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EOU 2023 21–25 August

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Monday 21 August 2023

All events during this first day are in the University Building (Universitetshuset) Address: Paradisgatan 2, Lund. See information under Practical Information.

14.00–20:00 Registration
17.30 Welcome to Lund from the local organiser Anders Brodin, opening and welcome from the president of the EOU Alfonso Marzal
18.00 Plenary speaker 1 Thomas Alerstam
Revolution in bird migration research
Chair : Anders Brodin 
19:00 Welcome reception, snacks and drinks

Tuesday 22 August 2023

8:00–19:00 Registration (Lobby AF-borgen)
9:00 Plenary speaker 2 Ben Sheldon (Stora salen)
Social Behaviour and Social Networks of Birds: From Individuals to Population Processes
Chair: Alfonso Marzal
10:00 Practical info and announcements (Stora salen)
10:05 Coffee

10:30–12:00 Symposia

Location: Stora salen
Convenors: Masoero, Bize, and Moiron

10:30 Teplisky
Exploring birds responses to climate change: the role of plasticity and microevolution
11:00 Moiron
Phenological responses to a warming planet: evolutionary versus plastic changes
11:15 Boom
Earlier springs increase goose breeding propensity and hatching success at Arctic but not at temperate latitudes
11:30 Perrault
Seasonal effects of tawny owl plumage colouration on camouflage abilities in a changing climate: an experimental approach
11:45 Masoero
Changing body size and shape: exploring a highly-aerial migrant response to the changing climate

Location: Lilla salen
Convenors: Oregeret and Frankish

10:30 Delgado
Linking Dispersal Strategies with Population Dynamics: a case example with the eagle owl
11:00 Schumi
Nestling activity and body condition predict skill development and emigration in golden eagles
11:15 Orgeret
Habitat selection by dispersers: a comparison of prospecting and settlement phases in a long-lived raptor
11:30 Kralj
Regular prospecting of alternative colonies by actively breeding seabirds
11:45 Monti
Factors affecting prospecting behaviour of European rollers Coracias garrulus at breeding grounds

Location: Nya fest
Convenors: Cauchard, Quinn, Serrano, and Doligez

10:30 Chaine
Linking variation in cognition to behavioural flexibility in the face of global changes
11:00 Soravia
High temperatures during early development impact adult cognitive performance and reproductive success in a wild bird population
11:15 Troisi
Stopping behaviour in two gull species: factors influencing how individuals respond to changes in their environment
11:30 Klump
Foraging cognition in the city – how parrots thrive in an urban world
11:45 Cauchard
Exploring the links between cognition and reproductive success in free-living great tits (Parus major)

Location: Kerstins rum
Convenors: Hsu and Fuxjager

10:30 Fuxjager
History of avian androgenic systems and what it means for behavioural evolution
11:00 Jimeno
Glucocorticoids and energy expenditure across avian species: insights from macroecological and comparative approaches
11:15 Hsu
Roles of thyroid hormones in the physiology of avian migration: a phylogenetic comparative analysis
11:30 Lipshutz
Parallel phylotranscriptomics but not testosterone levels underlie the convergent evolution of aggression in cavity-nesting songbirds
11:45 Frankl-Vilches
Evolution of  Avian Hormone Regulatory Systems

Location: Gustafscenen
Convenors: Videvall, Davies, and Bodawatta

10:30 Videvall
Exploring the avian microbiome: A review of the field
11:00 Worsley
Investigating the drivers and fitness consequences of gut microbiome variation in wild birds
11:15 White
Evaluating the dysbiotic impact of urbanisation on the microbiome of birds
11:30 Wlodarzcyk
Variation in gut microbiome composition during autumn migration in Charadrii waders
11:45 Baars
Phylogenetic and environmental factors shaping feather and preen gland bacteriome composition and functional properties
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Plenary speaker 3 Anna Qvarnström (Stora salen)
Climate adaptation and speciation in Ficedula flycatchers
Chair: Suvi Ruuskanen
14:30 Poster pitches 1 (Stora salen)
Chair: Caroline Isaksson
15:00 Coffee

