Invited presentations & seminars

Uppsala University, SystBio Seminar, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2020

Zoom presentation: Continental-scale seasonal timing of fungal fruiting and the triggering influence of temperature

2020 Ecological Society of America, Virtual Meeting, August 2020

Zoom ESA Session presentation: Cues from global change detected by fungal collections data at large scales: a) timing (phenology), b) patterning (macroecology), c) climate niches (ecophysiology)

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Tamm Seminar, Uppsala, Sweden, March 2020

Presentation: Cues from global change detected by fungal collections data at large scales: timing (phenology), patterning (macroecology) and ecophysiology (climate niches)

2019 Nordic Meeting in Molecular Microbial Ecology, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2019

Poster: How do we bridge the methodological gap(s) between molecular microbiology and citizen science observations? 

18th Congress of European Mycologists, Warsaw-Bialowieza, Poland, September 2019

Session presider: Fungal diversity

Presentation: Keeping an eye on what we, literally, mostly cannot see: fungal diversity and the identification of “bellwethers” of global change

Natural History Museum, Univ. of Oslo, Tangled Bank Seminar, Norway, November 2018

Presentation: Global change impacts at the macroecological scale: how digital collections data help address questions in conservation

British Mycological Society Open Meeting, Kew Botanic Gardens, Richmond, UK, November 2018

Presentation: Global change impacts at the macroecological scale: how digital collections data help address questions in conservation

Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe, Illinois, US, August 2018

Presentation: Global change impacts at the macroecological scale: how digital collections data help address questions in conservation

Soc. of Conservation Biology: 5th European Congress of Conservation Biology, Jyväskylä, Finland, June 2018

Presentation: Revelations for global change and conservation: determining European fungal species’ patterns via a large-scale fruit body ‘meta-database’

Poster: Six million European fungal species observations to address global change questions in conservation

Fungal Conservation in a Changing Europe, EMA & ISFC, Ohrid, Macedonia, October 2017

Presentation: Large-scale meta-databases, a new tool for fungal conservation

Climate and Environmental Dynamics (CED) Group lunch seminars, University of Cambridge, June 2017

Presentation: Stitching together ‘big data’ sources: a pan-European fungal meta-database that addresses contemporary questions in ecology and global change biology

Cambridge Fungi Initiative (CFI) meeting, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, May 2017

Coordinator and presentation: ClimFun II and Euro-FC transitions

Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL Birmensdorf, WSL Colloquium, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, March 2017

Presentation: Stitching together “big data” sources: a pan-European fungal meta-database that addresses contemporary questions in ecology and global change biology

University of Minnesota, Mycology Club Seminar, Minneapolis, MN, USA, October 2016

Presentation: Big data integration: Pan-European assembly of millions of fungal species observations for addressing contemporary questions in ecology and global change biology

British Mycological Society Open Meeting, Kew Botanic Gardens, Richmond, UK, November 2015

Presentation: Historical to contemporary climate change effects on fungi: the use of fruit body records

Climate Change Forum Brown Bag Series, The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, April 2012

Presentation: Modifying atmospheric chemistry: what’s the big deal? How atmospheric global      change affects forest ecosystems

The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois, October 2010

Presentation: How do plant symbiotic fungi respond to global climate change? Ectomycorrhizal response to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone

Illinois Mycological Association, Chicago, Illinois, July 2010

Presentation: Forecasting the fungal future: mushrooms, carbon dioxide and ozone

UW – Madison Plant Pathology Seminar Series, Madison, Wisconsin, January 2010

Presentation: Ectomycorrhizal fungal response to elevated tropospheric carbon dioxide and ozone

 

Presentations, Seminars & Workshops

2019 Nordic Meeting in Molecular Microbial Ecology, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2019

Poster: How do we bridge the methodological gap(s) between molecular microbiology and citizen science observations?

