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Scientists from Banna botanical garden attend the Eurasia Neogene climate evolution Conference
From September 24 to 27, the 19th annual meeting of Neogene climate evolution in Eurasia was held in Komarov Institute of Botany, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia. Neclime (Neogene climate evolution in Eurasia), established in 2000, is an international academic organization mainly composed of Eurasian geologists, paleontologists, botanists and paleoclimatologists. Its main research goal is to explore the records and rules of Neogene climate evolution in Eurasia, and provide theoretical basis for coping with future climate change. There are six themes in this annual meeting, including paleoclimate and vegetation evolution in northern Eurasia, paleoclimate and vegetation evolution in Middle Asia, Pliocene Pleistocene paleoflora in northern Eurasia, Cenozoic mammals in northern and Central Eurasia and their paleoenvironmental implications, high latitude climate and vegetation, and neclime conventional topics. About 50 people from more than 10 countries attended the meeting. Zhou zhekun, researcher of paleoecology research group of Banna botanical garden, Xing Yaowu, leader of biogeography and ecology research group, Wang TengXiang, postgraduate student of paleoecology group, and Huang Yongjiang, associate researcher of Kunming Institute of Botany, attended the meeting, and presented "Tibet was the cross road of floristic exchange in Paleogene" and “Long distance dispersal or dispersal through land bridges? —— An integrated biogeographic study of Juglandaceae based on molecular and fossil evidence”、“Fossil involucres of Ostrya (Betulaceae) in the early Oligocene Yunnan and their biogeographic implications”、 "Fossil charcoals indicate a local wildfire in a coniferous mixed forest from the late pleiocene of southern Tibetan Plateau" was given an oral report, and the latest progress and achievements in this field were exchanged with international peers, which further enhanced the influence of Banna botanical garden in the field of Cenozoic paleoplants and paleoclimate. After the end of the report, the participants had a heated discussion on the future development direction of neclime. During the meeting, participants collectively inspected the sestreretsk mire Nature Reserve in the north of St. Petersburg, where the largest swamp ecosystem in the urban area is preserved, with large-scale peat moss and Pinus densiflora forests.
Report and group photo by researchers of Banna Botanical Garden
Author:Wang TengXiang  Original link:http://www.xtbg.ac.cn/xwzx/zhxw/201909/t20190929_5402986.html
  address:Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Menglun, Mengla, Yunnan 666303, China   
E-mail:ywxing@xtbg.org.cn