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15 Nov 2019 Written by

 

NOW 25th Anniversary Meeting

Sabadell (Barcelona), 16–18 November 2022
Organized by the Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont (ICP)

 

Introduction

The NOW database of fossil mammals started as a small joint initiative of a few researchers in 1996 but over three decades it has grown and evolved into a thriving community including mammal paleontologists from all over the world. NOW, initially set to include only data of Neogene mammals from the Old World, has turned global in scope and nowadays includes data for Cenozoic mammals worldwide. A lot has changed since 1996, yet the spirit, illusion, and ideals that promoted its creation are still there and have succeed in engaging new generations of paleontologists.

We have NOW for years to come, but 25 years is quite a respectable age for a database and this requires a celebration. Therefore, after one year delay because of the pandemic, it is our pleasure to invite you to the NOW 25th anniversary meeting to be held in Sabadell (Barcelona, Spain) in November 16–18th 2022. Please note this is not an event reserved to NOW contributors, everyone is invited!

 
Venue

The NOW 25th Anniversary Meeting will be fully face-to-face and held at the Espai Cultura Fundació 1859 Caixa Sabadell, which is in the Sabadell city center, just a few meters away from the ICP museum. The Espai Cultura is an ancient modernist style building by renowned architect Jeroni Martorell surrounded by nice gardens. It is equipped with a large modern auditorium and several smaller meeting rooms. Catering for coffee-breaks and lunch is included.

 
Dates and deadlines

Registration, payment, and abstract submission deadline: September the 30th.

Registration information and prices
  • Regular: 120 €
  • Student: 60 €

Registration price is 120 euros and includes attendance to the meeting, lunch and coffee breaks during the 16th and the 17th at Espai Cultura Fundació 1859 Caixa Sabadell. Field trip expenses, including celebration lunch and visit to the Finca Batllori cellar, are also included in the price.

Student price: Degree and master students, as well as PhD candidates and early postdocs (up to after 2 years of PhD completion) have a discount rate of 50% over the registration price thanks to sponsorship by Ajuntament de Subirats.

Click here to fill in the registration form: https://form.jotform.com/221942466411352

 
Presentations, abstract submission, and publication

For the NOW 25th Anniversary Meeting contributions will be restricted to oral presentations only. Oral presentations are scheduled for 15 minutes duration including a few minutes for questions. Contributors should check the different thematic sessions (see below) and indicate in the registration form in which session they would prefer to feature their work. If you are unsure which session suits better your contribution, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If several presentations not fitting any symposium are received, an open theme session may be included in the program.

Extended abstracts will be peer-reviewed and published in a special issue of the journal Paleontologia i Evolució published by the ICP. Abstracts can be up to 500 words long and include 1 figure (color or grayscale) and up to 5 references. Abstract formatting template is available for download. Please use it! Abstracts not following the template style will be returned to the authors. Abstracts can be submitted through the registration form. The abstract volume, including the fieldtrip guide, will be available shortly before the meeting.

 
How to arrive to Sabadell and suggestions for accommodation

Sabadell is one of the largest cities in Catalonia and is located just 20 km north of Barcelona. Historically an important industrial center it is well communicated by road and railway with Barcelona. To arrive to Sabadell from the Barcelona–El Prat Airport the best option is to take the Aerobus (A1 or A2; check departure times) to the center of Barcelona (Plaça Catalunya). Once at Plaça Catalunya go to central station to take the train to Sabadell. You may take Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (line S2; check departure times) or Rodalies de Catalunya (RENFE line R4; check departure times). Both companies have frequent trains (one each 15 or 30 minutes) that will take you directly to the Sabadell city center (Sabadell Plaça Major station). Travelling time from Plaça Catalunya to Sabadell ranges between 40 and 50 minutes depending on the company you use. The whole trip from the airport to Sabadell city center should take one and a half to two hours.

The city center and the area close to the meeting place and ICP museum is the commercial center of Sabadell and is full of restaurants, bars and shops. Furthermore, there is a good number of emblematic modernist style buildings here and there, including the Espai Cultura Fundació 1859 Caixa Sabadell, where the meeting sessions will be held.

Sabadell has a wide offer of accommodation options from hotels to touristic apartments. Find below a suggestion of hotels which are located close to the venue.

  • HOTEL URPÍ

Address: Carrer de Sant Maties, 5, 08208 Sabadell, Barcelona

Phone: +34 937 24 40 00

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Web: https://hotelurpi.com/en/

  • URBAN SABADELL

Address: Ronda de Zamenhof, 21, 08201 Sabadell, Barcelona

Phone: +34 689 04 32 79

Web: https://urbansabadell.com/en/

  • HOTEL CATALONIA

Address: Plaça de Catalunya, 10-12, 08206, Sabadell

Phone: +34 93 727 92 00

Web: https://www.cataloniahotels.com/en/hotel/catalonia-sabadell

Map with hotels situation, ICP museum and Meeting Place: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1vdeP_4Y9hQ4GfkK9VEmPZOaGCbAP7Og&usp=sharing

 
Provisional program

The NOW 25th Anniversary Meeting will include two days of talks and discussions plus a third day of fieldtrip. Additional activities, such as guided tour to the ICP museum, are also included. All talks will be held at Espai Cultura Fundació 1859 Caixa Sabadell. There will be five thematic sessions devoted to different topics ranging from systematics and biochronology to paleobiogeography, paleobiodiversity, and ecometrics. In addition, there will be two keynote lectures, the first one by Mikael Fortelius (U. Helsinki), the founder and driving force behind the NOW for many years; and the second one by Indrė Žliobaitė (U. Helsinki), the current NOW general coordinator.

Preliminary schedule:

 

Keynotes:

  • NOW as it happened: The first decades. Mikael Fortelius, NOW co-founder and honorary member, University of Helsinki (Finland)
  • Teeth, limits and NOW. Indrė Žliobaitė, NOW general coordinator, University of Helsinki (Finland)

 

Thematic sessions:

  • The times they are a changin’

Wednesday 16th, 10:00–13:00

Chair: Lars W. Van den Hoek Ostende, Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Leiden, the Netherlands)

Data are not stationary. Our advancing insights on phylogenies and chronology have to keep database managers on their toes. What are the latest developments in the dating and correlation of localities? Which new systematics require attention? And how can the NOW database help in improving our understanding of both systematics and chronology?

