8th ABOL meeting 2021
4th Austrian Forum on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
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Here you can watch the talks of the ABOL meeting 2021: ABOL Meeting 2021 – All Talks – YouTube
Dear colleagues and biodiversity enthusiasts
We cordially invite you to the 8th ABOL meeting on November 30th, 2021, which will take place after the 4th Austrian Forum on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (November 29th, 2021). The combined event entitled DAYS OF BIODIVERSITY will be organized as hybrid-event at the Danube University Krems and ONLINE. Due to very strong Covid-19 regulations the ABOL meeting will take place ONLINE ONLY.
Registration for the ABOL meeting and the submission of abstracts for talks or flashtalks on the subject of DNA barcoding and its application in practice are now possible (see section Registration!).
We look forward to interesting contributions, lively exchanges and exciting discussions!
Your ABOL coordination team
** The event is planned as a green event **
The registration for the ABOL meeting is now open! Please register on our joint conference page: https://pheedloop.com/bioforum/site/home/
The submission of abstracts for talks (15 min + 5 min discussion) and flash talks (5 min + 3 min discussion; no poster presentations this year!) for the ABOL meeting is open until
31stof October 7thof November. Please submit your abstract on the conference page or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Online attendance is free!
Wie ask for donations -> here!
For talks and flash talks for the ABOL meeting please submit your abstract by November 7, 2021 on the conference page or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For talks 15 minutes + 5 minutes of discussion, for flash talks 5 minutes + 3 minutes discussion are available.
The conference language for the ABOL meeting is English.
Format specifications for abstracts:
Scope: max. 300 words
The abstracts submitted will be put online here on the conference website.
Extended abstracts can be published later on in “Acta ZooBot Austria” at the request of the authors:
Volume: about 5 pages (1.5 lines, Times Roman 12 pt,) – about 15,000 characters per article; specification of keywords; indication of the addresses and email addresses of all authors.
Language: English AND German
Further format specifications and information (in German only): -> Acta Zoobot Austria – Hinweise für Autoren
Session 1: Chair: Christian Bräuchler (NHM Vienna)
10:00‒10:10 Welcome & Chair
Christian Bräuchler (NHM Vienna)
10:10‒11:00 ABOLs evolution in a changing environment
Nikola Szucsich (ABOL Coordination, NHM Vienna)
11:00‒11:50 Keynote talk: LIFEPLAN: mapping world’s biodiversity with DNA, audio and image
Otso Ovaskainen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
11:50‒12:10 Rapid in situ identification of species via DNA barcoding using miniaturized laboratory equipment
Stefan Prost (NHM Vienna)
12:10‒12:30 Prey RNA: a new method for differentiating between fresh and scavenged prey in molecular gut content analysis
Veronika Neidel (University of Innsbruck)
12:30‒13:30 LUNCH BREAK
Session 2: Chair: Andreas Tribsch (University of Salzburg)
13:30‒13:50 Large barcoding projects and cryptic diversity in Austria: lessons from BIO-PLANBAR and the HRSM project
Stephan Koblmüller (University of Graz)
13:50‒14:10 The implementation of a multiloci approach for plant DNA barcoding
Manuel Curto (University of Lisbon)
14:10‒14:30 HRSM FUNGI – five years of DNA barcoding of Austrian fungi specimens
Irmgard Greilhuber (University of Vienna)
14:30‒14:50 Tiger mosquitoes in Vienna – the use of DNA barcoding for invasive mosquito monitoring
Hans-Peter Führer (Vetmed Vienna)
Session 3: Chair: Luise Kruckenhauser (NHM Vienna)
15:10‒15:20 Flash talk: COI barcoding evidences mislabelling and the use of endangered species in shark products
Kilian Niedermeier (University of Salzburg)
15:20‒15:40 Inferring vegetation history using DNA barcoding of sedaDNA of Alpine lakes
Andreas Tribsch (University of Salzburg)
15:40‒16:00 First record of Trichobilharzia physellae (Talbot, 1936) in Europe, a possible causative agent of cercarial dermatitis
Nikolaus Helmer (NHM Vienna)
16:00‒16:20 The value of wastewater as source of genetic information in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in Austria
Rudolf Markt (University of Innsbruck)
16:20 Closing Remarks
Elisabeth Haring (NHM Vienna)