VI Southern Connection Congress, Gondwana Reunited: A Southern Perspective for a Changing World (SC 2010)
Venue: Hotel Panamericano Bariloche
|Event Date/Time: Feb 15, 2010||End Date/Time: Feb 19, 2010|
|Registration Date: Dec 30, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: May 15, 2009|
Southern Connection is a non profit organization, member countries are Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, South Africa (known as the â€˜Gondwana countriesâ€™); and from North America and Europe.
Southern Connection aim is to provide a venue for communication among scientists, principally biologists, working on southern temperate ecosystems and biota. Southern Connection undertakes this role through congresses, meetings, publications, and other activities. Previous Southern Connection congresses have been held in Australia (1993 and 2007), Chile (1997) New Zealand (2000) and South Africa (2004).
VI Southern Connection Congress will consider the past history, current characteristics, and future perspectives of southern temperate ecosystems and biota in a global context.
Original studies that describe results in themes such as composition, ecosystems structure and dynamics, ecophysiology, biological interactions and invasions, population genetics, reproductive biology, taxonomy, phylogeny, evolution, paleobiology, biogeography, macroecology, conservation, restoration and sustainable management are welcome.
The meeting will include conferences, symposia, sessions of oral contributed papers, poster sessions, and field trips.
The official language of the Southern Connection Congress is English, but additional Spanish versions of abstracts are welcome.