 

  • New avenues for incredibly old travelers: Modern-day paleobiogeography and paleobiodiversity research and future directions

Wednesday 16th, 14:30–18:00

Chair: Pasquale Raia, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (Naples, Italy)

Macroevolution is a classic topic in paleontological research. Although most macroevolution traditionally focused on diversity counts and patterns of phenotypic changes across clades, the advent of phylogenetic comparative methods revolutionized the field in the last few years, and the application of species distribution modeling techniques, the ever-increasing availability of detailed paleoclimatic data, and paleogenomics are all bringing about new whirls. This session's theme is about the state of the art of these new fields within the macroevolution discipline, and what is expected to come next.

 

  • Ecometric and paleoecological research based on the NOW database – Novel research questions, data and methods to unravel large-scale climate, paleoenvironments and biotic patterns

Thursday 17th, 10:00–13:00

Chair: Juha Saarinen, University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland)

Research on the paleoecology and ecometrics of fossil mammals and their communities have developed vastly over the last few decades, with several new methodological developments and rapidly accumulating data. Ecometric and paleoecological data, such as dental ecometric traits and body mass estimates, are among the key elements being added to the NOW database. In this session, we will have a look at new and innovative ecometric and paleoecological research that has used NOW data or data to be added to the NOW-database to resolve important questions about climate, paleoenvironments and biotic interactions worldwide during the Cenozoic.

 

  • The Vallès-Penedès Basin: A high-resolution continental record of Miocene climatic and biotic dynamics

Thursday 17th, 14:30–16:00

Chair: Isaac Casanovas-Vilar, Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont (Sabadell, Spain)

The Vallès-Penedès Basin (Catalonia, Spain) is one of the richest and more continuous continental Miocene records in Eurasia. After over 100 years of study hundreds of different fossil sites are known and most of these have been dated with high accuracy. This allows for detailed evolutionary paleoecology studies focusing on faunal turnovers to test the influence of biotic and abiotic factors on the evolution of terrestrial ecosystems. In this session we present recent studies on the Vallès-Penedès record and introduce a customized, specimen-level, database for paleobiodiversity dynamics analyses further discussing its connections with the NOW database.

 

  • Data Management, Development, and Expansions of NOW

Thursday 17th, 16:30–18:00

Chair: Kari Lintulaakso, Finish Museum of Natural History LUOMUS (Helsinki, Finland)

The NOW database celebrates its 25th year as an online database for paleontological research. New data are constantly added to the database and new expansions are steadily added as well. In this session, we get our hands dirty, roll our sleeves up and go through the latest development of the NOW and discuss the future requirements, threats, and opportunities to keep NOW as a vital tool for paleontological research for at least another 25 years.

 
Field trip to the Vallès-Penedès Basin

The NOW 25th Anniversary Meeting will include one-day field trip to the Vallès-Penedès Basin on Friday the 18th. The Vallès-Penedès Basin stands out as one of the densest and more continuous Miocene terrestrial records in Eurasia, including hundreds of vertebrate fossil sites that have yielded tens of thousands of specimens. The basin is well known for being the type area for the Vallesian (Late Miocene) European mammal age as well as for several reference localities such as Can Llobateres. A bus will take all participants from Sabadell city center and bring them back there after the tour.

In this field trip we will get an overview of the basin structure and sedimentary record focusing in two well-represented critical intervals: the Miocene Climatic Optimum (MCO; ~17–15 Ma) and the Middle/Late Miocene transition (~12.5–11 Ma). The MCO is particularly well represented in the Penedès sector of the basin, near the town of Subirats, where we will visit els Casots site, which dates to 16 Ma and corresponds to an ancient wetland housing a remarkable diversity of vertebrate species. Nearby we will have a look at the Can Sala coral reef, which was formed at the height of the MCO, when the sea level rose to flood part of the basin. In the afternoon we will visit the Abocador de Can Mata set of sites, discovered during the building of a landfill at els Hostalets de Pierola. Since 2002 paleontologists have worked almost continuously in Can Mata surveilling the heavy machinery digging activity and thus allowing for a huge sampling effort. These has allowed for the recovery of tens of thousands of remains including rare faunal elements such as hominoid and pliopithecoid primates. The more than 200 localities known from the Can Mata composite sequence have been accurately dated and provide a unique opportunity to study climatic and faunal evolution during the Middle/Late Miocene transition.

The field trip will also include several social activities, including a celebration lunch and a visit to caves Finca Batllori in Subirats. Cava is a sparkling wine which is mostly produced in the Penedès area of Catalonia. Finca Batllori is a renowned cellar that has been producing high-quality wines and caves since the XVIIth century. The visit will show the modernist cellar, the traditional process to elaborate cava and will include a taste of their products.

 
Consult the ICP collections

The ICP collection stands out as one of the most important collections of fossil vertebrates in Spain. As far as mammals are concerned, it is well known for housing several types and the huge collection of the Vallès-Penedès Basin, which comprises over 100,000 specimens. However, there is material from other localities from all over Spain as well as from southern France and northern Africa. If you want to take the chance to consult the ICP collections please fill in the collection request form and sent it to our collection manager Josep M. Robles (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). ICP collection inquiry policies can be consulted here. Please note that locating and preparing the material for study requires some time so please send your request as soon as possible and be as specific as you can (i.e., indicating taxa, localities and, if possible, collection numbers).

 
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For more information please send a mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will also be glad to answer any questions you may have.

