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    birdhealth nl nbsp home nbsp plan nbsp news nbsp join nbsp reactions nbsp downloads nbsp expeditions nbsp contact news about funding

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    of indivdiual birds with medicine could show the causal link between health and fitness More details can be found here The international polar year The international polar year IPY offers a unique opportunity to enhance international cooperation in a multidisciplinary approach It should channel extra funding for arctic research to specific research projects With this website I hope to make contact with interested parties and develop the project in more

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    parasites Low densities of animals isolation and cold weather conditions may hamper the occurrence of pathogens and parasites Migration to Arctic breeding grounds would then be an adaptation to reduce the risk of infection Piersma Oikos 1997 80 623 631 Studying these issues on species which reproduce along a latitudinal gradient offers an opportunity to further explore this hypothesis and the special role of the Arctic Infected migratory birds can be vectors of diseases and parasites with important economic consequences Avian influenza is an example of a virus which is common in wild birds and for which migratory waterfowl has been described as a potential source for the outbreak in the Netherlands in 2003 which caused the killing of millions of chicken in an effort to stop the epidemic infection The rapid spread of the West Nile Virus in North America is another example Pathogens and parasites are not always lethal and wild birds show regularly traces of past infections and co existence These traces can be correlated to population structuring processes via parameters of individual fitness like survival reproduction and behaviour Individual marked birds with a high re sighting probability throughout the annual cycle are an optimal study object for relating health issues to non lethal performance Manipulation of health by curing infections with medicine Righi Gauthier Can J Zool 2002 80 1077 1083 and testing the immuno respons of individual animals Deerenberg et al Proc Roy Soc Biol Sci Series B 1997 264 1021 1029 are experimental techniques to further examine the relation between health and fitness Objectives Study geographical variation in measures of health of arctic breeding birds and passed and present infections in relation to fitness Manipulate health with medical treatment and study the effect on fitness Model temporal changes in geographic variation Methodology still under

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    He will study pinguin colonies in the Antarctic 2 June 2006 All four proposals under the BIRDHEALTH initiative send to the Netherlands Science Foundation have been funded BIRDHEALTH is in bussiness with The Netherlands as a basis 3 post doc positions one Ph D position and one technician Stay in contact and follow the latest news 3 Feb 2006 The first workshop is announced A meeting in Groningen 22 24 March 2006 sponsored by the Netherlands Science Foundation For details click here 25 Jan 2006 Deadlines for funding proposals Norway 15 March 2006 Sveinn Are Hanssen Canada 10 March 2006 Emily Jenkins Germany no open round Helmut Kruckenberg UK no open round Eileen Rees USA see http www nsf gov od opp ipy ipyinfo jsp 18 Jan 2006 In the Netherlands four projects were posted for funding Abstracts and full documents can be found here 13 Dec 2005 We have received endorsement of CAFF Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna www caff is To view their letter click here 25 Nov 2005 For France Thierry Boulinier made a small proposal proposal 3 Nov 2005 The full proposal is evaluated by the International IPY committee positively The letter can be found here The Joint Committee considers that your proposal as submitted includes very strong scientific components and demonstrates a high level of organisation and of adherence to the IPY themes and goals Based on the materials provided the Joint Committee has every reason to believe that the activity as proposed will constitute a prominent and valued part of the IPY program and therefore conditionally endorses your submission 30 Sept 2005 The full proposal is submitted to www ipy org A draft version of the full proposal is send to all partners See downloads for this document 5 Aug 2005 Some fieldwork

