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  • birdhealth.nl
    important to be recognized as an interesting potential for science and IPY My own assessment is that this will smoothen future requests for national support enormously In this view it is important to contact your national IPY committee On the form to the international IPY committee it is asked if the national committee supports the initiative I hope to get support from the Netherlands but have asked to go to a similar procedure to all people joined Please use a combined action together with other people which can join the project Email adresses of people named on the website can be send to you via email The easiest way is to just send the plan as it is now to the national secretariate Adresses can be found on www ipy org or on http www biol rug nl loonen ipy under initiatives Any suggestions for changes in the plan are welcome Please notify me on any reactions or initiatives so I can mark these on the website http www biol rug nl loonen ipy In short the aim of the project is 1 Geographic variation in infections parasites and immune system functioning in birds 2 An effect study on individually

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    expert Erikstad Kjell Einar Norway Seabird population ecology life history evolution Fouchier Ron The Netherlands Virology Gabrielsen Geir Wing Norway Ecophysiology and ecotoxicology in birds Galaktionov Kirill Russia Parasites of Arctic marine and shorebirds fauna life cycles transmission Ganter Barbara Germany breeding waders in N Norway Gaston Tony Canada Seabird ecology demography Gavrilo Maria RUSSIA Marine bird population status distribution and conservation Arctic and Antarctic Hansbro Phil Australia Sampling wild birds in Australia Bird bourne infections such as Campylobacter avian influenza virus Hanssen Sveinn Are NORWAY immunoecology Harding Ann USA Feeding and breeding ecology of Arctic seabirds Heesterbeek Hans The Netherlands population dynamics theoretical epidemiology Heinicke Thomas Germany goose expert especially Bean Goose complex Bean Goose ringing program German Goose monitoring program Jenkins Emily Canada wildlife veterinary medicine parasitology disease ecology Klaassen Marcel The Netherlands animal ecophysiology migration waterfowl and shorebirds plant animal interactions long distance connectivity behaviour based modelling Kruckenberg Helmut Germany European Whitefronted Goose project Goose migration arctic experiences Lanctot Richard USA Shorebird breeding ecology at Barrow Alaska Lebedeva Hooft Lena The Netherlands shorebirds and passerines migration ecology Migrate now myself between Groningen and Russia Loonen Maarten The Netherlands arctic goose ecology Madsen Jesper Denmark arctic goose ecology McCoy Karen FRANCE evolutionary ecology of host parasite interactions seabirds ectoparasites tick borne disease immunoecology Muehle Ralf Udo Germany wetland ecology waterfowl migration Munster Vincent The Netherlands influenza virology Müller Thomas Germany epidemiology virology waterfowl migration Nanayakkara Aravinda srilanka conservation of birds reptiles and amphebiens immunoecological studies on the srilankan forests and ecologicaly importad areas Nash Patricia Canada seabird ecology contaminant sampling effect of contaminants on waterfowl Nol Erica Canada Arctic shorebird ecology and conservation Nolet Bart Netherlands wildfowl ecology Olsen Björn Sweden BIBO Bird Borne Infections infections in general Avian Flu Campylobacter Salmonella Tick bird borne pathogens Antibiotic resistant