15:30–17:00 Orals

Location: Stora salen
Chair: Susi Jenni-Eiermann

15:30 Somveille
An ecological model of avian migratory connectivity
15:45 Baillie
The Eurasian African Bird Migration Atlas – documenting migration and movements using ringing and tracking data
16:00 Lindström
Detailed observations of the annual migration routine of a bird rarely observed
16:15 Rime
Multi-sensor geolocators unveil global and local movements in an Alpine-breeding long-distance migrant
16:30 Silva
Vegetation greenness and microclimate refugia influence the migration timings of a threatened grassland bird
16:45 Chernetsov
Сrossing the arid plains of central  Eurasia from Europe to India by songbirds

Location: Lilla salen
Chair: Dan Chamberlain

15:30 Linssen
Migratory swans adjust their wintering area to a warming climate
15:45 Rubolini
Impact of climate change on high-elevation birds in the Alps according to ecologically realistic Species Distribution Models
16:00 Schreven
Extreme and rapid range expansion by arctic geese: coping with climate change?
16:15 Ausems
Where have all the petrels gone? 40 years of environmental change and population dynamics of Wilson’s storm-petrels
16:30 Mermillon
Early breeders have greater nest failure rates but better nestling quality in an alpine population of Northern Wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe)
16:45 Syposz
Adjustment of an Arctic seabird to the changing environment

Location: Nya fest
Chair: Katarzyna Wojczulanis-Jakubas 

15:30 Aulsebrook
Quantifying shorebird mating behaviour using accelerometry and machine learning
15:45 Tóth
The relationship between mating systems and spermatoza characteristics in shorebirds
16:00 Ferraz
Using GPS and accelerometer data to study the breeding behaviour of two sandgrouse species
16:15 Zhang
Brood parasitism risk drives birds to breed near humans
16:30 Staniewicz
Tropical forest birds differ in acoustic-space competition-avoidance strategies
16:45 Sokołowska
Interspecific competition for acoustic space -– chiffchaff males avoid temporal and spectral masking of their song

Location: Kerstins rum
Chair: Carina Nebel

15:30 Frias Soler
A multiomics approach to the molecular aspects of the migratory phenotype of the Northern Wheatear
15:45 Liukkonen
How season and latitude correlate with the gut microbiome of great tits (Parus major) across the European continent
16:00 –
16:15 Caballero Lopez
Two genetic loci behind migratory direction in willow warblers combining genome analyses with years of geolocator data
16:30 Diez-Méndez
Indirect maternal effects via nest microbiome composition drives gut colonization in altricial chicks
16:45 Song
Conservation genomics of sibling grouse species in boreal forest in Northern Eurasia and the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau

Location: Gustafscenen
Chair: Crinan Jarrett

15:30 Soriano
Unravelling the scale of illegal online trade of bird species
15:45 Duriez
Can movement ecology help finding mitigation measures to reduce demographic impact of wind turbine mortalities of Lesser kestrels? 
16:00 Brambilla
Bottom-up approaches to bird conservation in vineyards are effective and may enhance ecosystem services
16:15 Izquierdo
Human perception of bird ecosystem services and disservices  in an urban land sharing/land sparing context
16:30 Strubbe
Mechanistic models project bird invasions with accuracy
16:45 Haukka
The iratebirds – citizen science project: A dataset of birds’ visual aesthetic attractiveness to humans
17:00–19:00 Poster session 1 & refreshments (odd poster numbers) (Stora Sparbanksfoajén and outside Gustafscenen)
18:00–19:00 Round-table "Urbicon" (Nya fest)

Wednesday 23 August 2023

8:00–19:00 Registration (Lobby AF-borgen)
09:00 Plenary speaker 4 Katarzyna Wojczulanis-Jakubas (Stora salen)
Parental care in birds – from sexual conflict to cooperation
Chair: Jan-Åke Nilsson
10:00 Practical info and announcements (Stora salen)
10:05 Coffee

10:30–12:00 Orals

Location: Stora salen
Chair: Zoltan Nemeth

10:30 Thorup
Long-term changes in the movement  patterns of European migrants
10:45 Howard
Explaining and predicting trans-Saharan  bird migration under global change
11:00 Sapir
Bird migration in a changing world: stopover distributions, selectivity of meteorological conditions and a drastic long-term decline studied by a network of radars in the Middle-East
11:15 Mann
Fine-scale environmental drivers of flight altitude in nocturnal migrant birds 'and conflict with terrestrial windfarms: a predictive approach using marine radar
11:30 Beal
Identifying important sites for migratory waterbirds from a connectivity perspective: a case study in the East Atlantic Flyway
11:45 Weisshaupt
Bird migration modelling in Finland using citizen science, population data and weather prediction model

