PONENCIAS

 Tuesday 11th November
 9:00-10:00  OPENING CONFERENCE AND OFFICIAL WELCOMING
  BLOCK 1. SITUATION.
10:00 “Changes of crane migration on the West European route and their reasons” Hartwig Prange
10:30 “Wintering of common cranes in Spain. A summary of results 1979-2014”Juan Carlos Alonso
11:00 “The common crane, Grus grus, wintering in Spain and Morocco. Distribution and census of the population (2013/14)”Jose Antonio Román
11:30-12:00 COFFEE BREAK
  BLOCK 2. POPULATION.
12:00 “The development of gathering and resting of cranes in Mecklenburg-Worpommern.”Wolfgang Mewes
12:30 Eurasian crane Grus Grus breeding population development for Germany and Mecklenburg- Vorpommern over the past 40 years.”Andreas Boldt
13:00 “Monitoring of the Eurasian crane in Estonia, period 2010−2014”Aivar Leito
13:30-15:00 LUNCH
 
15.00 “Current situation of the Eurasian Crane in France and recent evolutions”Alain Salvi
15:30 “Crane migration at Lake Hornborga, Sweden”Clas Hermansson
16:00 “Recruitment challenges in an augmented sandhill crane population.”Scott Hereford
16:30 “Changes in the demoiselle crane status during last 20 years.”Elena Ilyashenko
  BLOCK 3. AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AND DAMAGES.
17:00 “Solving crop damage sustainably.”Jeb Barzen
17:30-18:00 COFFEE BREAK
18:00 “Land management strategies to prevent crop damage: implications of field selection by common cranes (Grus grus)”Lovisa Nilsson
18:30 “Common cranes (Grus grus) and crop damage in Sweden – how to mitigate the conflict?”Johan Månsson
19:00 “Relationship between changes in agricultural practices and common cranes feeding behavior close to the Reserve of Arjuzanx – Diagnosis and issues”Patrick Dulau
19:30 “The Cañizar Lake, threats and future challenges for the biggest freshwater wetland inland Spain”Jose Carlos Rubio

 

 Wednesday 12th November
  BLOCK 4. MIGRATION AND TELEMETRY.
9:00 “Of cranes and men. How they cooperate to reachtheir vital goals in Turkey    Françoise Arnaud-Demir
9:30 “Activity patterns of a juvenile GPS/GMS tagged Eurasian crane”Anne Kettner
10:00 “Migration patterns of a juvenile GPS/GSM tagged Eurasian crane”Günter Nowald
10:30 “A new crane migration route from east to west along the alps.”Miriam Hansbauer
11:00-11.30 COFFEE BREAK
11:30 “Flyways and staging of Eurasian cranes breeding in northern Sweden.”Ulf Skyllberg
12:00 “Intimate details of common crane life revealed by GPS telemetry”Ramunas Zydelis
12:30 “Migration tactics in the Eurasian crane (Grus grus) in reaching Ethiopian over-wintering sites as revealed by satellite telemetry.”Ivar Ojaste
13:00 Colour banded  cranes in Czech Republic“Markéta Ticháčková
  “Ecology and population development of the Eurasian crane (Grus grus) in the Czech Republic” Petr Lumpe
13:30-15:15 LUNCH
  Excursion to DAROCA

 

 Thursday 13th November
  BLOCK 5. GENETIC AND OTHERS.
8:30 “Molecular genetic approaches in conservation of the Siberian crane.”Elena Mudrik
9:00 “Population genetic studies of the common crane.”Dmitry Politov
9:30 “Identification of female common cranes Grus grus through their clutches.”Henriette Höltje
10:00 “A global initiative to address crane and power line interactions”Claire Mirande
10:30 -11:00 COFFEE BREAK
   
11:00 “The UK common crane reintroduction 2010 – 2014.”   Damon Bridge
11:30 “The Population dynamics of the island population of the Red-crowned Crane in the last 30 years”Kunikazu Momose
12:00 “Managing conflicts that arise when crane populations rebound – An example from Sandhill Cranes in North America”Jeb Barzen
12:30 “Gallocanta’s agri-environmental measures: 20 years managing the conflict between cranes and agricultural production”Pablo Munilla
13.00 DESIGNACIÓN PRÓXIMA SEDE/ELECCIÓN NUEVO PRESIDENTEACTO DE CIERRE DE CONGRESO
   
14:00-15:30 LUNCH
15:30 Excursion to GALLOCANTA LAKE

 

POSTER CONTRIBUTIONS

DAILY ACTIVITY OF SIBERIAN CRANE CHICKS IN OKA BREEDING CENTRE Galina Nosachenko & Kirill Postelnykh
CASES OF RACHITIS IN WILD EURASIAN CRANESTatiana Kashentseva & Kirill Postelnykh
INFLUENCE OF TOPOGRAFIC FACTORS ON COMMON CRANE DISTRIBUTION IN UKRAINEPolina Redchuk, Anton Biatov, Hennadiy Fesenko & Postelnykh Kirill
modern changes in the distribution and number of Eurasian crane in ukrainePetro I. Gorlov
THE COMMON CRANE PRE-MIGRATORY CONGREGATION ON ADJACENT TERRITORIES OF MORDOVIAN STATE NATURE RESERVE, RUSSIAElvira Sharapova
THE COMMON CRANE AS THE SUBJECT OF SCHOOL STUDENTS’ RESEARCH ACTIVITIES IN ECOLOGICAL CAMP N.Yu. Kiseleva & O.A. Nekipelova
THE POST-FIRE COMMON CRANE POPULATION TRENDS IN KEY HABITATS IN NIZHNY NOVGOROD REGION  S.V. Bakka, N.Yu. Kiseleva, O.S. Noskova, D.A. Denisov,A.Ye. Sherstnev & G.N. Sherstneva
PRACTICE OF ESTIMATION OF THE COMMON CRANE POPULATION IN NIZHNY NOVGOROD REGION USING THE UTM GRIDS.V. Bakka, N.Yu. Kiseleva & D.A. Denisov
DATA ON AUTUMN ASSEMBLIES OF THE EURASIAN CRANE (Grus grus) IN THE MOSCOW REGION IN 2011-2013O.N. Voloshina & P.V. Basikhin
CHANGING ATTITUDE TOWARDS CRANES AT LAKE TANA, ETHIOPIA Werner Schroeder, Wolfgang Beisenherz, Bernhard Walter, Günter Nowald
COMMON CRANE (Grus grus) COUNT IN EXTREMADURA (SW SPAIN). WINTERS: 2012/13 and 2013/14J.A. Román Álvarez & M. Gómez Calzado
CENSUS AND RESOURCE USE BY THE COMMON CRANE (Grus grus) IN THE CENTRAL ZONE OF EXTREMADURA IN THE WINTERS OF 2012/13 AND 2013/14

  1. Gómez Calzado & J.A. Román Álvarez
COMMON CRANE (GRUS GRUS) ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW WINTERING AREAS IN ARAGON (NORTHEAST SPAIN)Manuel Alcántara ; Francisco Hernández;  Juan Carlos Albero;  Enrique Pelayo;  José Luis Rivas;  Francisco Javier Sampietro &  Javier Sanz 
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