Upcoming 5 days
The study of ancient DNA sequences from Yersinia pestis has yielded important insights into the ecology and evolution of this important human pathogen. However, the analysis and interpretation of ancient DNA data remains challenging compared with modern data. Here, we will discuss two recent papers with new or improved genomes from First and Second Pandemic victims.
Minisymposium open for all! Talks by Grace Wyngaard, Kristian Alfsnes, Martin Malmstrøm and William Brynildsen Reinar. Start at 13.00.
Late Lunch Talk by Meike Wortel, CEES
Estimates of fishing mortality commonly used in stock assessment models are often conditional on restrictive assumptions about natural mortality. However, integrating data from various sources in bayesian state-space models can allow to independently estimate mortalities of different sources.
Further upcoming events
Late Lunch Talk by Joost Raeymaekers, Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics, NTNU
By Malin Pinsky from Rutgers University, United States
Dear all CEES members: We are pleased to invite you to the Annual Student Conference! All should sign up.
By Jaap A. Kaandorp from University of Amsterdam
Keynote speakers: Hanna Kokko, Tim Coulson, Vigdis Vandvik and Bernt-Erik Sæther