Location: Lilla salen
Chair: Jan-Åke Nilsson

10:30 Mouillec
Effects of parental age on offspring life history trajectories in the Alpine swift
10:45 Wang
The selective effect of winter weather on the morphology of black-throated tits (Aegithalos concinnus) depends on winter conditions and is sex-specific
11:00 Vincente Sastre
Non-breeding carry-over effects on the breeding performance of three long-lived migratory seabirds
11:15 Bucciolini
Colour morph specific variation in survival and reproduction across Europe in the tawny owl Strix aluco
11:30 Krams
Extra-pair paternity explains cooperation  in the pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)
11:45 Almasi
RFID-based weighing units shed light on body mass development after fledging, which affects the timing of natal dispersal and juvenile survival

Location: Nya fest
Chair: Helena Westerdahl

10:30 Penttinen
Natal dispersal behaviour and habitat selection of the white-tailed eagle revealed by molecular genotyping
10:45 Bloch
Combining radio-telemetry and radar measurements to test aerial optimal foraging of an insectivore and its insect prey
11:00 Siddiqi-Davies 
Does Environmental Variability Determine Shearwater Over-Wintering Distribution, Behaviour and Phenology?
11:15 Ma
Can pied flycatcher nestlings distinguish songs from social fathers and strangers?
11:30 Fülöp
Groups with a more diverse personality composition have a more egalitarian social structure
11:45 Acácio
Ageing in nature: examining lifelong changes in movement and social behaviour of griffon vultures

Location: Kerstins rum
Chair: Suvi Ruuskanen

10:30 Mohring
Breeding under predation threat: A long-term study of corticosterone levels and parental investment in incubating female common eiders
10:45 Marton
The oxidative physiology of moult: three experiments on house sparrows
11:00 Minias
Blood oxygen-carrying capacity and foraging behaviour in a colonial gull: an experimental study
11:15 Xiong
Telomere dynamics, heritability and immunity  – a comprehensive case study in zebra finches
11:30 Capilla-Lasheras
Drivers of variation in the gut microbiome of urban blue tits
11:45 Dominoni
The effects of urbanisation on daily rhythms of songbirds: new insights from parallel recording of activity and body temperature around the clock

Location: Gustafscenen
Chair: Bengt Hansson

10:30 O'Connor
Coevolution of cooperative breeding and immunity across the bird tree of life
10:45 Brommer
Variance components of egg pigmentation in the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus
11:00 Martin
The genomics of avian adaptation and speciation: from oceanic to sky islands
11:15 Bensch
The evolutionary history of “suboptimal” migration routes
11:30 Pap
Phylogenetic relationships of immune function and oxidative physiology with sexual selection and parental effort are sex-specific in birds
11:45 Kraft
Species Recognition and Song Memory in Nestling Flycatchers
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Plenary speaker 5 Ines Catry (Stora salen)
          Chair: Anders Hedenström
Preventing ecological traps in conservation – lessons learned from long-term monitoring programs
14:30 Poster pitches 2 (Stora salen)
Chair: Arne Hegemann
15:00 Coffee

15:30–17:00 Symposia

Location: Stora salen
Convenors: Sjöberg and Meier

15:30 Meier
More sensors more insight? Recent discoveries and new promises
16:00 Nussbaumer
GeoPressureR: Introduction and case studies
16:15 Norevik
Lunar correlates in bird flight activity and movement ecology
16:30 Becciu
Interplay between internal and external factors in shaping Barn Owl (Tyto alba) movement
16:45 Bontekoe
Combining life-time tracking with experiments to understand factors influencing the development of white stork migration

Location: Lilla salen
Convenors: Arcilla and Strazds

15:30 Arcilla
Not the usual suspects: a global review of unconventional challenges and approaches in bird conservation research
16:00 Strazds
“Green” hydroelectric dams and the plight of Black Storks in Latvia 
16:15 Boissier
The fetish market of Lomé, Togo: An alarming hotspot for the international trade of both common and globally threatened bird species
16:30 Su
Conservation of birds traded in East Asia: the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in citizen science monitoring
16:45 Brown
A major myna problem; invasive predator removal benefits female survival and population growth of a translocated island endemic

