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Enfermedades Emergentes y Especies Invasoras en Planes de Conservación de Especies Amenazadas Wednesday, 15 de June de 2016

4 septiembre 2016

Este curso es parte del workshop incluido en el Simposio Internacional de Astacología. http://iaa21rjb.es/workshop/

 


Incluido en el programa de posgrado CSIC
Idioma: inglés
Horas: 8h
Fecha: 4 de septiembre 2016
Lugar: "Salón de Actos" del Real Jardín Botánico 09.00- 17.00
Investigador responsable: Javier Diéguez-Uribeondo

 

 

 

 

 


Program


Presentation


09.00. Conservation Plans for Endangered Species Facing the Threat of Emerging Diseases and Invasive Species
Javier Diéguez-Uribeondo and Tadashi Kawaii


Invasive species


09.10. Biological invasions: problems and possible solutions
Elena Tricarico, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italia


09.30. The invasive species situation in Australia
James Furse. Griffith University, Queensland, Australia


09.50. An overview of aquatic invasive species in the US: from Mysis shrimp to Nile crocodiles
Susan Adams. Southern Research Station Ashville. USDA. US


10.10. Rainbow trout threatening amphibians of The Andes
Laura Martin Torrijos. RJB-CSIC, Spain


10.20. The Asian predatory wasp and the small hive beetle: invasive species in Europe
Raquel Martín-Rodríguez, Centro Agrario de Marchamalo (IRIAF), Guadalajara, Spain


10.40. COFFEE


Emerging Diseases


11.15. Fungi and the problem of emergence in virulence
Arturo Casadevall, Albert Einstein Collage of Medicine, New York, US


11.45. Fusarium egg-disease: an emerging disease in sea turtles
Melissa Sarmiento RJB-CSIC, Spain


11.55. The fungus Aspergillus sydowii in Corals
María del Mar Soler MNCN-CSIC, Spain


12.05. Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia): an obligate intracellular parasite of bees
Raquel Martín-Hernández, Centro Agrario de Marchamalo (IRIAF), Guadalajara, Spain


12.25. The white spot virus in crustaceans: a serious concern
Kenneth Söderhäll, Universidad de Uppsala, Sweden


12.45. Evolutionary applications for the identification of disease threats to biodiversity
Javier Pérez-Tris, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain


13.05 LUNCH


Dealing with invasive species and emerging diseases: the crayfish experience


13.45. Invasive plants in fragmented ecosystems: research on oceanic islands
Pablo Vargas, RJB-CSIC, Spain


14.00. Invasive crayfish and crayfish plague: two for the price of one.
Javier Diéguez Uribeondo. RJB-CSIC, Spain


14.15. eDNA-monitoring of the crayfish plague Aphanomyces astaci
Trude Vrålstad. Veterinary Institute, Norway.


14.30. Crayfisheries management Finnish style: ignore warnings and implement on personal desires
Jappo Jussila, Eastern University, Finland.


14.45. Dealing with invasive species and diseases: the crayfish experience in Sweden?
Lennart Edsman, SLU Stockholm, Sweden


15.00. The need of a conservation plan for native crayfish species of far-east Asia
Tadashi Kawaii. Wakkanai Fisheries Research Institution. Japan


15.15 COFFE


15.45- 17.00. ROUND TABLE. How to deal with both emerging and invasive species

 

Resumen


Emerging diseases and invasive species are one of the major problems currently faced by conservation plans for endangered species. Recent  investigations indicate that both emerging diseases and invasive species are on the rise due to the synergistic effects of climate change and habitat destruction. Their impact on ecosystem services is increasingly recognized as a worldwide threat to natural ecosystems and biodiversity.

 

Successful management for these two factors is a key aspect for the development and implementation of conservation plans, especially, in aquatic ecosystems. The course will be given by specialists in main emerging diseases and invasive species and will consist on 10-30 min lectures providing examples on how to deal with these two problems. Crucial aspects of biology, epidemiology, early detection, identification of routes of introduction and pathways of dispersal, and development of efficient control measures will be discussed. The lectures will also deal with main pathogens on diverse animal species such as reptiles (e.g., Fusarium spp on sea turtles), amphibians (e.g., Saprolegnia spp), crustaceans (e.g., crayfish plague pathogen Aphanomyces astaci), bees (e.g., Nosema spp), corals (e.g., Aspergillus sydowii), as well as with main invasive species of the world such as the Asian predatory wasp (Vespa velutina), the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), the red-swamp and signal crayfish (Procambarus clarkii and Pacifastacus leniusculus), and the invasive plants. The titles of the presentations will be: Crayfish and crayfish plague: two invasive species for the price of one; Biological invasions: problems and possible solutions; The invasive species situation in Australia; Rainbow trout threatening amphibians species of The Andes; The Asian predatory wasp and the small hive beetle: invasive species in Europe; The invasive plants: problems around the world; Fungi and the problem of emergence in virulence; Fusarium egg-disease: an emerging disease in sea turtles; The fungus Aspergillus sydowii in Corals; The Oomycetes. Who do you think they are?; The Saprolegnia threat on amphibians; Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia): an obligate intracellular parasite of bees; Evolutionary applications for the identification of disease threats to biodiversity; Emerging diseases and immune system; eDNA-monitoring of the crayfish plague Aphanomyces astaci; Crayfisheries management Finnish style: ignore warnings and implement on personal desires, The decline of the invasive signal crayfish in Scandinavia; The need of a conservation plan for native crayfish species of far-east Asia; followed by a Round table discussion on how to deal with both emerging and invasive species

 

 

Más información: http://iaa21rjb.es/workshop/ 

 

 

 

 

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