ICAIS

Wednesday

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.

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

    Updated 04/17/2022
A-4 – Albert
Ecological risks and impacts: crabs
08:30-08:50
Invasion of the Chinese mitten crabs in Belgium: are they a threat to our freshwater flora?
Jonas Schoelynck, University of Antwerp, BELGIUM
08:50-09:10 Virtual
Confirming the temporal abundance-distribution relationship in the globally invasive Chinese mitten crab sheds light on species distribution mechanisms
Christine Ewers, Zoological Museum of the Christian-Albrechts University, GERMANY
09:10-09:30
Tracking the downstream migration of an aquatic invader: preliminary results on the spatio-temporal movement behaviour of the Chinese mitten crab in the Scheldt Estuary, Belgium
Heleen Keirsebelik, University of Antwerp, BELGIUM
09:30-09:50
Microplastic leachates induce chemical disruption of chemotactic and chemokinetic responses of an ecosystem engineer (Mytilus edulis)
Marine Uguen, Université Lille, FRANCE
09:50-10:10
Aliens eating aliens: an introduced amphipod as a potential prey of an invasive rocky shore crab in laboratory experiments
Nicolas Spilmont, Université Lille, FRANCE
B-4 – Fabiola
Best practices for management
08:30-08:50
Management of aquatic invasive species in Flanders (Belgium): a local water manager’s perspective
Pieter Boets, Province of East Flanders, BELGIUM
08:50-09:10
Management insights and best practices for an improved knowledge of IAS: lessons learned from a French connection
Madeleine Freudenreich, IUCN French Committee, FRANCE
09:10-09:30
Best practice for managing muskrat, a semi-aquatic invasive rodent, in Flanders
Emma Cartuyvels, Research Institute for Nature and Forest (INBO), BELGIUM
09:30-09:50
Will we pull it off? Preparing for a big multiple urban river chemical eradication in 2025 and 2026
Roar Sandodden, National Veterinary Institute, NORWAY
09:50-10:10
Experiences with the invasive lionfish highlight the limitations and challenges of invasive species management in the Mediterranean Sea
Periklis Kleitou, University of Plymouth, UK
C-4 – Elisabeth
Ecological risks and impacts: fishes
08:30-08:50 Virtual
A decade on: South American freshwater stingrays in Singapore
Darren C.J. Yeo, National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
08:50-09:10
Ecosystem impact of the invasive round goby in the Baltic Sea: diet variation along a north-south gradient
Isa Wallin Kihlberg, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SWEDEN
09:10-09:30
Diet and size distribution of the invasive European catfish Silurus glanis L. in a deep, large, and oligotrophic lake (Lake Maggiore, Northern Italy)
Vanessa De Santis, Water Research Institute, ITALY
09:30-09:50
Physiological responses of the alien Ponto-Caspian goby and its native competitor to elevated temperature, hypoxia and acidification
Piotr Kłosiński, Nicolaus Copernicus University, POLAND
D-4 – Boudewijn
Pathways and vectors
08:30-08:50
Shellfish culture and fisheries associated alien species communities
Adriaan Gittenberger, GiMaRIS Marine Research, Inventory and Strategy Solutions, THE NETHERLANDS
08:50-09:10 Virtual
Early-detection and rapid response to a novel wakame (Undaria pinnatifida) incursion in Broad Bay, Rakiura/Stewart Island
Gabrielle R. Keeler-May, Coastal People Southern Skies Centre of Research Excellence, NEW ZEALAND
09:10-09:30
The effect of changing water pH in inducing mortality in aquatic invaders; developing the evidence base for effective biosecurity of raw water transfers
Zoe Cole, University of Leeds, UK
09:30-09:50
Risk assessment and options appraisal for the implementation of biosecurity mitigation in a raw water transfer network
Paul Stebbing, APEM Ltd., UNITED KINGDOM
09:50-10:10 Virtual
Modelling of marine debris pathways into UK waters: example of non-native crustaceans transported across the Atlantic Ocean on floating marine litter
Peter J. Barry, Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas), UK
10:10-10:40 – Networking Coffee/Tea Break