Location: Nya fest
Convenors: Burant, Burgess, and Freeman

15:30 Freeman
The importance of precipitation in shaping avian physiology, behaviour, and demography
16:00 Lopez Idiaquez
Temperature and precipitation are associated with plumage colour complexity in the Paridae
16:15 Burant
From first rainfall to future phenological flexibility: early life environmental conditions affect plasticity in the timing of reproduction in hole-nesting passerines
16:30 Burgess
Demographic and environmental drivers of long-term population dynamics of British breeding Pied flycatcher
16:45 Silber
Precipitation timing, elevation, and life history traits mediate relationships between  precipitation and avian reproductive success: A global meta-analysis

Location: Kerstins rum
Convenors: Sepers and Chen

15:30 Sepers
A reflection on the current state of the field of avian ecological epigenetics
16:00 van Oers
The origin of epigenetic variation in birds
16:15 Chen
Variation in DNA methylation in avian nestlings is largely determined by  genetic effects
16:30 Tangili
Epigenetic clocks as biomarkers of ageing in non-model species: past, present, and future
16:45 Piirto
Epigenetic effects of early-life radionuclide stress in natural population of birds

Location: Gustafscenen
Convenors: Strehmann, Chyb, and Matson

15:30 Adelman
Susceptibility, resistance, and tolerance across ecological and evolutionary contexts: the makings of super-spreaders and reservoir species?
16:00 Hegemann
Bacterial, viral and blood parasite infections as modulators of physiology and behaviour
16:15 van Mastrigt
Immune defences trade-off against  growth and reproductive investments
16:30 Strehmann
Blood parasites in forest birds: Half of the birds are infected
16:45 Richardson
Avian malaria (and pox) in Berthelot’s pipit; using divergent island populations to identify genes linked to pathogen infection
17:00–19:00 Poster session 2 & refreshments (even poster numbers) (Stora Sparbanksfoajén and outside Gustafscenen)
18:00–19:00 Round-table "Microbiome" (Nya fest)

Thursday 24 August 2023

06.00 Buses to Falsterbo leave from AF-borgen 
08.00 Buses to Söderåsen, Kullaberg, and Krankesjön leave from AF-borgen
17:00 - 18:30 Historic walk nr. 1 - leaving from the main door of Lund's Cathedral
19:00 - 20:30 Historic walk nr. 2 - leaving from the main door of Lund's Cathedral
21:00 - 22:30 Historic walk nr. 3 - leaving from the main door of Lund's Cathedral
18.30 Fledging programme (Lilla salen) Organisers: Zsófia Tóth and Kristaps Sokolovskis

Friday 25 August 2023

8:00–14:00 Reception desk (Lobby AF-borgen)
9:00 Plenary speaker 6 Marta Szulkin (Stora salen)
Ecology & Evolution in the Urban Realm: What’s Past is Present, what’s Present is Future
Chair: Jan-Åke Nilsson
10:00 Practical info and announcements (Stora salen)
10:05 Coffee

10:30–12:00 Symposia

Location: Stora salen
Convenors: Sutton, and Mainwaring

10:30 Sutton
Out from the cold: the importance of winter ecology in a changing world
11:00 Nord
Is rest-phase hypothermia in the little bird in winter a blessing or a curse?
11:15 Davies
Gut microbiome underlying winter adaptations in wild populations of great tits (Parus major)
11:30 Mainwaring
Energetic savings from roosting inside cavities during winter and summer 
11:45 Morosinotto
Energetics of tawny owl colour morphs  in response to controlled experimental cold conditions

Location: Lilla salen
Convenors: Jarrett, Nwaogu, and Helm

10:30 Nwaogu
Fitting birds’ annual cycle events to seasonal fluctuations in the Afro-tropics
11:00 Pev
Seasonal utilization by birds of secondary forest in an agricultural landscape in West Africa
11:15 Newell
Dynamic response of arthropods to rainfall extremes drives locally asynchronous nesting of tropical insectivores
11:30 Marcacci
Climatic conditions and seasonal variations of the vegetation modulate the positive effects of habitat restoration for birds in Burkina Faso 
11:45 Requena-Moreno
European Turtle-doves wintering in Africa: tracking movements, habitat and conservation

