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マクロ生物学百花繚乱 ~世界一周~
Symposium of Integrative Biology: World Tour

November 11, 2019
Clock Tower, Kyoto University

日時:2019年11月11日(月)
場所:京都大学時計台 シンポジウム:百周年記念ホール・ポスター:国際ホール

参加無料;Free Admission*
*We may ask for some donations for the party

  

The primary goal of this symposium is to gather and help networking among variety of field biologists. Interdisciplinary approach produce interesting and innovative science, and also would help tackling to entangle the complicated natural ecosystems. Kyoto University is proud of the rich group of field biologists. We hope this symposium would initiate more interactions among scientists across disciplinary and across countries.

系統学、行動学、生態学、霊長類学、、、普段部局や学会という単位で区切られてしまい、同じ様に生物が大好きなのに交流する機会がないマクロ生物学者。もったいないじゃないですか。なんかようわからんけど集まって仲良くなってなんかおもろいこと考えましょう。それは、ひいては複雑な自然を真に理解することを助けてくれるはず。

昨年度ご好評をいただきました、「マクロ生物学百花繚乱」の第二弾!今回のテーマは「世界一周」!世界中を飛び回る研究者たちにそのエネルギーの源泉と国際共同研究を成功させる秘訣についてお話しいただきます。

生き物好きこの指とまれ!みなさんの積極的な参加をお待ちしております。シンポジウム後にはどなたも発表いただけるカジュアルポスター発表会&懇親会を予定しています。

※前回のプログラムはこちら↓を御覧下さい。
マクロ生物学百花繚乱 ~アジアの生物多様性~ Symposium of Integrative Biology: Biodiversity in Asia

Keynotes 基調講演

Richard Corlett (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

How do the East Asian tropics differ from other tropical regions?

Richard Corlett did his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Cambridge and PhD at the Australian National University, with fieldwork in Papua New Guinea. He has taught at Chiang Mai University (1980-82), National University of Singapore (1982-87 and 2008-2012), and University of Hong Kong (1988-2008). Since 2012, he has been at the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in Yunnan. His research focuses on ecology and conservation in tropical East Asia. In addition to many scientific papers, he has written several books, including The Ecology of Tropical East Asia (Oxford University Press, 3rd edition, 2019).
LeRoy Poff (Colorado State University, USA)

Understanding patterns of  stream species diversity and vulnerability to climate change along latitudinal and elevation gradients – integration of physiology, genomics and evolutionary history in a five-year study.

N. LeRoy Poff is a Professor of Biology at Colorado State University, USA and holds a partial appointment as Distinguished Professor at the University of Canberra, Australia. He has 35 years of experience in exploring relationships between environmental variability and species interactions and community structure in streams and rivers from local to global scales. By developing techniques to quantify streamflow variability in ecologically meaningful terms and using species (functional) traits as generalized, mechanistic response variables, he has made fundamental and interdisciplinary contributions to the scientific understanding of riverine ecosystems that supports sustainable management of freshwater ecosystems in the face of human pressures for water and of rapid climate change.
Kanehiro Kitayama (Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University)

A journey from Hawaii to Borneo: Linking biodiversity with ecosystem ecology to understand the mechanisms of the maintenance of tropical forests through a comparison of oceanic vs. continental islands

Kanehiro KITAYAMA is professor of forest ecology at the Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University. He received his Ph.D. (Botany) at University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1992. He was senior researcher at Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute (1994-2000) before moving to Kyoto. His major research interests include ecosystem ecology of tropical rain forests and sustainable forest management. He maintains long-term monitoring sites on Mount Kinabalu and other parts of Borneo. He is the author of more than 140 peer reviewed papers and the book “Co-benefits of sustainable forestry –Ecological studies of a certified Bornean rain forest, Springer.”
Shiro Kohshima (Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University)

From Himalaya to Ocean, from Glacier to Tropical Rain Forest : enjoy field studies all over the world

Shiro Kohshima was borne in 1955 at Nagoya, graduated Fac. Science of Kyoto University in 1980. He started his field works from the study on snow insects, adults of which are active on the winter snow. He visited Himalayan glaciers to find insects because he believed that some cold-tolerant insects should be there and discovered the insects that spend all their lifecycle in the snow and ice of the glacier. He continues the studies on glacier ecosystems all over the world. He also studied with his students on various animals including dolphins, orangutans, tapirs, elephants, humans, etc., plants and microorganisms.