Our symposium is organized with the aim of allowing the debate about the uses and progresses in geometric morphometrics by any practitioner of the field. During the meeting the attendants will have the opportunity to present their own work, to enjoy numerous talks and discuss with other researchers. The principal aim of this meeting is to get all researchers interested in this technique together in order to open a window for discussion, help, and hopefully future collaborations.
In addition, an introductory course will be held the days previous to the conference (20‐21 July). The places will be limited and acceptance will be determined by strict pre‐inscription order. If you want to receive more information about this course and the pre‐inscription form, please contact us at this e‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Date and site

Date: July 23rd‐25th 2009

Site: Sabadell (Barcelona

Sabadell is a one of the main cities of Catalonia, located at slightly more than 20 km to the north‐west
of Barcelona. It is easily accessible from Barcelona‐El Prat airport and is very
well connected to Barcelona by train and road. The conference will be held in
the Caixa d’Estalvis de Sabadell Auditorium, a beautiful modernista building of
1915 (C/ d´En Font Nº 1. Sabadell. 08201).

 

Program

Provisional Program (All activities will be held in the Caixa d’Estalvis de Sabadell Auditorium)


Thursday July 23rd 2009

18.00 h 
Conference Registration 
19.00 h
Ice breaker


Friday July 24th 2009

9.00 h Welcome addressed by Dr. Moyà‐Solà (Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont)
9.30 h Plenary lecture by Dr. Dennis Slice (Department of scientific Computing, University of Florida, USA)
10.30 h Coffee break
11.00 h Oral presentations session
13.00 h Lunch
15.00 h Oral presentations session
16.30 h Coffee break
17.00 h Posters session 
19.00 h Plenary lecture by Dr. Paul O´Higgins (Functional morphology and Evolution Research Unit, Hull Medical School)


Saturday July 25th 2009

9.30 h 
Plenary lecture by Dr.Christian P. Klingenberg (School of Biological sciences, University of Manchester, UK) 
10.30 h Coffee break
11.00 h Oral presentations session
13.00 h Lunch
15.00 h Oral presentations session
16.00 h Coffee break
16.30 h Oral presentations session
17.30 h Round table
19.00 h Closing ceremony
21.00 h Conference dinner

 

Comittees

Convenors

Soledad De Esteban Trivigno (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Jesús Marugán Lobón (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Markus Bastir (Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, CSIC)

Organizing Committee

Meike Köhler (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Salvador Moyà‐Solà (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Isaac Casanovas Vilar (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Judit Marigó Cortés (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Rubén García Martínez (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Josep Fortuny (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Sergio Almécija (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Carlos Martínez‐Pérez (Universitat de València)

Scientific Committee

Christian Klingenberg (University of Manchester)
F. James Rohlf (State University of New York)
Angela Buscalioni (UAM)
Jesús Marugán Lobón (UAM)
Antonio Rosas (MNCN‐CSIC)
Markus Bastir (MNCN‐CSIC)
Diego Rasskin‐Gutman (UV)
Isaac Casanovas Vilar (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Luis Azevedo Rodrigues (Escola Secundária Henriques Nogueira ‐ Torres Vedras)
Emiliano Bruner (CENIEH)
Paul O’Higgins (Hull‐York Medical School)

 

Abstracts

A proceedings volume of the congress will be published and will be available to the attendants to the meeting.

The deadline for contributors to submit an abstract is May 1st, 2009. Abstracts should be submitted in its electronic format to this e‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Author guidelines

The abstract should not exceed two pages (less than 1000 words, with references included). The main text should be written in Times New Roman at 11pp, double‐spaced and justified. Genera and species names must be in italics. The text must be preceded by the title, author(s) of the work and their affiliation(s) and contact address(es) using the following format:

Title: Must be in capital letters and centered and should not have more than 150 characters spaces included.
Author(s): Must be in lower case‐letters and centered.
Affiliation(s) and address(es): They should be numbered following authorship order and indicated next to the name of each author using a superindex. The center of affiliation and the address will be aligned to the left preceded by the number in brackets. Full postal addresses must be given for all authors. Next to the postal address the authors must include their contact e‐mail.
Example: (1) Institut Català de Paleontologia. C/ Escola Industrial, 23. 08201 Sabadell (Spain). This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
References: A reference list including all and only these references cited in the text must be included following the main text. Authors are encouraged to keep the references to a minimum. References must be prepared according to the following format:

  1. Papers written by just one author [Ex. (Pérez, 2006)]; two authors [Ex. (Pérez & Martínez, 2006)]; three authors or more [Ex. (Pérez et al., 2006)].
  2. References in the text should be arranged chronologically. The list of references should be arranged alphabetically by authors' names, and chronologically per author. If an author's name in the list is also mentioned with co‐authors, the following order should be used: Publications of the single author, arranged according to publication year ‐ publications of the same author with one co‐author, arranged according to publication year ‐ publications of the author with more than one co‐author, arranged according to publication year. If two publications of one author of the same year are to be listed they should be arranged according to citation in the text and the year should include correlative letters according to this order [Ex. (Pérez, 2006a) ; (Pérez, 2006b].
  3. The following system should be used for arranging references in the reference list:
    1. Journal papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of paper. Journal name (given in full or abbreviated using the International List of Periodical Title Word Abbreviations), volume number (issue number): first and last page numbers of the paper
    2. Monographs and books: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the monograph or book.
      Publisher, location of publisher.
    3. Edited volume papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the paper. Names and initials of the volume editors, title of the edited volume. Publisher, location of publisher, first and last page numbers of the paper.
    4. Conference proceedings papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the paper. Name of the conference. Publisher, location of publisher, first and last page numbers of the paper.
    5. Unpublished theses, reports, etc.: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the item. All other relevant information needed to identify the item (e.g., technical report, Ph.D. thesis, institute, etc.).

Figures: The author(s) may include one single figure, either a picture or graph. Black and white or grayscale figures should be sent in jpg. or tiff. format with a minimum resolution of 600 pp. Color figures are not allowed.
Tables: The author(s) may include one single table only if it is less than one page in length and the abstract does not contain any figure.

 

Travels and Accomodation

Arriving to Barcelona

By train: The main station is “Barcelona Sants” where several international trains arrive. From this station you can take a train directly to Sabadell (see below).

