ICAIS

Thursday

All presentation times listed on the preliminary program are in Central European Summer Time (CEST), UTC+2.
Please note that the program is subject to change.

Thursday, April 21, 2022

    Updated 04/17/2022
A-7 – Albert
Honouring Dr. Olaf Weyl
08:30-08:50
A Tribute to Dr. Olaf Weyl
Nicholas E. Mandrak, University of Toronto Scarborough, CANADA
08:50-09:10
Ecomorphological trait analysis as a risk assessment tool for invasive freshwater fish species
Leopold A.J. Nagelkerke, Wageningen University, THE NETHERLANDS
09:10-09:30
Common carp – a highly adaptable invasive fish in South Africa’s largest river
Josephine Pegg, South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, SOUTH AFRICA
09:30-09:50
Alien species management: can acoustic telemetry data be used to optimise catch rates of invasive common carp in South Africa?
Dinah Mukhari, South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, SOUTH AFRICA
09:50-10:10
Who went where: opportunistic dispersal, behavioural syndromes, and habitat-morphology correlations in invasive common carp
Paul Bzonek, University of Toronto Scarborough, CANADA
B-7 – Fabiola
Education and Outreach
08:30-08:50
RESCHEDULED – The social aspects of biological invasions – involving stakeholders in the research on the establishment of the European flounder
Theresa Henke, University of Iceland Research Center of the Westfjords, ICELAND
08:50-09:10 Virtual
Pint-sized solutions to aquatic invasive species: can we drink our problems away?
Sara Stahlman, Pennsylvania Sea Grant, USA
09:10-09:30 Virtual
Fishing in the dark: lack of eco-labelling leaves consumers unaware
Mariah Millington, Griffith University, AUSTRALIA
09:30-09:50 Virtual
Invasive alien species: project on improvement of understanding and communication among EU stakeholders
Dolores Byrne, Institute of Technology Sligo, UK
09:50-10:10
Bugs 2 the rescue: a citizen science project
Iris Stiers, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BELGIUM
C-7 – Elisabeth
Ecological risks and impacts: fishes
08:30-08:50
Differences in behavioural anti-predator strategies between two invasive gobies and their native competitors
Tomasz Kakareko, Nicolaus Copernicus University, POLAND
08:50-09:10
Bighead carp in changing climates: changing maturation ages and population performance
Erik Dean, University of Toronto Scarborough, CANADA
09:10-09:30
Causes and consequences of the threespine stickleback invasion in Lake Constance
Pieter Spaak, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag), SWITZERLAND
09:30-09:50
Dynamic and trophic impact of the round goby in a restored section of the Old Rhine River
Cybill Staentzel, Ecole Nationale du Génie de l’Eau et de l’Environnement, FRANCE
09:50-10:10 Virtual
Invasion risks of naked goby, Gobiosoma bosc, to North Sea transitional waters under current and future climate
Prof. Dr. Gordon H. Copp, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, UK
D-7 – Boudewijn
Ecological risks and impacts
08:30-08:50
RESCHEDULED – Prioritizing freshwater invasive alien species in Italy
Elena Tricarico, Università di Firenze, ITALY
08:50-09:10 Virtual
RESCHEDULED – The freshwater biodiversity crisis: what role do plant invasions play?
09:10-09:30
Assessing habitat suitability for native and alien freshwater mussels in the River Waal (the Netherlands), using hydroacoustics and species sensitivity distributions
Natasha Y. Flores, Radboud University, Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
09:30-09:50
Long-term monitoring of benthic invertebrate communities in a highly invaded ecosystem, the Mosel River
Simon Devin, Université de Lorraine, FRANCE
09:50-10:10 Virtual
Effect of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) solms on the growth performance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) (Linnaeus, 1758) in a pond experiment at Sebatamit, Bahirdar Zuria District, Ethiopia
Brehan Mohammed Yesuf, Addis Ababa University, ETHIOPIA
10:10-10:40 – Networking Coffee/Tea Break
A-8
Honouring Dr. Olaf Weyl
