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Programme 2011 "Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: An Interdisciplinary Perspective"

Here you can download the flyer, a double poster or a single poster of 2011.

Here are direct links to the photo galleries of Peyresq, our walk, the excursion, the working groups and many nice evenings.

And in case you would like to see more photos of the summer school here are links to the photo collections of
Martin Sharman http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharman/sets/72157612354021155/?page=9 and here of
Allan Watt http://www.flickr.com/photos/adwatt,
Amandine Erktan https://picasaweb.google.com/100042453249161285959/Peyresq?authkey=Gv1sRgCJSX9KPbqIeKZg,
Loraine Roy http://www.flickr.com/x/t/0093009/gp/32747134@N05/j5m4P8 and
Paul Scholefield http://www.flickr.com/photos/63709960@N00/sets/72157627578816361/.

Please click on the title of the presentation in which you are interested in to get more information and to see the pdf file and if you are interested in the CV of the speaker click on the name.

 

7.9.2011
Wednesday
Arrival / Introduction Welcome
Conveners
Peyresq introduced by
Jean Vancompernolle
8.9.2011
Thursday
Biodiversity and ecosystem services Biodiversity and ecosystem services: challenges and responses
Allan Watt
Incorporating state of the art ecological knowledge into the quantification of ecosystem services
Fabien Quétier
Student posters On being blind
Martin Sharman
9.9.2011
Friday
Scenarios and modelling Global Change, biodiversity and ecosystem services: Interactions between Earth system, ecological and social tipping points
Paul Leadley
Dealing with uncertainties associated with the concept of ecosystem service: Participatory modelling of ecosystem services
Cécile Barnaud
Working groups Landscape variability and impacts of ammonia in relation to the Habitats Directive
Mark Sutton
10.9.2011
Saturday
Economics, ammonia and biodiversity Modelling ecosystem services using Bayesian networks
Roy Haines-Young
Place-based approaches to the assessment of ecosystem services
Marion Potschin
Walk
Jean Vancompernolle
11.09.2011
Sunday
Assessment of ecosystem services and renewable energy The EU biodiversity strategy 2011-2020 & The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity
Leon Braat
Taking the economics of ecosystems and biodiversity to the local policy level
Christoph Schröter-Schlaack
Working groups Renewable energy - consequences for biodiversity and ecosystem services
Roel May
ALTER-Net – network activities for integration of European biodiversity research and collaboration
Jiska van Dijk
12.09.2011
Monday
Land-use change in the Provence Excursion to the Plateau de Valensole and the Gorges du Verdon
13.09.2011
Tuesday
Environmental change, scenarios and conflicts Integrated land use & ecosystem service modelling for priorisation in landscape management
Ariane Walz
Managing conservation conflicts
Steve Redpath
Working groups Good science / good policy
Brooke Wilkerson
Feedback on the presentations
Martin Sharman
No net loss of ecosystem services?
Fabien Quétier
14.09.2011
Wednesday
Science, policy and society Three key challenges of environmental sciences: interdisciplinarity, dealing with uncertainty and science-policy interfaces
Sybille van den Hove
Concepts and constraints of plant responses to atmospheric change
Christian Körner
Working groups A scientist´s dilemma after the tsunami
Simron Singh
15.09.2011
Thursday
Inter-governmental initiatives and freshwater ecosystems The long road from the development of Earth System Science to the development of the Ecosystem Assessment to Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Hal Mooney
The silent freshwater biodiversity crisis
Klement Tockner
Working groups Working groups
16.09.2011
Friday
Results and outlook Working groups Working groups Presentation of the working groups Final comments on Peyresq 2011
Allan Watt & Wolfgang Cramer
17.09.2011
Saturday
Departure

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