NEOBIOTA Conference 2010 - 2nd announcement ~

18 de enero de 2010

NEOBIOTA Conference 2010 - 2nd announcement

Dear colleagues,

The Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen, is hosting the 6th European Conference on Biological Invasions NEOBIOTA. The title of the conference is 'Biological Invasions in a Changing World - from Science to Management'. The organising committee is pleased to invite all those who are interested in invasive plants and animals, to register and to submit abstracts for oral and/or poster presentations at the conference homepage Here you will also find more detailed information about the conference venue, topics, accommodation, etc.

The conference will take place on 14-17 September 2010 in Copenhagen, Denmark, starting with an invited evening keynote lecture presented by Richard J. Hobbs from the Murdoch University in Western Australia.

Everyone interested in Biological Invasions is invited to participate and share ideas, new results and opinions. All professions (ecologists, conservation agencies, stake-holders), all organisms (plants, animals, pathogens, fungi) and ecosystems (marine, freshwater, terrestrial) will be considered.

The deadline for registration and submission of abstracts is 15 March 2010. We encourage early registration, since the conference will be limited to 300 participants. Abstracts will be reviewed by the local organisers with support from the international Scientific Committee. By late May participants get notified about acceptance of their abstracts.

For sharing the information with your colleagues interested in biological invasions, you may want to download a flyer from the conference homepage (see

If you have any questions or suggestions, please, do not hesitate to contact us.


Looking forward to see you in Copenhagen.

Best regards,

Johannes Kollmann, Lotte Endsleff and Hans Peter Ravn (on behalf of the organising committee)

Lotte Endsleff
M.Sc., Scientific Communications Officer, web editor
DanBIF - Danish Biodiversity Information Facility,
Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen,
Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100 København Ø, Denmark.
Phone: +45 3532 1024.,
Naturhistorisk Guide:
Centre for Invasive Species:

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