In this lecture we will learn about the sense of smell from a different point of view, Dana Schneider-Blank and Ute Kielau will tell us about their fascinating work with dogs and their capability of distinguishing scents, hidden for our human sensory perception.
July 9, 2020
Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaft und Kunst (HAWK), Fakultät Ressourcenmanagement, Göttingen.
„I can smell what you can’t see – Use of dogs in plant quarantine measures – beetle and funghi discriminating dogs.“
Wolfsbetreuerin Schleswig-Holstein, nach §49 LNatSchG Beauftragte des Ministerium für Energiewende, Landwirtschaft, Umwelt, Natur und Digitalisierung.
„Tell me, if it was a wolf!? Scent discriminating dogs as a supplementary tool for the on-site confirmation of wolf (Canis lupus) suspects in Schleswig-Holstein – and the questions about how?“
It will take place next week, Thursday July, 09 at 4:15 pm. You can enter the webinar via the following link:
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