Presentations

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Past presentations

08. April 2022

Dinner Time - Das Essverhalten der Haie
Kafi Carl, Küsnacht ZH, Switzerland

16. October 2020

La pollution plastique des océans et des eaux douces
Natural History Museum Geneva, Switzerland   POSTPONED (COVID)
 
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21. April 2020

Dinner Time - Das Essverhalten der Haie
Online Webinar, TSK, Bern, Switzerland

25. & 26. January 2020

Der Hai - Mehr als nur Zähne und Killerinstinkt
Dive Festival, TSK, Bern, Switzerland
Blog entry and pictures

06. November 2019

Der Hai - The beauty or the beast?
Labormedizinisches Zentrum Dr. Risch, Schaffhausen, Switzerland

22. May 2019

Der Hai - The beauty or the beast?
Labormedizinisches Zentrum Dr. Risch, Kloten, Switzerland

19. February 2019

Der Hai
Lyceum Club, St. Gallen, Switzerland

23. January 2018

Evidences of a beneficial habitat? A mark-recapture study reveals distinctive populationcharacteristics in juvenile sharks at St. Joseph
Doctoriales online, Miami, USA

20. September 2017

Baby Sharks
Sharks4Kids Google Hangout, Florida, USA

02. June 2017

Resource partitioning and competition in the multi-species shark nursery at the St. Joseph atoll
University of Seychelles, Anse Royale, Seychelles

07. March 2017

Sharks
Projects Abroad Fiji Shark Conservation, Pacific Harbour, Fiji

10. January 2017

Multi-dimensional niche patterns and underlying competitive interactions in sympatric juvenile predators
Doctoriales 2017, CRIOBE, Moorea, French Polynesia

03. November 2016

Why Sharks?
Tauchsport Kaeser, Bern, Switzerland

17. December 2015

Sharks – Der Weg vom Gymer zur Haiforschung
Kirchenfeld Gymnasium, Bern, Switzerland
 

17. August 2015

St. Joseph Shark Nursery Project
Bimini Biological Field Station (BBFS), Bimini, Bahamas

06. May 2015

St. Joseph Shark Nursery Project
University of Seychelles, Seychelles

07. May 2015

The truth about sharks
Marine Explorers course, Island School, Mahe, Seychelles

26. April 2014

«Biology examples adaptable for the classroom: Genetics and population dynamics»

CRIOBE, Moorea, French Polynesia

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