By plane: Barcelona –El Prat Airport is an international airport well connected by train, bus (called Aerobus) and taxi. The airport is close to Barcelona city and we recommend going to Barcelona City by aerobus (you should get off at “Plaça Catalunya”) or by train (getting off at “Barcelona Sants”). Aerobus have got a high frequency and good service.

From Barcelona to Sabadell:

From “Barcelona Sants” station to Sabadell: in working days, trains from Barcelona Sants to Sabadell have a frequency of 15 minutes. Take the C4 line of Renfe Cercanías destination “Manresa” or “Terrassa”, and after 36 minutes get off at “Sabadell Centre”. “Sabadell Centre” station is very close to the center of Sabadell and easily you can easily find the town hall as reference point.
More information about “Renfe Cercanías” in: http://www.renfe.es/cercanias/barcelona/index.html.

From “Plaça Catalunya” station to Sabadell: you can take the “Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat” to Sabadell (Sabadell Rambla station). Take S2 line headed to Sabadell Rambla station and get off the train in the last station (Sabadell Rambla station). S2 line has a frequency of 10 minutes, and is our recommended alternative.
More information about “Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat”: http://www.fgc.cat/eng/index.asp

Arriving to Sabadell by car: Sabadell is placed about 20 km from Barcelona. If you come from the west (i.e.Madrid), take the motorway “Zaragoza‐Barcelona” called AP‐2. You have to follow this motorway until “Vilafranca del Penedes” town where you connect to the motorway called “AP‐7”. Follow direction “Girona” until exit 21 called “B‐30 Cerdanyola C‐58  Barcelona Sabadell Manresa”. After that, follow by the road called C‐58 and take the exit 12 called “Sabadell Centre Nord / Sant Quirze del Vallés Sud‐Centre”. You have to pass across “Sant Quirze del Vallés” town and entering the city of Sabadell following the direction “Sabadell Centre”. You will find the council and the church following this direction. These two emplacements are very close of the Auditorium.
If you come from the north (i.e. Pyrenees). Pass across the border by “La Jonquera” to enter Catalonia. Take the motorway AP7 and follow this motorway until exit 20 called “C‐58 Sabadell Manresa”. And follow all the signs to the road “C‐58 Sabadell” until exit 12 called “Sabadell centre‐Nord / Sant Quirze del Vallès Sud4 Centre”. You have to pass across “Sant Quirze del Vallés” town and entering the city of Sabadell following the direction “Sabadell Centre”. You will find the council and the church following this direction. These two emplacements are very close to the Auditorium.

Accommodations

Hotel Urpi ***

http://www.hotelurpi.com/
Hotel Urpí offers to the attendants of the symposium a reduced price if booking early (50 € per night and
person, plus 10 € if you want continental breakfast). If you want to have access to this reduced price you must
make your reservation by phone (34 93 7235419) or e‐mail ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) making clear that you
are attending to the “I Iberian Symposium on Geometric Morphometrics” and the reduced fare (50 €/night).

Hotel Arrahona***

http://www.arrahonahotel.com/
A good 3*** hotel is located in a peaceful neighbourhood with a good connections to Barcelona. The hotel
offers 49 rooms, 39 apartments, bar, restaurant, parking and a shopping centre in the same building.

Hotel Catalonia Sabadell ****

http://www.hoteles‐catalonia.com/hc/hotel.do?opcio=detalle&id=100
A nice 4**** hotel in an unusual building of modern style, providing every comfort and service according to its
category. Hotel Catalonia Sabadell is located in the best district of Sabadell. It is surrounded by a huge park. It
is located in the Catalunya square, close to the Congress palace and de business district.

 

II Conservation Workshop

02 Mar 2015 Written by

conservation_workshop

The Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont is organizing the second edition of the Workshop on Conservation, Preparation and Restoration in Natural History to be held on May 17-21, 2011 in Sabadell.

While collections of natural history are included within cultural heritage, we -the professionals interacting with them- are facing a lack of training resources that allow us to renew our knowledge and update the proper managing of the collections deposited in our institutions.

The aim of this II Workshop is to continue the work started in the first edition held in 2009, emphasizing the protection and conservation of natural and scientific heritage and offering a unique opportunity to discuss with natural history curators conservator-restorators.

We approach this second edition to a practice track, interdisciplinary, of quality and with international projection. For this reason, we will combine lectures by a team of curators from major international collections, with a space for communications and poster presentations of the participants to find, thus, solutions together. The workshop will also offer a discussion platform with round tables and hands-on sessions.

At the time of registration, participants will specify whether they are proposing an oral or poster presentation, as well as its title. Abstracts to both oral and poster presentations must be submitted before September 30, 2010.

Accepted presentations will be asked to submit a full paper -both for communications and posters, as they will be published and delivered at the beginning of the II Workshop.

Sandra Val Molina.
Responsible person, Preparation and Restoratin. ICP.
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II Conservation Workshop
A Forum to learn and to discuss about the main problems in Conservation
Preparation and Restorating of Natural History Collections
INSTITUT CATALÀ DE PALEONTOLOGIA MIQUEL CRUSAFONT
SABADELL, 17-21 maig 2011
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www.icp.cat

 Frist Circular PDF pdf_icon

Second Circular

Registration Form

 

ISPH 2011

02 Mar 2015 Written by

First International Symposium on Paleohistology

ISPH 2011, July 18-20, Barcelona

The last few decades have brought about significant advances in bone and dental paleohistology, which is now an invaluable tool in reconstructing phylogenies, that increases our understanding of growth patterns and physiology, provides first insights into biological rhythms, and adds to our knowledge about the environmental context of physiological and life history traits.

The initiative to launch a series of symposiums on paleohistology came out of a request at the symposium on “Perspectives on vertebrate evolution: topics and problems”, held in Paris last June, and is motivated by the increasing need for bringing together different communities that have their own respective dissemination forums. It offers an important platform for international interchange where researchers with diverse approaches and methodologies can meet and exchange ideas on a wide range of topics related to vertebrate hard tissue biology.

