The presentations during the 2019 DENVI Annual Meeting will be held in the form of Digital Posters. This format allows greater flexibility and freedom in the choice of presentation. The format is a cross-over between traditional poster sessions and oral presentations.
|Gender-disaggregated prioritization of climate smart agriculture technologies in Taita Taveta County, Kenya
|Aina Brias Guinart
|Linking Biodiversity Conservation and Education. An exploratory research of Education Programmes implemented in Protected Areas in Madagascar
|Agroecological Symbiosis: A Story of People in Place
|Additive effects on the dissipation of herbicides in surface soil
|Networks in Urban Climate Policy
|Transforming dichotomic thinking – A four-paradigm framework for contradictions
|Spatial prioritization of accessibility to urban green areas
|The Archipelago ecosystem and cultural services – links to management decisions
|Microremains in dental calculus
|Identifying transformative adaptation in agri-food systems – so what?
|Forest Owners’ Decisions to Safeguard Forest Biodiversity: An Application of Theory of Planned Behavior
|The importance of urban greenspace soils in the provision of ecosystem services
|High resolution spatial conservation prioritization of Finnish forests
|Devolution of forest functions, rights and impact on sustainable forest management in Taita Taveta County, Kenya
|Competencies for Sustainability to Competencies for Sustainability Science
|Complementation of Scientific Monitoring & Indigenous and Local Knowledge
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|#rhino – volume and sentiment of social media posts pertaining to an endangered species and its conservation
|Shrinking fish and their dynamics with predators: the eco-evolutionary aspect
|Can ecological risk assessment inform marine resource governance? A case study for seabed mining
|Incorporating stakeholders’ values into environmental decision support
|Changes in the rural cultural landscape in Finland
|Towards a sustainable small port – perspectives of boaters’ and port actors’
|Perspectives of international forestry scientists on the challenges of science policy interactions
|Analyzing the use and usability of probabilistic models in oil spill risk governance in the Baltic Sea
|Permafrost peatlands in warming climate – Paleo perspective
|Second Home Owners and Regional Development: Impact, contribution and expectations
|Strengthening farmers’ adaptive capacity to climate change
|The Effect of Urban Environment on Children’s Commensal Microbiota and Immune System
|Transition to recycling society – comparison between Austria, Sweden and Finland
|Hypolimnetic withdrawal and treatment as a new method of lake restoration and nutrient recycling
|Evaluation, gap analysis and potential expansion of Finnish Marine Protected Areas
|Household energy smart metering – A practice theory approach to map challenges and opportunities to steer household energy consumption
Instructions to presenters
How does it work?
Each presenter brings their own laptop computer and sets up on a table. Members of the audience roam around the room and choose to listen in to a digital poster, attracted by the visualisation on the laptop screen, the conversation that is already in progress or by the title and keywords of the poster (which are printed out and attached to the tables). To further inspire the audience to visit a poster table, each presenter gives a 2-minute teaser presentation in the beginning of the digital poster session.
What and how to prepare?
First and foremost, prepare for the digital poster itself. You have great freedom in terms of the actual format of the “poster” – for instance, it can consist of a few slides, of an interactive demonstration of a tool you developed for your research, or of a scaled-down version of a paper poster.
Be sure to also prepare 1-2 slides for the 2-minute teaser presentation that takes place just before the poster session. You want to wet the appetite of the audience, and spark their interest in visiting your digital poster. The format of the teaser presentation is strict: max. 2 slides, 2 minutes presentation time. Please make sure to hand in the presentation slides in the morning, between 9 and 9:25 a.m., in PowerPoint format.
Can I bring my (already existing) poster?
Unfortunately you cannot bring a printed poster, because the venue does not allow us to put posters up, and the tables are too small to fit posters. You can, however, take your existing poster and split its content into a few slides, or show it from your laptop’s screen (panning and zooming as in a Prezi presentation).