Poster Session

Poster Session


Posters are ordered alphabetically by last name.


Tuesday 31 October

Session 4: Posters

17:10 19:00          Seminar Room

Frank Adriaensen – From notebook to app: tit research in the twenty-first century

Fredrik Andreasson – Age-dependent effects of predation risk on night-time hypothermia in blue- and great tits

Yihan Cao – Estimating the variation and autocorrelation of phenotypic selection on great tit

Antica Culina – A data platform for long-term monitored population – let’s start with the great tit

Irene Di Lecce – Breeding performance of urban birds nesting in natural cavities

Marcel Eens – Artificial light at night affects sleep behaviour differently in two closely related hole-nesting
songbird species

Tapio Eeva – Air pollution and birds’ vitamin levels

Michał Glądalski – Family planning in great tits (Parus major) in response to temperature extremes: a long-term study

Grzegorz Hebda – Microclimate of great spotted woodpecker nest holes in living and dead trees

William Jones – Interspecific transfer of parasites following range-shifts in Ficedula flycatchers

Adam Krupski – Patterns of variation in haemoparasite infections in great tit fledglings

Marion Nicolaus – Diet specialisation differs between dispersing and philopatric individuals in a wild pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca) population

Michael Pepke Pedersen – Telomere dynamics of wild house sparrows under artificial body size selection

Rianne Pinxten – The female perspective of personality in great tits: repeatable aggressiveness relates to exploration behaviour

Giada Porcedda – Noise impairs the perception of the fine structure of bird song

Thor Harald Ringsby – Offspring fitness and the optimal propagule size in a fluctuating environment

Suvi Ruuskanen – Maternal egg hormones in the mating context: the effect of pair personality

Dilan Saatoglu – Genetic assignment of dispersers and patterns of dispersal in a house sparrow metapopulation

Alfredo Sánchez-Tójar – Challenging a textbook example of the status signalling hypothesis: the house sparrow

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Time and place
October 30 - November 2, 2017
Scandic Lerkendal, Trondheim, Norway


For further information on the conference, please contact Stefan Vriend.

For further information on the satellite meeting, please contact Alina Niskanen.


Organized by
Centre for biodiversity dynamics Norwegian University of Science and Technology