Two main goals are the establishment of an International Society of Paleohistology and the inception of a biennial symposium in the area of vertebrate hard tissue biology.

We will strive for an informal atmosphere that is welcoming to graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and established researchers alike.

Join us in Barcelona for this inspiring new forum on paleohistology!

ISPH 2011 Convenors
Meike Köhler
Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont
Department of Paleobiology
Jorge Cubo
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Equipe Biomineralisations

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Call for Abstracts opens on October 28, 2010 
  • Registration opens on November 15, 2010 
  • Call for Abstracts closes on March 15, 2011 
  • Acceptance/Rejection notices will be communicated by April 15, 2011
  • Early bird registration closes on April 30, 2011 
  • Regular registration closes on June 30, 2011

SPONSORS

   

 

SEP 2011

02 Mar 2015 Written by

XXVII Jornadas Sociedad Española de Paleontología

Sabadell, 5-8 Octubre de 2011


Dear Friends and Colleagues,

It is a pleasure to invite you to the XXVII “Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Paleontología” (Annual meeting of the Spanish Society of Paleontology), that will be held by the Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont(ICP) in Sabadell (Barcelona, Spain) from 5th to 8th October 2011, dedicated to the memory of the distinguished paleontologist Miquel Crusafont from Sabadell, in the year of the centenary of his birth.

The main issue in the SEP 2011 will be “Paleobiology: new concepts and new methods”. 
Paleobiology, a branch of Paleontology which studies biological aspects of extinct organisms, has experimented a great development in few years due to the application in Paleontology of other biological disciplines such as physiology, ecology and biomechanics (Finite Element Analysis) or the utilization of new methods of analysis such as paleohistology, CT-scans or geometric morphometrics. The application of these tools in Paleontology has allowed to infer biological parameters of extinct organisms such as their locomotion, food habits, physiology or ecology. We are pleased to announce that the SEP 2011 meeting will gather for the first time all practitioners of the field, as a way to share each one´s knowledge, findings and concerns, but also as a way to begin opening a window for future collaborations.

Moreover, during the 2011 meeting, presentations dedicated to other fields in Paleontology are also welcome. Everyone is thus invited to come and show his/her work to the paleontological community.

All details can be found at SEP2011 site: www.icp.cat/SEP2011. Please, feel free to contact the organizing committee (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for any specific information.

On the other hand, we would like to make a call for the diffusion of this event through your own colleagues and departments.

We are looking forward to meeting all of you in Sabadell!

 

Organizing committee of the XXVII “Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Paleontología” (SEP 2011)

IMPORTANT DATES 

Early bird registration: before July 1
Regular registration: online, before September 1
Deadline for submissions of communications: July 1, 2011
Thrid circular: September 1, 2011

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Our symposium is organized with the aim of allowing the debate about the uses and progresses in geometric morphometrics by any practitioner of the field. During the meeting the attendants will have the opportunity to present their own work, to enjoy numerous talks and discuss with other researchers. The principal aim of this meeting is to get all researchers interested in this technique together in order to open a window for discussion, help, and hopefully future collaborations.
In addition, an introductory course will be held the days previous to the conference (20‐21 July). The places will be limited and acceptance will be determined by strict pre‐inscription order. If you want to receive more information about this course and the pre‐inscription form, please contact us at this e‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Date and site

Date: July 23rd‐25th 2009

Site: Sabadell (Barcelona

Sabadell is a one of the main cities of Catalonia, located at slightly more than 20 km to the north‐west
of Barcelona. It is easily accessible from Barcelona‐El Prat airport and is very
well connected to Barcelona by train and road. The conference will be held in
the Caixa d’Estalvis de Sabadell Auditorium, a beautiful modernista building of
1915 (C/ d´En Font Nº 1. Sabadell. 08201).

 

Program

Provisional Program (All activities will be held in the Caixa d’Estalvis de Sabadell Auditorium)


Thursday July 23rd 2009

18.00 h 
Conference Registration 
19.00 h
Ice breaker


Friday July 24th 2009

9.00 h Welcome addressed by Dr. Moyà‐Solà (Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont)
9.30 h Plenary lecture by Dr. Dennis Slice (Department of scientific Computing, University of Florida, USA)
10.30 h Coffee break
11.00 h Oral presentations session
13.00 h Lunch
15.00 h Oral presentations session
16.30 h Coffee break
17.00 h Posters session 
19.00 h Plenary lecture by Dr. Paul O´Higgins (Functional morphology and Evolution Research Unit, Hull Medical School)


Saturday July 25th 2009

9.30 h 
Plenary lecture by Dr.Christian P. Klingenberg (School of Biological sciences, University of Manchester, UK) 
10.30 h Coffee break
11.00 h Oral presentations session
13.00 h Lunch
15.00 h Oral presentations session
16.00 h Coffee break
16.30 h Oral presentations session
17.30 h Round table
19.00 h Closing ceremony
21.00 h Conference dinner

 

Comittees

Convenors

Soledad De Esteban Trivigno (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Jesús Marugán Lobón (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Markus Bastir (Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, CSIC)

Organizing Committee

Meike Köhler (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Salvador Moyà‐Solà (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Isaac Casanovas Vilar (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Judit Marigó Cortés (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Rubén García Martínez (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Josep Fortuny (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Sergio Almécija (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Carlos Martínez‐Pérez (Universitat de València)

Scientific Committee

Christian Klingenberg (University of Manchester)
F. James Rohlf (State University of New York)
Angela Buscalioni (UAM)
Jesús Marugán Lobón (UAM)
Antonio Rosas (MNCN‐CSIC)
Markus Bastir (MNCN‐CSIC)
Diego Rasskin‐Gutman (UV)
Isaac Casanovas Vilar (Institut Català de Paleontologia)
Luis Azevedo Rodrigues (Escola Secundária Henriques Nogueira ‐ Torres Vedras)
Emiliano Bruner (CENIEH)
Paul O’Higgins (Hull‐York Medical School)

 

Abstracts

A proceedings volume of the congress will be published and will be available to the attendants to the meeting.

