Líf- og umhverfisvísindastofnun

Vor 2019

Föstudagsfyrirlestrar Líffræðistofu HÍ vorið 2018 eru haldnir milli kl. 12:30 og 13:10 í Öskju (Náttúrufræðahúsi HÍ)

Fyrirlestrarnir eru öllum opnir og eru yfirleitt fluttir á íslensku (nema titillinn sé á öðru máli) í stofu 131 í Öskju.

Umsjónarmenn eru Arnar Pálsson og Paul Wensveen.

The biology talks are held in Askja (usually at 12:30). The title reflects the language the talk will be delivered in.

Note, the lectures are normally on Friday in Askja 131 (* indicate exceptions).

Dagur / Day Titill erindis / Title of talk Fyrirlesari / Speaker Stofnun / Affiliation
4. jan. Áki Jarl Láruson Northeastern University
18. jan. Aldursákvarðanir með geislakoli og meðhöndlun þeirra og umhverfisbreytingar á Íslandi á árabilinu frá 15.000 til 9000 árum fyrir nútíma (1950 AD). Hreggviður Norðdal Háskóli Íslands
25. jan.

Meistaradagur náttúruvísinda / The Masters day of Natural Sciences

   
29 .jan. The generation of variation and the genetics of complex  morphologies* Benedikt Hallgrímsson University of Calgary
30. jan. PhD defense: The influence of egg size for the diversification of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) morphs^ Samantha Beck Háskólinn á Hólum
31 jan. Raising whales: How the recovery of cetaceans can help restore the oceans**  Joe Roman University of Vermont
1. feb. The northern bottlenose whales of Jan Mayen Patrick Miller University of St Andrews
8. feb. EGFL7 mediates blood vessel formation of endothelial cells derived from human embryonic stem cells Guðrún Valdimarsdóttir Háskóli Íslands
14. feb. Combatting dogma in biostatistics Michael Morrissey University of St. Andrews
15. feb. Kóralar - frá fundi að friðun
Steinunn Hilma Ólafsdóttir
Hafrannsóknarstofnun
22. feb. Foraging preferences and behavioural ecology of killer whales in Iceland Filipa Samarra Hafrannsóknarstofun / Icelandic Orca Project
1. mars Population genetics of Kudzu: The Vine that Ate the (US) South Matthew S. Haynsen Háskóli Íslands
8. mars Biology graduates student session / Blót framhaldsnema í líffræði    
14. mars The history of cod in Greenland: A major fishery collapse explained by archived DNA
Einar Eg. Nielsen
DTU
15. mars Harboring Diversity: Genetic Variation and the Establishment and Spread of the Green Crab (Carcinus maenas) in North America Joe Roman University of Iceland / University of Vermont
22. mars Numbers and distribution of the great cormorant in Iceland: limitation at the regional and metapopulation level Arnþór Garðarsson / Jón Einar Jónsson Háskóli Íslands / Rannsóknasetur á Snæfellsnesi
12. apríl Conspectus of the Triticeae: In memory of Áskell Löve (1916-1994).. Kesara M. Jónsson Háskóli Íslands
26. april Parallel and non-parallel evolution in the adaptive divergences of freshwater fishes Kathryn Elmer University of Glasgow
26. apríl

Ph.D. defense: Gene expression during early development and genetic variation among recently evolved sympatric Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) morphs in Lake Þingvallavatn, Iceland

Jóhannes Guðbrandsson Háskóli Íslands
17. maí Borgarlíffræði - hvað er það? /  Urban biology – an introduction Snorri Sigurðsson Reykjavíkurborg
31. maí*** What can the Red Sea teach us about adaptations to extreme environments? Michael Berumen King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
4 júní*** What is essential about rivers for fish, and humans? Lessons on connectivity and connections from four decades Kurt Fausch Colorado State University
5 júní Climate Change in Alaska: Ecological and resource impacts of the rapidly changing cryopshere Jeremy S. Littell Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center
7 júní*** Do cod like it hot? - A century of temperature exposure in Icelandic and Norwegian cod (Gadus morhua) Gotje von Leesen University of Iceland

* Talk is on Thursday 29 Jan.

^ PhD defense is on Wednesday at 13:00

** Talk is on Thursday at 12:00 at National Museum of Iceland

^^This presention starts at 13:30 in Room 132

*** Talk in Room 130.

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