10:40-11:00 Virtual
Relative success of novel and conventional surveying methods for detection of a nonindigenous fish in the highly invaded Cape Floristic system of South Africa
Rowshyra Castañeda, University of Toronto Scarborough, CANADA
11:00-11:20 Virtual
Uncovering invasion patterns of Tench (Tinca tinca), a globally-invasive fish: using quantitative retrospective analysis to improve predictions for risk-assessment
Sunčica Avlijaš, McGill University, Redpath Museum, CANADA
11:20-11:40
Resource utilization and morphological trait differences between Oreochromis mossambicus and Oreochromis niloticus in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
Nobuhle Mpanza, South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, SOUTH AFRICA
11:40-12:00
Complex dynamics of African crayfish invasions
Josie South, University of Leeds, UK
12:00-12:20
The biological control of parrots feather, Myriophyllum aquaticum in a cold climate
Philip Weyl, CABI, SWITZERLAND
B-8 – Fabiola
Education and outreach
10:40-11:00
Invasive alien species: project on improvement of understanding and communication amongst the aquatic recreation sector
Eithne Davis, Institute of Technology Sligo, IRELAND
11:00-11:20
Names can have unintended consequences: time to revisit invasive species common names nomenclature?
Samuel S. Chan, Oregon Sea Grant & Oregon State University, USA
11:20-11:40
Webtool for prevention of introduction of invasive alien plants
Baudewijn Odé, FLORON Plant Conservation Netherlands, THE NETHERLANDS
11:40-12:00
The social aspects of biological invasions – involving stakeholders in the research on the establishment of the European flounder (Platichthys flesus) in Iceland
Theresa Henke, University of Iceland Research Center of the Westfjords, ICELAND
C-8 – Elisabeth
Pathways and vectors: shipping
10:40-11:00
Development of a harmonized inter-regional seas management strategy for biofouling in Europe
Saa Henry Kabuta, Rijkswaterstaat, Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, Netherlands, THE NETHERLANDS
11:00-11:20
Rapid assessment of invasive marine species in Irish marinas
Katie O’Shaugnessy, APEM, Ltd., UK
11:20-11:40
A test system to evaluate eDNA/eRNA for detection of ballast-mediated aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes
Matthew Gruwell, The Pennsylvania State University, Behrend College, USA
11:40-12:00 Virtual
The freshwater biodiversity crisis: what role do plant invasions play?
Zarah Pattison, Newcastle University, UK
D-8 – Boudewijn
Resilience of ecosystems
10:40-11:00
Anthropogenically induced adaptation to invade (AIAI) – assessing the stress resistance of populations from anthropogenically impacted versus protected habitat
Elizabeta Briski, GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel, GERMANY
11:00-11:20 Virtual
Invasive alien aquatic plant species management drives aquatic ecosystem community recovery: an exploration using stable isotope analysis
Samuel Motitsoe, Rhodes University, SOUTH AFRICA
11:20-11:40
Zooplankton dynamics in a highly invaded river ecosystem: trophic interactions in the face of climate change in the Columbia River
Stephen M. Bollens, Washington State University, USA
11:40-12:00
Dynamic and genetic structure of the quagga mussel, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis, in the Moselle River ten years after its first observation
Jean-Nicolas Beisel, Ecole Nationale du Génie de l’Eau et de l’Environnement/LIVE, FRANCE
12:00-12:20
Prioritizing freshwater invasive alien species in Italy
Elena Tricarico, Università di Firenze, ITALY
12:00-13:15 – Lunch
13:15-14:00 Keynote Presentation
Multifaceted repercussions of a marine predator invasion
Prof. Dr. Isabelle Côté, Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, CANADA
14:00-14:45 Keynote Presentation
AIS outreach in a changing climate
Douglas A. Jensen, Formerly University of Minnesota Sea Grant College Program, USA
14:45-15:20 – Networking Coffee/Tea Break
A-9 – Albert
Resilience of ecosystems
15:20-15:40