The deadline for contributors to submit an abstract is May 1st, 2009. Abstracts should be submitted in its electronic format to this e‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Author guidelines

The abstract should not exceed two pages (less than 1000 words, with references included). The main text should be written in Times New Roman at 11pp, double‐spaced and justified. Genera and species names must be in italics. The text must be preceded by the title, author(s) of the work and their affiliation(s) and contact address(es) using the following format:

Title: Must be in capital letters and centered and should not have more than 150 characters spaces included.
Author(s): Must be in lower case‐letters and centered.
Affiliation(s) and address(es): They should be numbered following authorship order and indicated next to the name of each author using a superindex. The center of affiliation and the address will be aligned to the left preceded by the number in brackets. Full postal addresses must be given for all authors. Next to the postal address the authors must include their contact e‐mail.
Example: (1) Institut Català de Paleontologia. C/ Escola Industrial, 23. 08201 Sabadell (Spain). This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
References: A reference list including all and only these references cited in the text must be included following the main text. Authors are encouraged to keep the references to a minimum. References must be prepared according to the following format:

  1. Papers written by just one author [Ex. (Pérez, 2006)]; two authors [Ex. (Pérez & Martínez, 2006)]; three authors or more [Ex. (Pérez et al., 2006)].
  2. References in the text should be arranged chronologically. The list of references should be arranged alphabetically by authors' names, and chronologically per author. If an author's name in the list is also mentioned with co‐authors, the following order should be used: Publications of the single author, arranged according to publication year ‐ publications of the same author with one co‐author, arranged according to publication year ‐ publications of the author with more than one co‐author, arranged according to publication year. If two publications of one author of the same year are to be listed they should be arranged according to citation in the text and the year should include correlative letters according to this order [Ex. (Pérez, 2006a) ; (Pérez, 2006b].
  3. The following system should be used for arranging references in the reference list:
    1. Journal papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of paper. Journal name (given in full or abbreviated using the International List of Periodical Title Word Abbreviations), volume number (issue number): first and last page numbers of the paper
    2. Monographs and books: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the monograph or book.
      Publisher, location of publisher.
    3. Edited volume papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the paper. Names and initials of the volume editors, title of the edited volume. Publisher, location of publisher, first and last page numbers of the paper.
    4. Conference proceedings papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the paper. Name of the conference. Publisher, location of publisher, first and last page numbers of the paper.
    5. Unpublished theses, reports, etc.: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the item. All other relevant information needed to identify the item (e.g., technical report, Ph.D. thesis, institute, etc.).

Figures: The author(s) may include one single figure, either a picture or graph. Black and white or grayscale figures should be sent in jpg. or tiff. format with a minimum resolution of 600 pp. Color figures are not allowed.
Tables: The author(s) may include one single table only if it is less than one page in length and the abstract does not contain any figure.

 

Travels and Accomodation

Arriving to Barcelona

By train: The main station is “Barcelona Sants” where several international trains arrive. From this station you can take a train directly to Sabadell (see below).

By plane: Barcelona –El Prat Airport is an international airport well connected by train, bus (called Aerobus) and taxi. The airport is close to Barcelona city and we recommend going to Barcelona City by aerobus (you should get off at “Plaça Catalunya”) or by train (getting off at “Barcelona Sants”). Aerobus have got a high frequency and good service.

From Barcelona to Sabadell:

From “Barcelona Sants” station to Sabadell: in working days, trains from Barcelona Sants to Sabadell have a frequency of 15 minutes. Take the C4 line of Renfe Cercanías destination “Manresa” or “Terrassa”, and after 36 minutes get off at “Sabadell Centre”. “Sabadell Centre” station is very close to the center of Sabadell and easily you can easily find the town hall as reference point.
More information about “Renfe Cercanías” in: http://www.renfe.es/cercanias/barcelona/index.html.

From “Plaça Catalunya” station to Sabadell: you can take the “Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat” to Sabadell (Sabadell Rambla station). Take S2 line headed to Sabadell Rambla station and get off the train in the last station (Sabadell Rambla station). S2 line has a frequency of 10 minutes, and is our recommended alternative.
More information about “Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat”: http://www.fgc.cat/eng/index.asp

Arriving to Sabadell by car: Sabadell is placed about 20 km from Barcelona. If you come from the west (i.e.Madrid), take the motorway “Zaragoza‐Barcelona” called AP‐2. You have to follow this motorway until “Vilafranca del Penedes” town where you connect to the motorway called “AP‐7”. Follow direction “Girona” until exit 21 called “B‐30 Cerdanyola C‐58  Barcelona Sabadell Manresa”. After that, follow by the road called C‐58 and take the exit 12 called “Sabadell Centre Nord / Sant Quirze del Vallés Sud‐Centre”. You have to pass across “Sant Quirze del Vallés” town and entering the city of Sabadell following the direction “Sabadell Centre”. You will find the council and the church following this direction. These two emplacements are very close of the Auditorium.
If you come from the north (i.e. Pyrenees). Pass across the border by “La Jonquera” to enter Catalonia. Take the motorway AP7 and follow this motorway until exit 20 called “C‐58 Sabadell Manresa”. And follow all the signs to the road “C‐58 Sabadell” until exit 12 called “Sabadell centre‐Nord / Sant Quirze del Vallès Sud4 Centre”. You have to pass across “Sant Quirze del Vallés” town and entering the city of Sabadell following the direction “Sabadell Centre”. You will find the council and the church following this direction. These two emplacements are very close to the Auditorium.

Accommodations

Hotel Urpi ***

http://www.hotelurpi.com/
Hotel Urpí offers to the attendants of the symposium a reduced price if booking early (50 € per night and
person, plus 10 € if you want continental breakfast). If you want to have access to this reduced price you must
make your reservation by phone (34 93 7235419) or e‐mail ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) making clear that you
are attending to the “I Iberian Symposium on Geometric Morphometrics” and the reduced fare (50 €/night).