Program

9:30 Registration opens
10:00-10:10 Greetings  
10:10-11:00 Kanehiro Kitayama (Agriculture, Kyoto Univ.) A journey from Hawaii to Borneo: Linking biodiversity with ecosystem ecology to understand the mechanisms of the maintenance of tropical forests through a comparison of oceanic vs. continental islands
11:00-11:50 Richard Corlett(Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) How do the East Asian tropics differ from other tropical regions?
12:00-12:20 Kanto Nishikawa (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto Univ.) Species diversity, breeding ecology, and life history variation in Japanese hynobiid salamanders
12:20-12:40 Jia Huan Liew (University of Hong Kong) Mixed impact of forest loss on stream food webs highlights limited role of terrestrial carbon subsidies in the tropics
12:40-13:00 Masae Ishihara (FSERC, Kyoto Univ.) Biodiversity crisis due to deer overgrazing and long-term conservational research in Ashiu Forest Research Station
13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-14:50 Shiro Koshima(WRC, Kyoto Univ.) From Himalaya to Ocean, from Glacier to Tropical Rain Forest : enjoy field studies all over the world
14:50-15:40 LeRoy Poff(Colorado State University, USA) Understanding patterns of  stream species diversity and vulnerability to climate change along latitudinal and elevation gradients – integration of physiology, genomics and evolutionary history in a five-year study.
16:00-16:20 Hiroki Sato(ASAFAS, Kyoto Univ.) From a lemur dung to a forest ecosystem: Regeneration of ecological studies in Madagascar 
16:20-16:40 Erik Hobbie(University of New Hampshire, USA: Visiting Prof. at CER, Kyoto Univ.) Functional diversity of mycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi from boreal forests and the Arctic
16:40-17:00 Koji Takayama (Science, Kyoto Univ.) Around the world in 11 million years: separation and reunion of a pantropical mangrove genus Rhizophora
17:00-17:30 Closing, Group photo  
17:30-20:00 Poster Mixer

Call for Posters! ポスター募集!

マクロ生物学研究者この指とまれ!この場で発表したい皆さん、自分はマクロ生物学者?なんて迷わないで、ぜひ来て話をしてください。学内外問わず、みなさんの発表をお待ちしています。カジュアルポスターにつき過去のポスターをお持ちいただいて構いません(日本語英語共に可)

Biologists, all gather around! We are looking forward to hearing your research. Any scientists inside or outside Kyoto University are welcomed to present poster. As this is supposed to be a casual poster session, you may bring in your past posters. (Either English or Japanese is OK.)

締切: 2019年10月1日 Deadline: October 1, 2019 2019年10月20日 Deadline: October 20, 2019
締め切りました。Application Closed ありがとうございました。
https://bit.ly/2ORuw1N


Post symposium field workshop ワークショップ

Post symposium field workshop at Ashiu Forest Research Station

November 12, 2019 (Tuesday)      2019年11月12日(火)
Ashiu Forest Research Station         芦生研究林

Pre-registration is required for this event

京都大学の誇る芦生研究林で実物を見ながら研究者の生の声を聴きましょう。芦生研究林で様々な研究をしている研究者が森を散策しながら案内をしてくださいます。参加無料。京都大学本部からシャトルバスを運行します。

We will visit Ashiu Forest Research Station of Kyoto University and learn the real science. Researchers who are conducting researches at the research forest will give field tour as we hike through the research forest. Free to attend. We will be a shuttle bus service from the main campus of Kyoto University.

Field Guide
Plants: Shota Sakaguchi, Masae Ishihara / 植物:阪口翔太(総人), 石原正恵(フィールド研)
Canopy ecology: Wakana Azuma / 林冠生態:東 若菜(神戸大)
Insects: Michimasa Yamasaki / 昆虫:山崎理正(農)
Fungi: Daisuke Akaishi / 菌類:赤石大輔(フィールド研)
Reptiles: Kyosuke Hamanaka / 爬虫類: 浜中京介 (理)
Freshwater: Hikaru Nakagawa / 魚類:中川光(東南研)

Schedule:
7:45 am - Meeting in front of the clock-tower, Kyoto University for Shuttle-bus
10:00 am - Meeting at the Ashiu Forest Research Station entrance / Hiking around the Research Forest with guidance
4:00 pm - Departing Ashiu Forest Research Station
5:00 pm - Arrive at Kyoto University

What to Bring
Drinking water, Lunch box, Jacket (Dress in layers! It’s a few degrees colder in Ashiu than Kyoto city), Rubber boots or hiking boots (Let us know in advance if you want to borrow one from the station)

Registration is required to attend the workshop Deadline: October 1, 2019
要予約!ワークショップ参加登録: 2019年10月1日 締切 締切延長(残数僅か、定員に達し次第締め切ります)
定員に達しましたので締め切りました。Application Closed ありがとうございました。
https://bit.ly/2Txm4TX


Sponsorship: Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University
Co-host: Field Science Education and Research Center, Wildlife Research Center, Primate Research Institute, Graduate School of Science, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University

主催:京都大学生態学研究センター
共催:フィールド科学教育研究センター、京都大学野生動物研究センター、霊長類研究所、理学研究科、農学研究科


Committee of the symposium
Hiromi Uno, Takafumi Nakano, Koji Takayama, Satoshi Nakagawa, Kozue Kinoshita, Kazuya Kobayashi, Goro Hanya, Masae Ishihara, Masami Kimura

マクロ生物学百花繚乱 実行委員
宇野裕美(生態研)中野隆文(理・系統)高山浩司(理・植物)中川聡(農・海微)木下こづえ(野生動物)小林和也(フィールド)半谷吾郎(霊長研)石原正恵(フィールド)
木村雅美(事務担当・生態研)

マクロ生物学百花繚乱ライトユニットを創設しました。
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