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EABCN
East Asia Biodiversity Conservation Network

Capacity Building

Symposium

TITLE

Challenges and Strategies for Plant Conservation in Response to Climate Change

Contents

- Conservation status of vascular plants in Mongolia (Mongolia) - Changes in spatiotemporal distribution and climate of coniferous species (Korea) - Prediction of spread of pine wilt disease according to climate change in East Asia (Japan) - Alien flora and database construction in China (China)

Date / Venue

19 July, 2016 / Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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2021-07-08 10:39:49

TITLE

2014 Symposium

Contents

To promote EABCN, the 2015 FAO World Forest Congress, the International Symposium of the National Arboretum, the EABCN signboard hanging ceremony, and the IABG-AD 2015 Annual Conference and Post-Presentation were held. In addition, posters related to the status of conservation of biodiversity in East Asia through EABCN were registered in the 2016 IUCN World Convention Congress (WCC).

Date / Venue

13 October, 2014 / Pyeongchang, Korea

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2021-07-01 09:53:06

TITLE

2015 Symposium

Contents

- Conservation status of vascular plants in Mongolia (Mongolia) - Changes in spatiotemporal distribution and climate of coniferous species (Korea) - Prediction of spread of pine wilt disease according to climate change in East Asia (Japan) - Alien flora and database construction in China (China)

Date / Venue

20 ~ 24 October, 2015

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2020-10-30 14:09:58

TITLE

2017 Symposium

Contents

Climate Change, Conservation and the Future of Asian Pine Species

- Effect of climate and seed origin on the growth and survival of Ponderosa pines (USA)
- Lessons learned from the 100-year-old trial forest in Arizona, USA (USA)
- Climate influence and phylogenetic background on vegetation distribution in Northeast Asia (Russia)
- Phylogenetic Geography of Korean Peninsula Pineaceae (Korea)
- Phylogenetic geography of Abies koreana and Abies nephrolepis (Korea)
- Adaptation and Translocation of Two Coniferous Species Distributed in the Cheonghae-Tibet Plateau (China)
- Distribution of Japanese subalpine conifers according to climate change (Japan)

Date / Venue

25 July, 2017 / Shenzen, China

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2020-10-30 14:09:57

TITLE

2018 Symposium

Contents

The 'Plant Biodiversity Conservation in East and Southest Asia' International Symposium (Tokyo, Japan, November 9, 2018) where EABGN (East Asia Botanic Gardens Network) and SEABGN (South East Asia Botanic Garden Network) participated together to discuss EABCN promotion and future cooperation to BGCI and other participants

Date / Venue

9 November, 2018 / Tokyo, Japan

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2020-10-30 14:09:57

TITLE

2019 Symposium

Contents

Contribution to achieving GSPC targets 1, 2 and 7 in East Asia

- Current steps on databasing, monitoring, and conservation of vascular plants in Taiwan(GSPC2020 target 1) (Taiwan)
- Contribution to the knowledge of plant systematics development in Northeastern Asia-the Russian Far East flora checklist(GSPC2020 target 1) (Korea)
- A survey on the vascular flora of Mongolia (4 years)(GSPC2020 target 1) (Mongolia)
- The current situation and the conservation system in threatenedspecies of Japanese conifers(GSPC2020 target 2) (Japan)
- Current studies of rare plants in Far Eastern region of Russia: additional criteria are needed for effective species conservation(GSPC2020 target 2) (Russia)
- IUCN Red List assessment of the Korean peninsula endemic vascular plants(GSPC2020 target 2) (Korea)
- Red listed plants of China: status, issues and prospects(GSPC2020 target 7) (China)

Field workshop - Russky Island

Date / Venue

24 ~ 25 September, 2019 / Vladivostok, Russky Island, Russia

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2020-10-30 14:09:57

NO. Subject Year Create date
1 Challenges and Strategies for Plant Conservation in Response to Climate Change 2016 2021-07-08 10:39:49
2 2014 Symposium 2014 2021-07-01 09:53:06
3 2015 Symposium 2015 2020-10-30 14:09:58
4 2017 Symposium 2017 2020-10-30 14:09:57
5 2018 Symposium 2018 2020-10-30 14:09:57
6 2019 Symposium 2019 2020-10-30 14:09:57