A-5 – Albert
Ecological risks and impacts
10:40-11:00
Boom and bust of aquatic invaders: implications for management
Rob S.E.W. Leuven, Radboud University Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
11:00-11:20
Dynamics of Myriophyllum heterophyllum in French waterways
Hélène Groffier, Université de Lorraine, FRANCE
11:20-11:40
Invasive Australian swamp stonecrop (Crassula helmsii) negatively affects reproduction but accelerates larval growth of the endangered natterjack toad (Epidalea calamita)
Janneke M.M. van der Loop, Radboud University Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
11:40-12:00
The oxygen-plastic nexus: comparative ecological impact of invasive and native amphipods in response to anthropogenic environmental change
Rose Griffith, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
B-5 – Fabiola
Best practices for management
10:40-11:00
Conservation of freshwater pearl mussels through eradication of invasive pike
Helge Bardal, Norwegian Veterinary Institute, NORWAY
11:00-11:20 Virtual
The strategic use of weed biological control for the management of invasive aquatic species in the UK: a review of current status, future targets and European opportunities
Sonal Varia, Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI), UK
11:20-11:40
Detection of two alien Ludwigia species in Portugal and efforts to control them
Jael Palhas, Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, PORTUGAL
11:40-12:00 Virtual
MadMacs: Mass development of aquatic macrophytes – causes and consequences of macrophyte removal for ecosystem structure, function, and services
Antonella Petruzzella, Rhodes University, SOUTH AFRICA
C-5 – Elisabeth
Ecological risks and impacts: fishes
10:40-11:00
Differential response of native and invasive alien fish species on ecosystem based river management
Frank P.L. Collas, Radboud University Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
11:00-11:20
PRESENTATION WITHDRAWN (Pushing the switch: functional responses and prey switching by invasive lionfish may mediate their ecological impact)
Monica McCard, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
11:20-11:40
Elucidating the interactive effects of climate change and invasive species using a lotic fish species pair
Meagan M. Kindree, University of Toronto Scarborough, CANADA
11:40-12:00
ddPCR applied to environmental DNA can jointly detect native and invasive congeners living in sympatry and native individuals introgressed by invader genes
Fanny Touchard, University of Montpellier, FRANCE
D-5 – Boudewijn
Pathways and vectors: organisms in trade
10:40-11:00
Alien species flourish on fisheries all over the world!
Alexander Smolders, Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, THE NETHERLANDS
11:00-11:20
Risks of alien sturgeon species in the River Rhine basin for the reintroduction success of the endangered native European sturgeon
Niels W.P. Brevé, Wageningen University & Research Aquaculture & Fisheries Group, THE NETHERLANDS
11:20-11:40
Are marine alien species used as live bait by anglers in the Netherlands?
Tom van der Have, Bureau Waardenburg, THE NETHERLANDS
11:40-12:00 Virtual
DFO’s moss ball emergency response: operation mussel clean
Michael (Chi Hui) Zheng, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, CANADA
12:00-13:15 – Lunch
13:15-14:00 Keynote Presentation
Cumulative effects of climate change and invasive species on productivity of coastal marine ecosystems
Prof. Dr. Katja Philippart, Wadden Academy, THE NETHERLANDS
14:00-14:45 Keynote Presentation
Unpacking economic costs of aquatic invasive species: evidence from the InvaCost database
Dr. Melina Kourantidou, University of Southern Denmark, Department of Sociology, Environmental and Business Economics, DENMARK
14:50-15:20 – Networking Coffee/Tea Break
A-6 – Albert
Ecological risks and impacts
15:20-15:40 Virtual
Incorporating time-since-invasion into invasion science and risk assessment
Anthony Ricciardi, McGill University, CANADA
15:40-16:00 Virtual
Incorporating time-since-invasion into invasion science and risk assessment, continued
