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08. Januar 16:15 - 18:00A discrete model for the impact of sylvatic yellow fever on the howler monkeys (Alouatta guariba clamitans) in Southern Brazil

Ort: Gebäude 93, Raum E07

Veranstalter: Institut für Umweltsystemforschung

Kategorie: Systemwissenschaftliches Kolloquium

Referenten: Prof. Dr. Diomar C. Mistro & Prof. Dr. Luiz A. Rodrigues | The sylvatic yellow fever is an endemic infectious disease in the north and center-west and part of the northeast region of Brasil. It affects mosquitoes (Haemagogus) and nonhuman primates such as the howler monkeys (Alouatta guariba clamitans). A recent outbreak of this infectious disease in the São Paulo state was the cause of a great concern to the Brazilian Ministry for Health. The howler monkeys are considered a...

15. Januar 16:15 - 18:00Welfare effects of fisheries regulation

Ort: Gebäude 93, Raum E07

Veranstalter: Institut für Umweltsystemforschung

Kategorie: Systemwissenschaftliches Kolloquium

Referent: Prof. Dr. Quaas | Fisheries are a prime example for natural common pool resources that are prone to overuse in the absence of proper regulation. However, also under conditions of open access the possibility to use these resources generates economic welfare. Especially small-scale scale fisheries, which often operate under conditions of restricted open access, provide a substantial contribution to food security and coastal livelihoods. These contributions to economic welfare can be...

22. Januar 16:15 - 18:00Neutral theory and host-parasite interactions - tackling the complexity of the microbiome with di_erent modelling approaches

Ort: Gebäude 93, Raum E07

Veranstalter: Institut für Umweltsystemforschung

Kategorie: Systemwissenschaftliches Kolloquium

Dr. Michael Sieber | All animals and plants, from unicellular protists to blue whales, are inhabited by diverse communities of microbial organisms. Those microbial lodgers constitute a host's microbiome and they can have fundamental roles in host functioning and health. This makes understanding the processes that shape the composition of host-associated microbial communities crucial. I will present insights from two di_erent approaches to study the tremendous complexity of the microbiome....

29. Januar 16:15 - 18:00Emergence and transitions in infectious disease dynamics

Ort: Gebäude 93, Raum E07

Veranstalter: Institut für Umweltsystemforschung

Kategorie: Systemwissenschaftliches Kolloquium

Referentin: Prof. Dr. Mirjam Kretzschmar | Recent outbreaks of infectious diseases such as Ebola in West Africa, Q fever in the Netherlands, Zika Virus in South America, but also the HIV pandemic, SARS, and pandemic influenza have shown that globalized society is at increasing risk of outbreaks of emerging pathogens. Mathematical models of infectious diseases can help us understand how various factors influencing transmission of pathogens interact and what are the key parameters in determining...

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