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Subterranean Biology in the Anthropocene
Contains the abstracts, which will be presented at 24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology, 20-24th August 2018, University of Aveiro, Portugal. The 24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology will take place in the University of Aveiro, Portugal, following the previous conference held in the University of Arkansas in 2016, chaired by Dr. David Culver. On behalf of the Organizing Committee, of the 24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology, I would like to welcome the members of the International Society for Subterranean Biology, biologists and those interested ...
Papers published: 68   |  Total pages: 146
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Carabids in extreme environments. 19th European Carabidologists Meeting
Carabidae as model organisms focused the discussion of several researchers in 1969, when they met in Wijster (The Netherlands), giving rise to the tradition of the European Carabidologists' Meetings (ECM). The 19th ECM comes after 50 years from the first one and the topic will be the ecology of carabids living in extreme environments, such as high mountains, deserts, urban areas. Traditionally the ECMs are open even to contributions not strictly linked to the topic of the meeting, so contribution on, for example, carabid taxonomy, biogeography, biology, ecology, are welcome.
Papers published: 15   |  Total pages: 34
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Vth International Congress on Biodiversity: „Taxonomy, Speciation and Euro-Mediterranean Biodiversity“
In recent years, classical biological sciences have progressed significantly, mainly through the introduction and validation of new methods of analysis (statistical, morphometric, molecular, etc.). Considerable successes have been achieved through the modern interdisciplinary approach in the analysis of phylogeny and the origin of flora and fauna. The increased interest in them is also dictated by their implications to nature conservation. At the same time, the need for correct cataloging, studying, management and conservation of global biodiversity is recognized.The upcoming Congress is a continuation ...
Papers published: 0
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