Year 2018

BCGC Report 2018 

BCGC Publications  2018

List of Presentations at meetings / conferences / workshops

 

04 Feb 2019 · Programme

Activities 2018

The BCGC Program organized several academic activities and achieved very fruitful outputs in 2018. 

 

Those included organizing the 10th International Symposium of Integrative Zoology in Beijing, the cooperative research visits on rodent monitoring and population control in Southeast Asia and Africa, co-organizing the 6th International Conference on Rodent Biology and Management, the 16th Rodent et Spatium in Germany, the 2018 Annual Meeting of the International Alliance of Protected Areas in Changbaishan, China, the 3rd Training Course on Wildlife Monitoring and Camera Trapping in Xishuangbannan, China, the Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network Training Workshop – Developing Skills in Forest Protection: an Integrative Approach in Beijing, the Symposium on the Pan-Third Pole Environment Study for a Green Silk Road (Pan-TPE) in Beijing, the World Forum on Integrative Zoology, and the Exhibition on Coordination Man and Biosphere to Protect Life Community in Beijing.

 

Prof Hiroyuki Takeda, President, IUBS and Prof Nils Chr. Stenseth, Immediate Past President, IUBS were invited to attend some of the activities above. 

 

Prof Zhibin Zhang, Leader of the BCGC program, received his Life Time Recognition of Excellence and Contribution Award at the 6th International Conference on Rodent Biology and Management in Germany. Prof Nils Chr. Stenseth, a core scientist in the BCGC program, was met by the Chinese Vice Primer, Liu He in Nov 2018 in Beijing and received his International Cooperation Award at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Dec 2018.

 


Conferences, Workshops and Events

13 Dec 2018 · China Beijing · Event

The World Forum on Integrative Zoology

Prof Nils Chr. Stenseth was awarded the International Cooperation Award at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) presenting by CAS President, Bai Chunli in Dec 2018. 

Date: 13 Dec 2018

Place: Beijing, China

Number of participants: 100

04 Nov 2018 · China Beijing · Event

The Symposium on the Pan-Third Pole Environment Study for a Green Silk Road (Pan-TPE)

Prof Nils Chr. Stenseth was met by the Chinese Vice Primer, Liu He in Nov 2018 in Beijing 

Date: 4th Nov 2018

Place: Beijing, China

Number of participants: 700

30 Oct 2018 · Event

The Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network Training Workshop – Developing Skills in Forest Protection: an Integrative Approach

Prof Hiroyuki Takeda, President, IUBS receiving the ISZS Recognition of Institutional Membership Excellence Award on behalf of the Zoological Society of Japan presented by Zhang Yaping, Vice President, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 30 Oct 2018, Beijing China.

Date: 23-27 Oct 2018

Place: Beijing, China

Number of participants: 40

13 Sep 2018 · Event

The 2018 Annual Meeting of the International Alliance of Protected Areas

Prof Zhibin Zhang chairing the 2018 Annual Meeting of the International Alliance of Protected Areas,13 Sept 2018, Changbaishan, China.

Date: 13-14 Sept 2018

Place: Changbaishan, China

Number of participants: 450

03 Sep 2018 · Event

The 6th International Conference on Rodent Biology and Management and the 16th Rodent et Spatium

Prof Zhibin Zhang (the 2nd from right) receiving his Life Time Recognition of Excellence and Contribution Award at the 6th International Conference on Rodent Biology and Management, 3 Sept 2018, Potsdam, Germany

Date: 3-7 Sept 2018; Place: Potsdam, Germany; Number of participants: 300

30 Jul 2018 · China Beijing · Event

The Exhibition on Coordination Man and Biosphere to Protect Life Community

The Exhibition on Coordination Man and Biosphere to Protect Life Community took place at Beijing, China on 30th and 31st July 2018. 400 participants attended the exhibition.

22 Apr 2018 · Event

The 3rd Training Course on Wildlife Monitoring and Camera Trapping

The 3rd Training Course on Wildlife Monitoring and Camera Trapping was conducted at Xishuangbanna in China on 22nd to 29th April 2018. 150 participants attended the course.