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10:50

Monitoring: The Challenges of Ecological Complexity

Alison Power, Cornell University

11:20

Adaptive Management as a Framework for Ecological Monitoring of GMOs

Anne Kapuscinski, University of Minnesota

11:55

The Logistics of Monitoring

Warren Lee, United States Department of Agriculture

12:35

LUNCH

1:35

Panel: International Perspectives on Monitoring of Transgenic Crops

Jeremy Sweet, National Inst. of Agricultural Botany, UK

Phil Dale, John Innes Center, UK

Rob MacDonald, Aventis, Canada

Lynn Frewer (moderator), Institute of Food Research, UK

II. Examples of Ecological Monitoring, (part one)

 

2:35

Monitoring for the effects of Gene Flow

Rob MacDonald, Aventis

3:25

BREAK

3:40

Gene Flow: A Case Study of Invasive Weeds

Hugh Wilson, Texas A&M University

4:25

Gene flow: from canola to weeds and monitoring

Neal Stewart, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

5:10

ADJOURN FOR THE DAY

Friday, July 14th

 

II. Examples of Ecological Monitoring, (part two)

 

8:30

Using Ecological Models in Risk-Based Environmental Monitoring

Steve Bartell, Cadmus Group

9:05

Monitoring for Resistance in Target Pests: Bt Corn

Fred Gould, North Carolina State University



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