Anthony Ricciardi, McGill University, CANADA
16:00-16:20
Chemical fingerprint of Myriophyllum heterophyllum along an invasion trajectory in NE France
Elisabeth M. Gross, Université de Lorraine, FRANCE
16:20-16:40 Virtual
Shipping traffic, temperature and salinity shapes alien fish richness in estuaries worldwide
Joice Silva de Souza, Rio de Janeiro State University, BRAZIL
16:40-17:00
Status of the non-indigenous ammonia phylotype T6 (Foraminifera, Rhizaria) in the Gironde estuary: competition with native ammonia phylotypes
Jean-Charles Pavard, Université Lille, FRANCE
17:00-17:20 Virtual
Rapid screening-level risk assessments of freshwater AIS in Canada: which invaders should be keeping us up at night?
Jaclyn Hill, Fisheries & Oceans Canada, CANADA
B-6 – Fabiola
Best practices for management
15:20-15:40 Virtual
Management of the invasive Nuttall’s pondweed (Elodea nuttallii) using jute matting in Lough Arrow, a Natura 2000 designated lake in Western Ireland
Darren Garland, Institute of Technology Sligo, IRELAND
15:40-16:00 Virtual
Water soldier eradication project … a rare AIS success story from the Black River in Sutton Ontario, Canada
Rob McGowan, Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Canada
16:00-16:20 Virtual
Using rotenone to eradicate smallmouth bass from Piper Lake, Nova Scotia
Andrew Lowles, Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture, CANADA
16:20-16:40 Virtual
Trials to evaluate “natural” herbicides for aquatic weed management
Lyn Gettys, University of Florida, USA
16:40-17:00 Virtual
Predicting the potential distribution of a new Caribbean invader using a species distribution model
Melanie Esch, Florida International University, USA
C-6 – Elisabeth
Ecological risks and impacts: fishes and crayfish
15:20-15:40
Deoxygenation may drive differential ecological impacts over invasion stages
Jaimie T.A. Dick, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
15:40-16:00 Virtual
Decreased functional diversity following the introduction of a top predator fish in Brazilian reservoirs
Ana Clara Sampaio Franco, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
16:00-16:20
Thermal ecology and interpopulation variation of globally invasive freshwater fishes in the context of climate change
Heather Bauer Reid, McGill University, CANADA
16:20-16:40 Virtual
The interaction between experimental warming and biotic resistance
Quenton M. Tuckett, University of Florida, USA
16:40-17:00 Virtual
Using pedigree reconstruction to estimate the size of a spawning population of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) in Lake Erie, North America
Stephen Spear, U.S. Geological Survey, USA
17:00-17:20 Virtual
Clicks not bricks: A global assessment of the growing online trade in invasive ornamental crayfish
Julian D. Olden, University of Washington, USA
D-6 – Boudewijn
Ecosystem services economics health
15:20-15:40
Global economic costs of aquatic invasive alien species
Ross Cuthbert, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
15:40-16:00
Valuing non-native species’ contributions to people and nature
Martin A. Schlaepfer, University of Geneva, SWITZERLAND
16:00-16:20
Building the business case for investment in invasive species: municipal investments, invasive phragmites costs and benefits and new financing models
Sarah Rang, Invasive Species Centre, CANADA
16:20-16:40 Virtual
Innovative approaches to protect the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River from aquatic invasive species
Mike Piskur, Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Governors and Premiers, USA
16:40-17:00 Virtual
Evaluating outcomes of organization-level invasive species policy
Claire Couch, Oregon State University, USA
17:00-17:20 Virtual
Assessment of the perceptions of the impact of invasive aquatic weeds on socio-economic activities and their management on two major water bodies in Ghana
Stephen Awuni, Czech University of Life Sciences, CZECH REPUBLIC

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.