Hotel Arrahona***

http://www.arrahonahotel.com/
A good 3*** hotel is located in a peaceful neighbourhood with a good connections to Barcelona. The hotel
offers 49 rooms, 39 apartments, bar, restaurant, parking and a shopping centre in the same building.

Hotel Catalonia Sabadell ****

http://www.hoteles‐catalonia.com/hc/hotel.do?opcio=detalle&id=100
A nice 4**** hotel in an unusual building of modern style, providing every comfort and service according to its
category. Hotel Catalonia Sabadell is located in the best district of Sabadell. It is surrounded by a huge park. It
is located in the Catalunya square, close to the Congress palace and de business district.

 

II Conservation Workshop

11 Feb 2015 Written by

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Des de l’Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont estem organitzant la segona edició del Workshop de Conservació Preparació-Restauració en Ciències Naturals que es realitzarà els dies 17-21 de maig de 2011 a Sabadell.

Tot i que les col·leccions de ciències naturals s’engloben dins el patrimoni cultural, els professionals que interaccionem amb elles ens trobem davant una manca de recursos de formació continuada, que ens permetin renovar els nostres coneixements i actualitzar adequadament la gestió del patrimoni que conservem.

 

 
 
L’objectiu d’aquest II Workshop és el de donar continuïtat a la feina iniciada en el I Workshop celebrat el 2009, posant èmfasi en la protecció i conservació del patrimoni natural i científic i oferint l’oportunitat única de debatre amb conservadors preparadors-restauradors de ciències naturals.

 

 
 
Volem enfocar aquesta segona edició cap a una via pràctica, interdisciplinària, de qualitat i amb projecció internacional. Per això es combinaran conferències a càrrec d’un equip de conservadors de grans col·leccions internacionals, amb un espai de comunicacions dels participants i presentacions de pòsters per poder trobar, d’aquesta manera,  solucions de forma conjunta. Oferint també una plataforma de debat amb taules rodones i tallers pràctics.

 

 
 
En el moment de formalitzar la matrícula (formulari online a través del web de l’ICP) caldrà especificar si es participarà amb una comunicació oral o mitjançant la presentació d’un pòster i quin serà el seu títol. Aquestes participacions han d’anar precedides per l’enviament d’un abstract, fent referència a si és per a una comunicació o bé per a un pòster. La data límit per a l’enviament de l’abstract és el 30 de setembre de 2010.
 
 
Un cop acceptats els abstracts s’haurà d’entregar les comunicacions i pòsters en format d’article, ja que en aquest II Workshop s’entregarà la publicació a l’inici de la seva celebració.
 
 

En aquest programa podran conèixer els noms dels ponents internacionals, així como la temàtica de les seves ponències. També  s’especifica la temàtica dels tallers i de les taules rodones, així como el lloc exacte de la seva realització. Els noms i títols de les comunicacions i dels pòsters no podran fer-se públics fins la completa recepció d’aquests. L’organització es reserva el dret de modificar el programa inicial en caso de ser logísticament necessari.

 

Dimarts, 17 de Maig de 2011 - (Tarda) - Museu ICP Sabadell

18:00h-18:30h Recepció dels participants i entrega de la documentació

18:30h Inauguració del II Conservation Workshop 

19:00h-20:00h Visita a la nostra nova exposició

20:00h-21:00h Sopar Pica-pica inaugural

 

Dimecres, 18 de Maig de  2011 - Edifici Caixa Sabadell (al costat Museo ICP)

Recepció dels participants i pòsters

9:00h -10:30h Linda Bullock Conservation consultant -The National Trust of England  Wales and Northern Ireland

“La Conservació preventiva en museus dins d’edificis històrics”

10:30h -11:00h Coffee break 

11:00h-12:30h Ticca Ogilvie - National Museums Collection Center-National Museum  Scotland “Una visió àmplia sobre sistemes de conservació preventiva -La congelació per al control de infestacions en les col·leccions d’ Història Natural i molts d’altres sistemes...”. (per confirmar títol) 

12:30h-14:00h Amy Davidson - American Museum of Natural History

“Tècniques i materials d’ arxiu per a Paleontologia de vertebrats en l’ American Museum of Natural History”.

14.00h -15:30h Dinar

15:30h-17:00h Gregory Brown - University of Nebraska

“Un enfocament de Conservació “in situ” per a la preservació de jaciments de fòssils: El cas d’ estudi  d’Ashfall Fossil Beds”insitu”en Nebraska, USA”. 

17:00h-18:30h Carlos Bernardo Padilla - Fundación Colombiana de Geobiología

“Una revisió comparativa dels mètodes clàssics i recents fent us d’ àcids en la Preparació"

18:30h-19:00h Espai debat

 

Dijous, 19 de Maig de 2011 - Edifici Caixa Sabadell ( junt Museo ICP) 

9:00h-10:30h Comunicacions  assistents II workshop 

10:30h-11:00h Coffee break 

11:00h-12:20h Comunicacions  assistents II workshop 

40’ descans

13:00h-14:00h Comunicacions  assistents II workshop 

14:00h-15:30h Dinar

15:30h-16:30h Taules rodones

1-Trasllat d’ exposicions i col·leccions: Conductora de la taula Vicen Carrió - National Museums Collection Center - National Museum  Scotland.

2-Sistemes d’ extracció i trasllat en jaciments”: Conductors de la taula Jordi Galindo – Sandra Val Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont.

16:30h-17:30h Presentacions pòsters

17:30h-18:30h Taules rodones

3-Protocols de gestió de col·leccions”: Conductora de la taula Vicen Carrió - National Museums Collection Center-National Museum  Scotland.

4-Conservació de jaciments”: Conductors de la taula Jordi Galindo – Sandra Val Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont. 

 

Divendres, 20 de Maig de 2011

9:00h-10:00h Coffee breakfast 

10:00h-13:00h Tallers pràctics i intercanvi d’experiències

1- Tècniques i  materials d’arxiu”. Amy Davidson - American Museum of Natural History.

Lloc: Museu ICP Sabadell

2-Mètodes Clàssics i Recents fent us d’Àcids en la Preparació" Carlos Bernardo Padilla - Fundación Colombiana de Geobiologia.

