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International Conference of the Society for Tropical Ecology, Germany
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Consequences of Climate Change on Tropical Ecosystems

International Conference of the Society for Tropical Ecology
18-22 February 2008
21st Annual Meeting, Society for Tropical Ecology (gtö)
LOCATION, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany

Major topic

The tropics strongly impact global climate. From tropical rainforests to subtropical desert belts tropical ecosystems affect continent-wide precipitation and temperature, vice versa they respond to “Global Changes”. The conference intends to gather knowledge on all past, actual and future changes in the tropics or initiated by the tropical regions with special focus on all aspects of life including, biodiversity, bio fuel production and human biology.

The conference consists of six plenary sessions and three guided poster sessions. Each plenary session will be opened by an invited keynote speaker.

Topical sections

I Bio Fuel
II Semi-arid to semi-humid ecosystems
III Hydrobiomes
IV Infectious diseases
V Tropical mountains
VI Free Topics

Registration and submission

We would appreciate an early registration and submission of the final title and abstract of your contribution. We will make available electronic registration as soon as possible.

A list of hotels where you can book is available under the link "Accomodation". Early booking is highly recommended.

The organizers

Prof. Dr. Manfred Küppers
Dr. Helmut Dalitz, Dr. Reiner Zimmermann
Institute of Botany & Botanical Gardens, Hohenheim.



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