Location: Nya fest
Convenors: Arzel, Ask, and Bottini

10:30 Gabrielsen
Environmental pollution (levels and effects)  in Arctic breeding seabirds
11:00 Campioni
Exposure of an endangered seabird predator to persistent organic pollutants: assessing levels in blood and relationship with hatching success
11:15 Watson
Anticoagulant rodenticides: causes and  consequences of secondary exposure of a predatory bird
11:30 Gray
Measuring exposure of legacy persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in a long-lived migratory bird
11:45 Verreault
Tracking contaminant Levels in Air from the Back of a Gull: The Landfill Effect

Location: Kerstins rum
Convenors: Nilsson and Cohen

10:30 Shamoun-Baranes
How flight generalists utilize the dynamic properties of the boundary layer
11:00 Williams
The challenges of gaining height in soaring flight reduced by social sampling of vertical airflows
11:15 Wayman
Birds over Birmingham: Patterns of airspace use by birds above an urban area
11:30 de Zwaan
Using thermal imaging to assess stratification of the nocturnal migrant community and quantify taxonomic-specific collision risk with terrestrial windfarms
11:45 Roy
Predictive modelling of bird migration flows using weather radars

Location: Gustafscenen
Convenors: Kärkkäinen and Salmon

10:30 Marasco
Unravelling the physiological adaptations for avian migration: lessons from integrative approaches
11:00 Kärkkäinen
Migratory effort, telomeres, and mitochondrial density
11:15 Salmon
An organelle perspective on avian migration: linking mitochondrial number and migratory plasticity
11:30 Vagasi
Oxidative state is associated with migration distance, but not flight-related parameters across European birds
11:45 Jimenez Gallardo
Do blackcaps self-medicate to reduce oxidative stress associated with flight effort and parasites?
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Plenary speaker 7 Petra Sumasgutner (Stora salen)
Raptors in a changing world: Understanding the response of predators to increasing urbanization
Chair: Andreas Nord

14:00–17:00 Oral sessions

Location: Stora salen
Chair: Ivan Maggini

14:00 Brlik
Time dependencies across stages of the annual cycle in migratory birds
14:15 Border
Spatial variation in the phenology of Afro-Palearctic bird migration across Europe
14:30 Dale
Among-species variation in avian migration timing over 60 years: effects of ecology and life-history
14: 45 Ramellini
Spatio-temporal ecological gradients in the Sahelian belt affect non-breeding movements and pre-breeding migration timing of lesser kestrels Falco naumanni

Location: Lilla salen
Chair: Anders Brodin

14:00 van Irsel
Impacts of arbovirus outbreaks on wild bird populations in the Netherlands
14:15 Cresswell
Expanding ranges in sociable species of conservation concern: 30 years of corn bunting (Emberiza calandra) monitoring in Scotland show range decreases which are not regained even as populations recover
14:30 Samotskaya
Using machine learning for automatic detection of three conservation priority bird species in Okinawa
14: 45 Sattler
Acoustic monitoring to improve information on breeding status of secretive species

Location: Nya fest
Chair: Staffan Bensch

14:00 Sumasgutner
Drone impacts on a bird flock: Rapid physiological habituation and behavioural response in greylag geese (Anser anser)
14:15 Özgencil
Factors driving the breeding microhabitat preferences of two endangered ducks in a shallow lake as revealed by a multidisciplinary approach
14:30 Kirby
Patterns and drivers of landscape and local habitat use by UK Hawfinches during the breeding season and late winter
14: 45 Baroni
Movement patterns and habitat selection of breeding pygmy owls differ between the boreal and the alpine forests

Location: Kerstins rum
Chair: Peter Pap

14:00 Emmenegger
The MalAvi database – both a treasure chest and a hard nut to crack
14:15 Ferraguti
Human and time-related impacts on avian malaria infections in native and introduced populations of house sparrows (Passer domesticus)
14:30 van Toor
What makes a host a vector? A comparison of movement, habitat use, and exposure to sources of antimicrobial resistant bacteria of gull species
14: 45 Klumpp
Sex makes the difference: High immune function predicts both high and low local survival probability in Common Blackbirds (Turdus merula)

