Japanese Biodiversity Observation Network(日本生物多様性観測ネットワーク)

COP10 ESABII と NaGISAの サイドイベント



10月23日(土)にESABII & NaGISA Joint Conference

   24日(日)NaGISA Western Pacific Marine Biodiversity Conference を開催いたします。


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Saturday, October 23, 2010

ESABII and NaGISA Joint Conference in Commemoration of the CBD COP10, Nagoya

09:30 Registration
10:00 Opening remarks
10:30 IPBES and New Zealand’s Terrestrial and Marine Biodiversity Monitoring and Reporting Framework Dr. Geoff Hicks, Department of Conservation New Zealand, IPBES
10:55 Census of Marine Life – Past and Future Dr. Ron O’ Dor
11:20 Ocean Biogeographic Information System Dr. Edward Vanden Berghe, OBIS
11:45 Mapping and analysis tools to support CBD implementation goals Dr. Patrick Halpin
13:30 ESABII database development Prof. Motomi Ito, University of Tokyo
13:55 The Biodiversity Information Sharing Service of the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity Dr. Sheila G. Vergara, ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
14:20 Development of Biodiversity Informatics in China Prof. Ma Keping, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
14:45 Vietnam: Development of the National Biodiversity Database System Ms. THUY Phung Thu, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment,
15:30 NaGISA Poster Session at the 1st Floor

Sunday, October 24, 2010

NaGISA Western Pacific Marine Biodiversity Conference

09:30 High Seas Conservation Policy and Science Dr. Jeff Ardron, Marine Conservation Biology Institute
09:55 The NaGISA project: legacy in South America and the Caribbean Dr. Patricia Miloslavich
10:20 Coral Taxonomic Capacity Building Program under the ESABII Dr. Kohei Hibino
10:45 Identifying potential winners and losers in a warming world Dr. Gray Williams
11:10 Global Perspectives on Marine Biodiversity from the Census of Marine Life Dr. Jesse Ausubel
13:30 NaGISA Western Pacific Regional Research Session
  – The relationships between eutrophication related parameters and macrozoobenthos assemblages in the tropical waters of Lampung Bay, Indonesia
  – The correlation of meiofauna distribution in five Mekong estuaries, Vietnam
  – The Population Study of Keyhole Sand Dollar Echinodiscus Truncates in Penang NP, Malaysia
  – Species diversity and distribution of marine sponges from Tarutao and Adang-Rawi Islands, the South Andaman Sea of Thailand
  – Reproductive Development of Actinopyga echinites in Philippines
  – Effects of El Nino on the growth and production of Enhalus acoroides at Banten Bay, Indonesia
  – Diversity of nudibranchs at Mu Ko Thale Tai NP, Thailand and some biological aspects
  – Propagule Dispersal and Early Development of the Mangrove Avicennia marina and Rhizophora apiculata in the Southwest Coast of Penang Island
  – State of Coral Reefs in St. Paul Bay, Palawan Philippines
  – Stony coral (Scleractinia) Spatial Distribution in Southwest Natuna Island, Indonesia
17:20 Closing Remarks


Prior registration is unnecessary. Please come directly to Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya University.