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    wetland ecology waterfowl migration Barbosa Andres Spain Interaction host parasite immunoecology antarctic penguins climate change McCoy Karen FRANCE evolutionary ecology of host parasite interactions seabirds ectoparasites tick borne disease immunoecology Boulinier Thierry France Population ecology seabirds evolutionary ecology of host parasite interactions ectoparasites tick borne disease immunoecology Savinova Tatiana Norway Environmental contaminants in Arctic marine environment effect of contaminants on arctic birds Dolnik Olga Germany Russia Intestinal protozoan parasites Coccidia in migrating birds host parasite interactions Gaston Tony Canada Seabird ecology demography Sericano Jose USA Organic Contaminants Fate and Effects of Xenobiotics in the Environment including Antarctic Birds Nol Erica Canada Arctic shorebird ecology and conservation Heinicke Thomas Germany goose expert especially Bean Goose complex Bean Goose ringing program German Goose monitoring program Nash Patricia Canada seabird ecology contaminant sampling effect of contaminants on waterfowl Harding Ann USA Feeding and breeding ecology of Arctic seabirds Douglas Causey USA Avian zoonotic disease seabird genetics and ecology Lanctot Richard USA Shorebird breeding ecology at Barrow Alaska rockwell robert usa population biology snow geese Müller Thomas Germany epidemiology virology waterfowl migration Kruckenberg Helmut Germany European Whitefronted Goose project Goose migration arctic experiences Sagerup Kjetil Norway Effect of contaminants on arctic seabirds immunoecology Gabrielsen Geir Wing Norway Ecophysiology and ecotoxicology in birds Stempniewicz Lech Poland seabird ecology Jenkins Emily Canada wildlife veterinary medicine parasitology disease ecology Gavrilo Maria RUSSIA Marine bird population status distribution and conservation Arctic and Antarctic van den Brink Nico The Netherlands wildlife ecotoxicologist Antarctic environmental contamination Bustnes Jan Ove Norway Arctic bird ecology ecotoxiclolgy Erikstad Kjell Einar Norway Seabird population ecology life history evolution Galaktionov Kirill Russia Parasites of Arctic marine and shorebirds fauna life cycles transmission Cromie Ruth United Kingdom Veterinarian responsible for the monitoring and research into animal health of wild birds and collections of the Wildfowl and

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    will analyse Experimentation Model species barnacle geese brent geese pinkfooted goose bewick s swan Field sites Spitsbergen Taymir Petsjora Ecological immunology Parasitology coccidiosis cestodes nematodes ecto parasites Virusses avian influenzea newcastle disease west nile virus Antibodies Pollution levels Fitness Resightings Use of dead birds Modelling when Andres Barbosa reaction on previous text Hi everyone The dates for the international meeting in March are good for me Merry chritsmas and happy new year Andres Dolnik Olga reaction on previous text Hi everyone 23 24 March is fine for me too See you there Merry Christmas Olga Dolnik Olga add reaction to this message As my part of the project I am planning checking the birds for intestinal parasites in particular Coccidiosis I do not know what kind of sampling you do blood feathers faeces etc I just thought may be it makes sense if I can join it so that I get faeces samples of your birds if you do not need them by your own to check for Coccidiosis It would be easier for me to get the money if I don t have to include my travel costs to every project site and for you it will be additional money for sampling and we can publish the results together The data of Coccidia infection Coccidia species prevalence and intensity may be put together with the other data on birds state and health separate or as a general picture as age and body mass other parasite infections survival and predator risk number of eggs chicks survival of chicks contamination and many others I hope at least part of our project can become a complex study made by a team of specialists from different fields Many thanks to Maarten for starting this work The very best for you all Cheers Olga Dolnik barbosa andres add reaction to this message Dear Maarten and everyone Thank you for the info I agree with you that a lot of work is needed to implement the project I have already financial support for our sampling in Antarctic within our current project however in December the Spanish government will release an special call for the IPY and we will apply demanding money for new analyses not included in the current project The sample sites are already defined They are as follows including the species that will be sampled Cove Potter King George island 62º15 S 58º37 W P antarctica P papua P adeliae Hannah Point Linvingston Island 62º39 S 60º36 W P papua Deception island 63º00 S 60º40 W P antartica George Point Ronge Island 64º40 S 62º40 W P antartica P papua Yalour Island 64º46 S 64º04 W P adeliae Avian Island 67º46 S 68º43 W P adeliae Cheers Andres Loonen Maarten add reaction to this message Our full proposal is endorsed by the International IPY commitee see letter Now we have to proceed In Canada there is already a deadline for proposals on 30 Nov 2005 Other countries will have calls early next year

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    Full proposal send to the Norwegian IPY committee 20060331 In support of other IPY initiatives Tony Gaston Emily Jenkins and Mike Gill have received endorsement letters from the coordinator of BIRDHEALTH 20060322 Full proposals in the Netherlands Proposal Theme Positions Birdhealth general project coordination Loonen sampling and experimentation post doc assistent Piersma ecological immunlogy and genetics post doc Klaassen avian influenza ph d Heesterbeek modelling post doc Abstracts can be

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