Meetings

EURODEER members meet in periodic 2 to 5 days meeting that are held every 6-12 months in one of the headquarters or study site of the partner Institutes. These meetings are a key activity of the EURODEER network. The meetings are a valuable opportunity to update all the members on the new developments, to communicate on to each other the scientific outputs/advancements, discuss face-to-face the content of ongoing scientific works and to identify new line of research. Ultimately, the EURODEER meetings are an opportunity to share knowledge and cultivate mutual trust and a sense of cohesive scientific community that has the common goal to improve wildlife management and conservation with scientific-driven decisions. Meeting are usually attended by 20 to 40 EURODEER members.

Next EURODEER meeting will be held in Austria (Wien) in spring 2017.


Past EURODEER meetings

  • VIII EURODEER meeting, Moscheta, Italy (29/6-2/7/2016)
  • VII EURODEER meeting, Chizé, France (16-19/3/2015)
  • VI EURODEER meeting, Grimso, Sweden (1-6/7/2014)
  • V EURODEER meeting, Kalo, Denmark (2-5/12/2013)
  • IV EURODEER meeting, Toulouse, France (18-21/3/2013)
  • III EURODEER meeting, San Michele all’Adige, Italy (15-17/2/2012)
  • II EURODEER meeting, Srni, Czech Republic (7-8/6/2011)
  • I EURODEER meeting, Ozzano dell’Emilia, Italy (15-17/12/2010)

 

    VII EURODEER meeting (Chizé, France)

 


EURODEER was also at...

  • Lecture: "Walking down an uncertain path: studying the movement continuum of large herbivores through the Eurodeer collaborative initiative". Summer course: 'Next Generation Data Management in Movement Ecology', University of Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Davie, FL, USA 9/6/2016.
  • Seminar: "Surfing the wave of wildlife tracking data". Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 17/03/2016.
  • Seminar: "…and yet they move: Research frameworks and technological perspectives in movement ecology". Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA, USA, 8/12/2015.
  • Seminar: "The movement continuum: insights from studies on partial migration in large herbivores". Dept. of Environmental Conservation, lab seminars, UMass-Amherst, Amherst, MA, USA, 13/11/2015.
  • Workshop: "Collaboration on e-Infrastructures for Biotelemetry Research - Present State & Future Opportunities". NeIC, Uppsala, Sweden, 3-4/11/2015
  • Seminar: "Walking down an uncertain path: the movement tactics continuum in large herbivores". Yale Research School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Seminar series, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA, 25/10/2015.
  • IRSAE Summer School: "Next-Generation data management in movement ecology". FEM, San Michele all'Adige, Italy, 1-10/7/2015.
  • Conference: "The European Wild boar", Velenje, Slovenia, 4/9/2014.
  • Workshop: "Animal Movement in Confined Space: from Space Use Patterns to Epidemic Spread". Bristol, UK, 6-8/12/2013.
  • Summer School: "Next-Generation data management in movement ecology". IZW, Berlin, Germany, 2-8/9/2012.
  • Workshop: "Tracking movement using GPS". Measuring Behaviour MB2012, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 28-31/8/2012.
  • IRSAE Summer School: "Stuck in motion: reconnecting question and tools in movement ecology". Evenstad, Norway, 13-17/8/2012.
  • Public Debate: "From EURODEER to Trentino. The European roe deer: is it really a resilient species?". San Michele all'Adige, Italy, 15/2/2012.
  • Seminar: NINA, Trondheim, Norway, 15/12/2011.
  • IRSAE Summer School "Design and Statistical Modeling of Habitat Use, Selection, Occupancy, and Persistence",.Evenstad, Norway, 12-16/8/2011.
  • Meeting: "European Wildlife Research– common future priorities and potential collaboration". Stockholm, Sweden, 16-17/2/2011.
  • Meeting: COST IC0903 MOVE MC/WGs. Mons, Belgium, 20-21/1/2011.