Sailing mostly uncharted waters when applying concepts of ecosystem resilience to enhance invasion resistance
Hein van Kleef, Bargerveen Foundation, THE NETHERLANDS
15:40-16:00
Lessons learned from large-scale eradication of Australian swamp stonecrop Crassula helmsii in a protected Natura 2000 site
Martijn van de Loo, Soontiëns Ecology, THE NETHERLANDS
16:00-16:20
Management of invasive pumpkinseed sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus) populations
Laura van Veenhuisen, Radboud University, Institute for Water and Wetland Research, THE NETHERLANDS
16:20-16:40
Ecosystem-based control of invasive crayfish populations
Pim Lemmers, Natuurbalans-Limes Divergens BV and Netherlands Centre of Expertise for Exotic Species (NEC-E), THE NETHERLANDS
16:40-17:00
The ecosystem resilience approach (ERA) of Australian swamp stonecrop (Crassula helmsii) in practice
Martijn van de Loo, Soontiëns Ecology, THE NETHERLANDS
B-9 – Fabiola
Education and outreach
15:20-15:40 Virtual
Using digital tools for grass carp awareness and prevention
Rebecca D’Orazio, Invasive Species Centre, CANADA
15:40-16:00 Virtual
Monitoring and managing Chinese mysterysnails (Cipangopaludina chinensis) and banded mysterysnails (Viviparus georgianus) through collaborative efforts in Ontario
Brook Schryer, Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, CANADA
16:00-16:20 Virtual
Lakeshore property owner perceptions of aquatic invasive species and implications for outreach related to management strategies
Tim Campbell, Wisconsin Sea Grant, USA
16:20-16:40 Virtual
Building a successful aquatic invasive species community science program for Canada
Kellie Sherman, Canadian Council on Invasive Species, CANADA
16:40-17:00 Virtual
The effects of denialism narratives on stakeholder engagement with invasive species management
Noelle Stratton, University of Toronto Scarborough, CANADA
C-9 – Elisabeth
Pathways and vectors: shipping
15:20-15:40
Ship traffic connects Antarctica’s fragile coasts to worldwide ecosystems, potentially introducing non-native species
Arlie McCarthy, University of Cambridge, UK
15:40-16:00 Virtual
First evaluation of ballast water management systems on operational ships for minimizing global introductions of nonindigenous zooplankton
Sarah A. Bailey, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, CANADA
16:00-16:20 Virtual
Assessment of accuracy, precision and reliability of ballast water compliance monitoring devices
Oscar Casas-Monroy, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, CANADA
16:20-16:40 Virtual
A Hawaiʻi perspective on aquatic invasive species concerns under the Vessel Incidental Discharge Act (VIDA)
Elizabeth Monaghan, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, USA
16:40-17:00
A current overview of the invasion of Tubastraea coccinea in the Veracruz reef system, Mexico
Irán Andira Guzmán-Méndez, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
D-9 – Boudewijn
Mussel Control
15:40-16:00 Virtual
Novel research approach to achieve control of zebra and quagga mussels throughout entire waterbodies
Daniel P. Molloy, Molloy & Associates, LLC, USA
16:00-16:20 Virtual
Apparent eradication of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) from an entire lake using low doses of acid-stabilized ionic copper
David Hammond, Earth Science Laboratories, Inc., USA
16:20-16:40 Virtual
Artificial intelligence to quantify the invasive golden mussel Limnoperna fortunei in hydroelectric power plants in Brazil
Raquel Figueira, Hubz, Research & Development, BRAZIL
16:40-17:00
Prevention, control and eradication of invasive alien species in (underground) water systems
Rob Leenheer, Leenheer B.V., THE NETHERLANDS
17:00-17:20 Virtual
RESCHEDULED: Development of a standard framework for dreissenid toxicity testing
Diane Waller, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center, USA

All presentation times listed on the preliminary program are in Central European Summer Time (CEST), UTC+2.
Please note that the program is subject to change.