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Programme BaltGene 2017

Preliminary programme 20170410

Thursday 21 September 2017
Friday 22 September 2017

Thursday 21 September 2017
Theme: Genetic diversity in management – why and how

09:30 Coffee and registration

10:00 Welcome. Aims and goals for the meeting. Kerstin Johannesson

10:15 What is genetic diversity and why is it important?
The basics of conservation genetics and examples of how genetic considerations have improved management of marine species.
Fred W Allendorf

11:00 Table discussion

11:15 The genomics revolution and its implication for Baltic Sea species management. Craig Primmer

11:45 Genetic diversity and fisheries management. Dorte Bekkevold 

12:15 Table discussion

12:30 Lunch

13:30 What we know about Baltic Sea genetic biodiversity and how is it of relevance for management. Lovisa Wennerström

14:00 How do we deal with genetic biodiversity in different countries?
A management perspective. Panel discussion.

14:30 Workshops. Discussions in groups with chair and rapporteur, 6-7 persons per group.

15:15 Coffee and tea

16:00 Reports from group discussions, including suggestions for management. Each rapporteur.

17:00 End of day 1

Friday 22 September 2017
Theme: Marine spatial planning as a tool for managing genetic biodiversity

08:00 Breakfast

09:00 Is genetic diversity used in marine management today?
Annica Sandström

09:30 On the distribution of MPAs - genetic aspects. Per Jonsson  

10:00 Monitoring marine genetic diversity. A Swedish pilotproject. 
– Elisabeth Sahlsten, SwAM (Swedish Agency for Marine and Water          Management)
– Linda Laikre, BONUS BAMBI: The trout pilot.
– Kerstin Johannesson, BONUS BAMBI: The seaweed pilot.

10:30 Table discussions with coffee and tea

11:00 Workshop topic: MPAs and other measures for managing genetic biodiversity. Discussion in groups with chair and rapporteur, 6-7 persons per group.

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Group discussions continued

13:45 Reports from group discussions, including suggestions for management. Each rapporteaur

14:30 Summary and conclusions of the day. Carl André

15:00 End of meeting and good bye. Kerstin Johannesson
Coffée and tea.


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