Programme 2016

Printable version of the program can be downloaded from here. Get a glimpse of what is going to be presented in the symposium by reading the Abstract Book.

Thursday 10th March

09:00-9:10 Director of DENVI, Professor Kristina Lindström: Opening words
09:10-10:10 Keynote, Tiina Häyhä: Bridging the scales: from planetary boundaries to national fair shares of the safe operating space
10:10-10:40 COFFEE

1st session: Chair: Anna Salomaa

Aino Assmuth: Optimal carbon storage in generalized size-structured forestry

11:00-11:20 Karna Dahal: Visions and initiatives to carbon neutrality in Helsinki Metropolitan area
11:20-11:40 Farid Karimi: The Role of Socio-cultural factors in Risk Perceptions Concerning Carbon Capture and Storage
11:40-12:00 Mohammad Mozumder: Enhancing resilience of Hilsa fishery through co-management in the context of climate change – A case study of Bangladesh
12:00-13:15 LUNCH

2nd session: Chair: Susanne Suvanto

Paula Kajankari: Cypermethrin – analytics and ecotoxicology

13:35-13:55 Sajan Raju: Insights into the microbial functional diversity in hydrocarbon polluted soils
13:55-14:20 COFFEE
14:20-14:40 Mari Joensuu: Role of macrofauna on sediment stability and nutrient dynamics in coastal environments
14:40-15:00 Jukka-Pekka Myllykangas: Effects of a saltwater inflow on CH4 and N2O dynamics in the water column of the Baltic Sea
15:00-15:20 Sari Uusheimo: In situ diurnal denitrification activity of stream sediments measured by 15N technique


Friday 11th March

09:00-10:00 Keynote, Emery Roe: Reliability & Risk in Ecosystems and Critical infrastructures: High Reliability Management Lessons
for Managing Ecosystem Services & Risks under Conditions of Unpredictability (abstract)
10:00-10:30 COFFEE

1st session: Chair: Farid Karimi

Anna Salomaa: Ecological knowledge in science-policy interface a case of mire conservation policy conflict

10:50-11:10 Susanne Suvanto: Forest damage risk in severe wind storms: what are the roles of forest management, environmental factors and storm type?
11:10-11:30 John McEwan: The Future of Polar-Class Ships to 2035 – a Foresight Assessment by using Policy Delphi
11:30-12:45 LUNCH

2nd session: Chair: Aija Kukkala

Suvi Ignatius: Addressing socio-cultural values in the use and management of Baltic herring

13:05-13:25 Anita Heim: Drivers of food and nutrition security in an African Indigenous group – Research Design
13:25-13:45 Johanna Hohenthal: Mapping meaning: towards participatory approach in water resource management in Taita Hills, Kenya
13:45-14:05 Special guest talk: Victor Maus: Big Earth observation data analytics for land use and land cover change in the Brazilian Amazon