Location: Gustafscenen
Chair: Caroline Isaksson

14:00 Costa
Long-term monitoring in Metal Pollution: Using Bird Feathers as Indicator
14:15 Saulnier
Assessing the effects of different metal cocktails on avian physiology
14:30 Ziegler
Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids modulate  oxidative stress response to air pollution and immune challenge
14: 45 Raab
Investigating the main mortality reasons of the European Red Kite population by high-resolution GPS telemetry tracking

15:00 Coffee

Location: Stora salen
Chair: Andreas Nord

15:30 Briedis
Advancing spring phenology: the overlooked importance of spring duration and variability for populations dynamics of birds
15:45 Halupka
Changing offspring production in a warming world: a case study of reed warblers
16:00 Bosco
Increasing winter temperatures explain declines in body size of boreal birds
16:15 Both
Trophic mismatches in pied flycatchers? Long-term data on food-dynamics, diets and fitness
16:30 Gallego Rubalcaba
Mechanistic modeling of the impacts of climate change on avian energetics
16:45 Corregidor-Castro
Heatwaves impair reproduction in a Mediterranean raptor

Location: Lilla salen
Chair: Susanne Åkesson 

15:30 Gatt
Ecological conditions experienced during reproduction do not affect individual differences  in migratory behaviour in a long-lived bird
15:45 Lamers
The determinants of migratory connectivity: a pied flycatcher common garden experiment & range-wide tracking
16:00 Raj Pant
Individual variation in the migratory  strategies of a long-lived seabird
16:15 Nolet
Sentinel swans to guard the weak link in their chain of migratory stopovers
16:30 Ilieva
Inherited differences of migratory phenotypes in two Acrocephalus warblers in relation to geomagnetic field parameters
16:45 Pavlinec
Different foraging activities of the Common Tern along the eastern and western flyways

Location: Nya fest
Chair: Susanne Åkesson

15:30 Alba
Avalanche create unique habitats for birds in the Alps
15:45 Westerduin
DNA metabarcoding reveals the complexity and flexibility of boreal bird-insect food webs
16:00 Marcolin
Alien bird species decrease taxonomic and functional but not phylogenetic, diversity of invaded bird communities
16:15 Ausprey
Functional Mechanisms for Disturbance Sensitivity of Avian Communities in the Alps and Andes
16:30 Väli
Efficiency of raptors as biodiversity indicators: is multispecies movement ecology the key?
16:45 Berlusconi
Multi-scale determinants of intra-guild competition between lesser kestrels and red-footed falcons breeding in the intensive farmland habitats of Northern Italy

Location: Kerstins rum
Chair: Kevin Matson 

15:30 Malkoc
Inferring whole-organism metabolic rate from red blood cells in birds
15:45 Pacioni
Seasonal variation in thermoregulatory capacity of three closely related Afrotropical Estrildid finches introduced to Europe
16:00 Broggi
Consequences of short-term individual variation in the cost of living: an experimental study in wild great tits
16:15 Correia
Developmental temperature affects mitochondrial respiration and morphology in Japanese quail
16:30 Engert
Using metabolic data to uncover  the ontogeny of endothermy in altricial birds
16:45 Anand
Individual variation in extreme phenotypes in Snow Bunting, an Arctic cold specialist

Location: Gustafscenen
Chair: Caroline Isaksson

15:30 Reid
Does urbanisation lead to poor health? A global meta-analysis on birds
15:45 Urhan
Behavioural and cognitive differences between rural and urban great tits – A common garden study
16:00 Regaiolo
Aridity and demography drive the Luxury Effect: Influences on bird diversity patterns in cities
16:15 Pitt
Pitt: Environmental constraints can explain clutch size differences between urban and forest blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus): insights from an egg removal experiment 
16:30 Passarotto
Lowered capacity of a nocturnal predator (Strix aluco) to detect prey under experimental noise and light pollution
16:45 Jiménez-Peñuela
Effects of urbanization and malaria infection on the oxidative status of wild birds
17:00 General assembly (Lilla salen)
19:30 Conference dinner (Stora salen)


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Programme questions

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