Welcome to the spring workshop of the Finnish Phytoplankton Society on dinoflagellates from 24.-25.4.2023 in Helsinki. The teachers will be António José Calado and Sandra Carla Craveiro from Portugal.
Below is the workshop programme and a link to the registration form.
Dinoflagellate spring workshop 24–25.4.2023
Suomen ympäristökeskus (Finnish Environment Institute, Syke), A-building, Kokoustila A4, Latokartanonkaari 9, Helsinki
10:00 Coffee and welcoming words
10:30 António José Calado – introduction to our research
11:00 António José Calado – the freshwater dinoflagellate groups: organization of Süßwasserflora 6 (2nd ed.)
12:00 Lunch break
13:00 António José Calado – dinoflagellate identification: past and present
14:00 Coffee break
14:00 Annual meeting of the Finnish Phytoplankton Society (in Finnish)
15:00 Short presentations by participants
19:00 Dinner (at own cost, self-financed)
09:00 Heidi Hällfors: HELCOM PEG Biovolume list: New taxa, selected new size classes, and corrections proposed by Finland 2023
09:30 António José Calado – identifying dinoflagellates: the coccoid/palmelloid forms
10:00 Sandra Carla Craveiro – identifying dinoflagellates: the naked and thinly thecate groups
11:00 Lunch break
12:00 António José Calado – identifying dinoflagellates: the thecate groups
14:00 Sandra Carla Craveiro – ecology of freshwater dinoflagellates
14:30 Coffee and final discussion
15:00 End of the workshop
The participation fee for the dinoflagellate spring workshop is 100 € for members and 120 € for non-members. Student and pensioner members can attend free of charge. The participation fee for undergraduate students or pensioners outside the club is €50. The one-day fee is €50 for members and €70 for non-members (€25 for students).
Registration by 10 April via the Ilmarix registration system:
Participants are invited to bring samples and photographs of their dinoflagellate samples. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to give a short presentation related to dinoflagellates if they wish. Presentations should be notified in advance to the Board of the Finnish Phytoplankton Society.
Board of the Phytoplankton Society