Digital Data in Biodiversity Res.: Emerging Innovations for Biodiversity Data, UC-Berkeley, US, June 2018

Presentation: What drives European fungal biogeography? Connecting digital data to temporally static and dynamic environmental predictors to explain climate, pollution and urbanization impacts on fungi

Poster: Six million European fungal species observations to address global change questions in conservation

Macro 2018, Macroecology in the Age of Big Data, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, April 2018

Presentation: Climatic patterns of European fungal species assemblages

Poster: Six million European fungal species observations to address contemporary questions in global change and macroecology

International Biogeography Society: Climate Change Biogeography, Évora, Portugal, March 2018

Presentation: Climatic patterns of European fungal species assemblages

NEFOM (North European Forest Mycologists) meeting, SLU, Uppsala, Sweden, February 2018

Presentation: Climatic patterns of European fungal phenology and species assemblages

Network seminar on terrestrial vegetation ecological climatology, Oslo 27-28, November 2017

Poster: Climatic patterns of European fungal phenology and species assembly

British Ecological Society Macroecology meeting, London, UK, July 2017

Presentation: Compositional patterns of macro-fungi throughout Europe

NEFOM (North European Forest Mycologists) fungal traits meeting, University of Tartu, Estonia, June 2017

Presentation: Macro-fungal reproductive traits to improve our understanding of fruiting phenology & large-scale compositional patterns

NEFOM (North European Forest Mycologists) meeting, Finse, Norway, September 2016

Group-work co-leader (on fungal traits) and general scheduling

ClimFun annual meeting 2015, Bavaria, Germany, May 2015

Presentation 1: local scale studies : communities

Presentation 2: ClimFun dataset scale comparisons, local : national

UiO Åpen Dag (open day) research colloquium, Universitetet i Oslo, Norway, March 2015

Poster 1: Community-level responses of fungi to climatic change

Poster 2 (w/ F. Rustøen, M.S. candidate, UiO): The ClimFun Project: Climate Change Impacts on Fungi

NEFOM (North European Forest Mycologists) meeting, Riga, Latvia, November 2014

Presentation: How does climate change & variability impact fungi across local to national scales?

Sopp og nyttevekster (Oslo mycology organization), Oslo, Norway, August 2014

Presentation: Introduction to the ClimFun project

International Mycological Congress (IMC) 10, Bangkok, Thailand, August 2014

Poster: Introduction to the ClimFun project: climate change impacts on fungi

Presentation: Decadal-plus shifts in fungal fruiting due to climate variability: effects on community dynamics, productivity and spatial-temporal patterns

New Phytologist Symposium, Zürich, Switzerland, May 2014

Poster: Pinpointing the driving forces between global environmental change and successional dynamics in fungal communities

Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon, August 2012

Presentation: Soil nutrient legacies surpass the effects of CO2 and O3 concentration on mycorrhizal            fungal communities

Soil Metagenomics Workshop (Argonne National Laboratory), Chicago, Illinois, October 2011

Poster: Soil nutrient legacies surpass the effects of CO2 and O3 concentration on mycorrhizal communities

FESIN (Fungal Environmental Sampling and Informatics Network) Workshop, prior to and in conjunction with the MSA meeting, Fairbanks, Alaska, August 2011

Participation in workshop: Metamycology and Beyond: Using Fungi in Educational Contexts

Botany & Mycology 2009, Snowbird, Utah, July 2009

Presentation: It’s a matter of time and location: above- and below-ground responses by ectomycorrhizal fungi to elevated CO2 and O3 across four years

Ecological Society of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 2008

Presentation: Differential response of ectomycorrhiza and sporocarp communities to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone

Facing The Future: A Joint Meeting of AspenFACE, SoyFACE, and SFB 607, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, April 2008

Poster: Differential response of ectomycorrhiza and sporocarp communities to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone at the Aspen FACE site

Ecological Society of America, Memphis, Tennessee, August 2006

Presentation: Biomass and communities of ectomycorrhizal fungi are affected by elevated CO2 and O3 during three growing seasons

4th International Conference on Mycorrhizae (ICOM4), Montreal, Quebec, Cananda, August 2003

Poster (undergraduate): Species identification of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

Presentations also at UW-Madison’s Undergraduate Symposium in 2004 and Michigan Technological University’s Annual Ecosystem Science Center Graduate Research Forum in 2005, 2006 & 2008