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    parasites distribution specificity and effect to hosts Nolet Bart Netherlands wildfowl ecology Piersma Theunis Netherlands animal ecology waders Reneerkens Jeroen Netherlands waders Banks Jonathan New Zealand Evolutionary biology and host parasite coevolution especially of penguins Bech Claus Norway Energetics of arctic breeding birds Bustnes Jan Ove Norway Arctic bird ecology ecotoxiclolgy Erikstad Kjell Einar Norway Seabird population ecology life history evolution Gabrielsen Geir Wing Norway Ecophysiology and ecotoxicology in birds Hanssen Sveinn Are NORWAY immunoecology Sagerup Kjetil Norway Effect of contaminants on arctic seabirds immunoecology Savinova Tatiana Norway Environmental contaminants in Arctic marine environment effect of contaminants on arctic birds Stempniewicz Lech Poland seabird ecology Galaktionov Kirill Russia Parasites of Arctic marine and shorebirds fauna life cycles transmission Gavrilo Maria RUSSIA Marine bird population status distribution and conservation Arctic and Antarctic Barbosa Andres Spain Interaction host parasite immunoecology antarctic penguins climate change Nanayakkara Aravinda srilanka conservation of birds reptiles and amphebiens immunoecological studies on the srilankan forests and ecologicaly importad areas Olsen Björn Sweden BIBO Bird Borne Infections infections in general Avian Flu Campylobacter Salmonella Tick bird borne pathogens Antibiotic resistant pathogens in particular Dorrestein Gerry M The Netherlands Veterinarian and pathologist specialist in avian diseases exotic animals and wildlife Specially interested in the relationship between pathogens and avian host and the mechanisms involved Ebbinge Bart The Netherlands international goose expert Fouchier Ron The Netherlands Virology Heesterbeek Hans The Netherlands population dynamics theoretical epidemiology Klaassen Marcel The Netherlands animal ecophysiology migration waterfowl and shorebirds plant animal interactions long distance connectivity behaviour based modelling Lebedeva Hooft Lena The Netherlands shorebirds and passerines migration ecology Migrate now myself between Groningen and Russia Loonen Maarten The Netherlands arctic goose ecology Munster Vincent The Netherlands influenza virology Tieleman Irene The Netherlands animal ecophysiology van den Brink Nico The Netherlands wildlife ecotoxicologist Antarctic environmental contamination

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    Health in arctic breeding birds Thanks Back to list of participants Back to home page

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    funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science In this project we applied for money to do analyses of contaminants together with screening of several diseases in penguins This money will be added to the amount of money we had previously to take data on parasites and immunity of antarctic penguins We have now published a paper about geographical variation in immunoglobulins in penguins although the data were taken

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    this topic with the form at the bottom of this page A taste of fieldwork you can find on the weblog of the Netherlands Arctic Station in Spitsbergen www arcticstation nl You can enter your reaction on the topic listed

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    sampling protocol it is very simple even for field conditions for Coccidia parasites to those who were interested If anyone else has interest in collaboration on Coccidiosis please contact me directly olga dolnik yahoo de we can discuss the sampling goals ets Cheers Olga Loonen Maarten add comments on this topic with the form at the bottom of this page A minisymposium on Avian Influenze organised at the University of

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    Groningen We should be able to have one of us participating I can recall that we are interested in the evolutionary ecology of host parasite interactions using seabirds as models Two main axes of our work are 1 the evolutionary ecology of host specialisation with the seabird tick system as a model e g McCoy al 2005 Proc Roy Soc B and 2 the evolutionary ecology of the maternal transfer of antibodies e g Gasparini et al 2001 Proc Roy Soc B We are working notably in Northern Norway in collaboration with Torkild Tveraa and we are both interested in i increasing our sampling of seabird ticks Ixodes uriae and blood plasma from various locations host species we can send our simple sampling protocole upon request and ii contributing to sampling in arctic seabird colonies for other groups e g the Coccidiosis study of Olga Dolnik I guess the workshop should be the occasion to discuss these things together but I agree with Rick Lanctot that we should make sure that the potential contributions of people who will not attend the meeting are considered Andres if you think you can put your hands on penguin ticks we would be very interested by those Cheers Thierry Boulinier Karen McCoy Vincent Staszewski and others Braune Birgit reaction on previous text Dear Maarten Although I was originally planning to propose some work on effects of contaminants in arctic seabirds I will no longer be pursuing that work However I will still be looking at contaminants in selected seabird species and their prey If someone else wishes to utilize the birds collected thick billed murres and possibly northern fulmars for pathological or parasitological studies they should contact Tony Gaston who is organizing the collections Jenkins Emily reaction on previous text Hi Maarten Unfortunately the

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