EMR conference

 

 

WEB CONFERENCE

The impacts of artificial Electromagnetic Radiations on wildlife (flora and fauna)

 

What do we know?

What are the knowledge gaps?

 

EKLIPSE held a web conference from Monday 22nd of January to Thursday 25th of January 2018 organised in daily afternoon sessions of 2 hours.

EKLIPSE invited a wide range of experts from different disciplines to discuss the current knowledge on the effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) on wildlife. The aim was to highlight the current state of the art in this field, to identify knowledge gaps related to the impacts on different taxonomic groups, to discuss the technical aspects and methodologies used in current studies, and to identify and prioritize key research needs and policy recommendations.

 

You will find below the slides of the presentations that were made along the week:

Monday, 22nd January at 16:00 CET. Introduction session.

Tuesday, 23rd January at 13:30 CET. Thematic session on Plants.

Tuesday, 23rd January at 16:00 CET. Thematic session on Vertebrates.

Wednesday, 24th January at 16:00 CET. Thematic session on Invertebrates.

Thursday, 25th January at 16:00 CET. Transversal elements and conclusions.

 

The video recordings of the web conference will soon be made available on the EKLIPSE Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDYU3o_lZWrHFMDWh3EUdMA/featured

 

If you have attended the web conference, please leave your feedback through our evaluation form.

If  you registered to the web conference, but could not attend it, do not hesitate to let us know why: secretariat@eklipse-mechanism.eu.

 

In case you would like to share links or publications, or to continue discussions on the topic, feel free to use the dedicated thread on our KNOCK Forum. Note that registration is required to post messages.

 

We are currently working on the report that will summarise the key results of the analyses as well as the outcomes of the discussions of the web conference. It should be ready and available in the course of February.