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4–8 July 2022 The 6th World Lagomorph Conference

Montpellier, France

The World Lagomorph Conference, which takes place every four years, brings together researchers and experts on rabbits, hares, and pikas from all over the world. This quadriennal meeting organised on behalf of the World Lagomorph Society is a great opportunity to share and exchange information on the natural history, ecology, evolution, behaviour, physiology, genetics, morphology, diseases, management and conservation of wild lagomorphs.

We look forward to welcoming you in Montpellier, in the beautiful south of France (in 2022) !

Important dates & deadlines

  • 20 September 2021         Start of abstract submission
  • 5 January 2022               Start of early conference registration
  • 31 January 2022              End of abstract submission
  • 1 March 2022                  Decision regarding the acceptance of posters and talks
  • 31 March 2022                End of early conference registration
  • 31 May 2022                   End of late conference registrations
  • 4-8 July 2022                 6th World Lagomorph Conference

12–15 July 2022 IX Symposium of the European Association of Acarologists

Bari, Italy

The title of the congress is “Acarology 1.0 to 2.0: Progress in Changing Times”, and the program will include key lectures delivered by top scientists aiming at showing the most recent developments in contemporary acarology.

The Symposium will be a wonderful opportunity for researchers, students, and representatives of institutions in Europe as well as worldwide to meet and discuss the latest results and new directions in the research, promoting international and local cooperation.

The Symposium will address all aspects of the fundamental and applied research in every field of acarology (behaviour, biochemistry, biology, integrated and biological control, ecology, evolution, morphology, physiology, systematics, and taxonomy), as it represents one of the most important opportunities to be up-to-date on the most relevant scientific issues in acarology.

7–11 August 2022 The 58th annual AMSA Conference

Cairns, Australia

The 58th annual AMSA Conference will be held in Cairns from 7 - 11 August, 2022. This conference is shaping to be the first face-to-face AMSA national meeting since Fremantle in 2019. The local organising and scientific committees are working hard to put together a great conference program.

The theme for the conference is “Change and Connections”, emphasising important linkages among environmental, ecological and social systems at a time characterised by rapid change across all these areas.

These themes are highlighted in our exciting logo produced by local Mamu artist Melanie Hava that captures the biodiversity of tropical seascapes.

August is a fantastic time of year to visit Far North Queensland, and we hope AMSA 2022 will provide the perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues for a week of exciting science after years of lockdowns and border closures.

The conference is being held at the Pullman International Hotel, in the heart of Cairns CBD and just a short walk to the vibrant Esplanade, Reef Fleet terminal and a multitude of accommodation options.

We look forward to seeing you in Cairns in August, 2022!

22–26 August 2022 6th European Congress of Conservation Biology: Reconciling Conservation with Animal Welfare

Prague, Czech Republic

Conservation biology has traditionally focused on preserving species, populations, and ecosystems. Recently, there has been increasing debate about whether conservation strategies should consider the welfare of individual animals as well. Conservation research and management can have detrimental effects on wildlife, for instance, invasive sampling, management of invasive species, reintroductions and translocations, culling, and trophy hunting. The objective of this session is to encourage discussion on animal welfare issues that might arise due to conservation research or management strategies, present different approaches and views on the topic, and find potential synergies between conservation and animal welfare science.

22–26 August 2022 6th European Congress of Conservation Biology: “Biodiversity Crisis in a Changing World” (ECCB 2022)

Prague, Czech Republic

The current biodiversity crisis has led to a call for transformative change globally and in Europe—change in how we interact with nature to reduce pressure on biodiversity and secure nature’s benefits to humanity. This challenges how we perform conservation science and calls for science-based practices that put humans and nature on a track that takes us out of the current crisis.

Practitioners, consultants, politicians, conservation and social scientists, and students are welcomed to discuss and to design new guidelines, tools, and strategies in order to meet the new challenges emerging in the context of the biodiversity crisis.

The congress will take place in the campus of Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CZU). The campus is about 20 minutes from the city center, situated in the northwest suburb of Prague—in the city district Suchdol. It is a quiet garden-suburb with a few small, protected areas nearby. Due to its location, Prague a very good initial point for field excursions across the whole Bohemia.

12–16 September 2022 12th International Conference on Biological Invasions

Tartu, Estonia

Call for Abstracts: submission deadline EXTENDED!
Submission deadline: 22nd April 2022

Biological invasions are one of the main direct drivers of biodiversity loss worldwide. They pose a rapidly growing threat to biodiversity, ecosystem services, sustainable development, and human well-being. The challenge of halting biodiversity loss is becoming more and more critical against the background of climate change, and it is therefore necessary to discuss these topics together again in another NEOBIOTA conference.

We are happy to announce that, in spite of the ongoing pandemic, the 12th NEOBIOTA conference will take place in Tartu, Estonia, from 12 to 16 September 2022. We hope to be able to host you face to face and meet you all personally!

19–23 September 2022 The 30th International Symposium Animal Science Days 2022

Zadar, Croatia

The 30th International Symposium Animal Science Days 2022 (ASD 2022) will be held in Zadar, Croatia from September 19-23, 2022. The ASD Symposium is an annual meeting place for the exchange of experiences and achievements of scientists, researchers and stakeholders in animal production dates back to 1993 and aims to improve animal production in the partner countries Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Slovakia and Slovenia. The aim is to create a platform for Central and Eastern European colleagues and for interested academics and professionals from all over the world in the field of animal science to exchange ideas and to enable efficient cooperation. The main topic of the next Animal Science Days will be the challenges of animal science in times of climate change. In this 30th edition of ASD, we would also like to focus on encouraging the new generations of young researchers, scientists and experts and hopefully facilitate their further joint work through the courses organized during the symposium.

7–11 November 2022 6th International Palaeontological Congress

Khon Kaen, Thailand

We are planning the 6th International Palaeontological Congress, which will be held in Thailand from the 7th to the 11th November 2022, plus field trips. We aim to assemble an exciting and highly informative programme. After Sydney in 2002, Beijing in 2006, London in 2010, Mendoza in 2014 and Paris in 2018, Thailand will organise the next International Palaeontological Congress in November 2022. Due to its origins as two terranes in Gondwana in the Palaeozoic, their fusion with Laurasia in the Triassic and the development of the Sundaic biota in the Neogene, Thailand is a land of great geological and palaeontological diversity—hence our theme ‘From Gondwana to Laurasia’.

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