We are delighted to invite professionals, academics, amateurs, and students with an interest in botany and vegetation to the second symposium on ‘Flora, Vegetation and Landscape of Pomerania’ in Wartin, Germany.
The symposium comprises two days of plenary lectures and oral presentations alongside a poster exhibition. The third day is dedicated to field trips.
The contributions focus on historical and current changes in the flora and vegetation of the Pomeranian landscape, including
We look forward to welcoming you in Wartin!
The Organizing Committee
starting at 16:00
continued, starting at 8:00
Welcome and Plenary lecture
Oral presentations in two parallel sessions
Barbecue and Live-Music
Oral presentations in two parallel sessions
and transfer to train station/Wartin
Presentations can be held in English, German or Polish and translation (German-Polish/Polish-German) will be provided. Slides are preferably presented in English.
Posters can be presented in English or in Polish/German with English translation of title and captions of figures and tables.
Abstracts for presentations and posters must be submitted in English. Language improvement by a native speaker will be provided upon request. (Please contact us!)
During the field trips, translation German-Polish/Polish-German will be provided.
Prof. i.R. Dr. Eike Gringmuth-Dallmer
Department of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology
Institute of History
“Settlement, Economy and Land use in Oder region
during prehistoric and protohistoric times”
Prof. Dr. Pierre L. Ibisch
Professor for Nature Conservation
Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management
University for Sustainable Development
“Biodiversity in a changing world - a global perspective”
Field trip 1:
Semi-natural wet and dry grasslands along the Randow Valley river
We will visit the esker Schwarze Berge (xeric sand calcareous grassland) in the morning, carry on to orchid meadows at Latzigsee with Orchis palustris and Liparis loeselii, and spent the afternoon at Koblentzer Seewiesen with inland salt vegetation.
Field trip 2:
Lakes and forests of the Mecklenburg lake district near Feldberg
We will start by crossing the Schmaler Luzin lake by boat and walking on Hauptmannsberg hill, providing a magnificent view over the lakes and the surrounding beech forests. In the afternoon, we will visit the woods of Heilige Hallen, one of the oldest and least disturbed beech forests in north-eastern Germany.
1 May 2012
Abstract submission deadline
1 June 2012
Notification of acceptance and deadline for payment of the normal conference fee
1 July 2012
1 November 2012
Full manuscript submission deadline
Please register by filling the registration form (.doc) and sending it to email@example.com.
Since there is a limit of 80 participants, we recommend registering early. Registration is only valid and will be confirmed by email upon receipt of the conference fee.
The conference fee of 135 Euro (German participants)/45 Euro (Polish participants) covers accommodation and food during the symposium as well as the conference proceedings. Payments must be made to the account of :
IBAN DE 06140520000301027625
BIC NOLA DE 21 LWL
(within Germany: Kto-Nr. 301 027 625, BLZ 140 520 00)
Abstracts have to be submitted by using the abstract submission form (.doc) and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstracts will be reviewed and notification of acceptance will be sent out by email.
Publication of papers in English is planned in a special issue of Plant Diversity and Evolution (as in 2011 based on the first symposium 2007 in Szczecin).
Thomas Hübener, University of Rostock
Sebastian Lorenz, University of Greifswald
Rica Münchberger, NABU Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Agnieszka Popiela, University of Szczecin
Stefan Porembski, University of Rostock
Heike Ringel, NABU Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Ulf Schiefelbein, NABU Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Franziska Tanneberger, University of Greifswald
Sylvia Thiele, NABU Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Dirk Weichbrodt, NABU Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Wartin Manor is located about 100 km north of Berlin and 35 km southwest of Sczcecin, in the enchanting landscape of the Uckermark, also known as the ‘Tuscany of the North’, a mixture of grass-covered hills, lakes, woods, and river valleys. The beautifully restored manor house is embedded in a peaceful and variegated park and gardens, making it the perfect place for a symposium on botany and landscape ecology. Wartin Manor is a regional cultural centre, an international congress venue, and the seat of both the European Academy and the Foundation Collegium Wartinum.
See also www.schloss-wartin.de.
We would like to encourage you to travel to the symposium by train. A shuttle service from Grambow and Casekow stations will be provided upon request.
By car, you can reach Wartin from highway A11 (exit Schmölln) via Sommersdorf.
tel.: +49 385 2003612 (only Monday and Tuesday)
Dr. Rica Münchberger (Geschäftsführung)
telefon: ++49-385-75894 81
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Dieses Projekt wird unterstützt durch die Europäische Union aus Mitteln des Europäischen Fonds für Regionale Entwicklung (INTERREG IVA-Fonds für kleinere Projekte in der Euroregion Pomerania).