genomic divergence and speciation in lampreys

Nolwenn Decanter (CREA research group) will present his thesis work
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ESEminar 2020-11-17

Assessing evolutionary potential of spatial behaviour in the wild: Biologging technologies meets genome-wide data

Erwan Quéméré, scientist in the CREA research group will talk about biologging, genetics and spatial distribution.
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ESEminar 2020-11-10

Development of molecular tools for the identification and study of the distribution of the 3 species of lamprey

Scientist in the CREA research group, Ahmed Souissi will talk about a new approach based on genetic markers.
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ESEminar 2020-10-27

Variation of Tolerance to CMIT/MIT (biocides) across daphnid lineages

Margot Wagner, PhD student in the EPIX team, will talk about daphnia and their tolerance to emerging pollutants, biocides.
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ESEminar 2020-10-20

Movement Ecology, predator-prey interaction and habitat selection

Rémi Patin, Post-doc in the EH team, will present his past work in travel ecology.
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