This week Barbara participated to the final meeting of the Biodiversa funded SalmoInvade-project which tackles the many causes and consequences of non-native salmonid invasions.

The latest results from this multidisciplinary research project combine biological and human dimensions, with projects carried out by France, Germany, Norway and Sweden, were presented at the marine station Kristineberg (University of Gothenburg) in front of an international panel of stakeholders and scientists. Key-results will be integrated to formulate recommendations for policy and management of salmonid invasions in Europe. In addition to presentations from the SalmoInvade research team, Professor Jeffrey Hutchings gave a keynote presentation on “Population Colonization, Evolution, and Recovery”. Great time catching up with former colleagues and coming back to Sweden!