Lloc: Tallers ICP Universitat Autònoma

3- Mètodes i tècniques de reproduccióEleuterio Baeza - Museo Geominero de Madrid.

Lloc: Tallers ICP Universitat Autònoma

4- Tècniques d’ empaquetament de material per al transport i emmagatzematge”.

Vicen Carrió - National Museums Collection Center - National Museum  Scotland.

Lloc: Museu ICP Sabadell

13:00h-14:00h Dinar

14:00h-17:00h Tallers pràctics i intercanvi experiències

1-Tècniques i materials d’arxiu”. Amy Davidson - American Museum of Natural History.

Lloc: Museu ICP Sabadell

2-Mètodes Clàssics i Recents fent us d’Àcids en la Preparació" Carlos Bernardo Padilla - Fundación Colombiana de Geobiología.

Lloc: Tallers ICP Universitat Autònoma

3- Mètodes i tècniques de reproduccióEleuterio Baeza - Museo Geominero de Madrid.

Lloc: Tallers ICP Universitat Autònoma

4- Tècniques d’ empaquetament de material per al transport i emmagatzematge”.

Vicen Carrió - National Museums Collection Center - National Museum  Scotland.

Lloc: Museu ICP Sabadell

17:30h Refrigeri berenar clausura II Conservation Workshop

Dissabte, 21 de Maig de 2011 - Activitat opcional 

8:30h Punt de trobada, Museu ICP Sabadell

10:00h-12:00h Visita guiada al Museu de les Mines de Cercs i a la galeria de Sant Romà  

12:30h Visita guiada al Jaciment Paleontològic de Fumanya

14:30h Dinar comiat

19:00h Arribada a Sabadell

 

 

Dissabte, 21 de Maig de 2011 - Activitat opcional 

8:30h Punt de trobada, Museu ICP Sabadell

10:00h-12:00h Visita guiada al Museu de les Mines de Cercs i a la galeria de Sant Romà  

12:30h Visita guiada al Jaciment Paleontològic de Fumanya

14:30h Dinar comiat

19:00h Arribada a Sabadell

 
 

 Full inscripció

 
 
 
Sandra Val Molina.
Responsable de l’Àrea de Preparació i Restauració. ICP.
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II Conservation Workshop
A Forum to learn and to discuss about the main problems in Conservation
Preparation and Restorating of Natural History Collections
INSTITUT CATALÀ DE PALEONTOLOGIA MIQUEL CRUSAFONT
SABADELL, 17-21 maig 2011
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SEP 2011

11 Feb 2015 Written by

XXVII Jornadas Sociedad Española de Paleontología

Sabadell, 5-8 Octubre de 2011

 

Estimats amics i companys,

És un plaer convidar-vos a les “XXVII Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Paleontología (SEP)”, que organitzarà l’Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont (ICP) a Sabadell (Barcelona) del 5 al 8 d’octubre del 2011, dedicades a la memòria del distingit paleontòleg sabadellenc Miquel Crusafont, en motiu del centenari del seu naixement.

El tema principal de la SEP 2011 serà “Paleobiologia: nous conceptes i nous mètodes”. La Paleobiologia, branca de la Paleontologia que estudia els aspectes biològics dels organismes del passat, ha experimentat importants avenços en els últims anys, degut a l’aplicació en Paleontologia d’altres disciplines biològiques com la fisiologia, l’ecologia i la biomecànica (Anàlisi d’Elements Finits) o de la utilització de nous mètodes d’anàlisi com són la paleohistologia, els TAC i la morfometria geomètrica, entre d’altres.
L’aplicació d’aquestes eines en Paleontologia ha permès inferir paràmetres biològics dels organismes del passat com ara la seva locomoció, hàbits tròfics, fisiologia o ecologia.

Estem encantats d’anunciar que la SEP 2011 unirà per primera vegada tots els professionals d’aquest camp, compartint el seu coneixement, les seves troballes i preocupacions, i obrirà una porta a futures col·laboracions.

A més a més, durant aquestes jornades, les presentacions dedicades a altres camps de la Paleontologia seran també benvingudes. Tothom està convidat a venir i mostrar la seva feina a la comunitat paleontològica.

Per a més informació, consulteu el web del congrés www.icp.cat/SEP2011 o bé contacteu amb el comitè organitzador a través de la següent dirección de correu electrònic: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

D’altra banda, preguem que en feu la màxima difusió possible entre els vostres companys o membres de departament que hi puguin estar interessats.

Us esperem a tots a la SEP de Sabadell!

 

Comitè organitzador de les XXVII Jornades de la SEP

DATES IMPORTANTS

Inscripció anticipada: online, abans de l'1 de Juliol
Inscripció ordinària: online, abans de l'1 de Setembre
Data limit per la presentació de treballs: 1 Juliol 2011
Tercera circular: 1 Setembre 2011

PATROCINADORS

Tremp 2014

11 Feb 2015 Written by

Del 16 al 20 de setembre, se celebrarà a Tremp el congrés "Reconstructing the terrestrial end-Cretaceous paleoenvironments in Europe", organitzat per l'ICP, la Universidad de Zaragoza, la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona i l'Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia.

 


The Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont (ICP), along with Transmitting Science and the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, organises this Symposium to be held on 9th-10th of June in Madrid.

In July 2009 the first edition of the Iberian Symposium on Geometric Morphometrics took place in Sabadell, Barcelona. After 6 years we have decided to repeat the experience.

We consider that, now more than ever, the GM community of the Iberian Peninsula needs a meeting point for people to present their research and to grow their network.

Last time almost a hundred morphometricians met in Sabadell, so we hope this time we can beat this record and more of us will meet in Madrid for discussing all the applications, doubts and aspects of this fascinating method.

Information on the program, registration, contact, etc. is available in the official site of the Symposium

See you in Madrid!

Jesús, Markus and Sole

 

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Jesús Marugán-Lobón
(Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno
(Transmitting Science / ICP)
Markus Bastir
(Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales)

 

 

   
 
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