NEOBIOTA 2022 @ Tartu (Estonia)
Biological Invasions in a Changing World
NEOBIOTA 2022 – 12th International Conference on Biological Invasions
Tartu (Estonia) – September 12-16 2022 – organised by Madli Linder
Venue: Conference Centre of the University of Tartu Library (City centre)
NEOBIOTA 2020 @ Vodice, Croatia
11th International Conference on Biological Invasions
The Human Role in Biological Invasions: a case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
- Conference website → http://www.neobiota2020.biol.pmf.hr
- Conference email address →
All important information concerning dates, registration, booking, fees, etc. are available at the NEOBIOTA 2020 website.
The abstract submission process started by the end of February and has been closed by 15 May 2020.
NEOBIOTA is thinking about all those who are affected by the disruption to daily life caused by COVID-19. We are continuing with the preparations for the NEOBIOTA2020 according to the original plan.
However, we will closely monitored the situation, and work on contingency plans if needed. Please, check the NEOBIOTA2020 web pages regularly for the updates. We hope you remain safe.
EMAPI 15 @ Prague : 9-13 September 2019
NEOBIOTA 2018 @ Dublin, Ireland
NEOBIOTA 2018, the 10th International Conference on Biological Invasions, takes place in Dublin (Ireland) from September 4-7 2018 and is organized by Bruce Osborne. → http://www.neobiota2018.org
EMAPI 14 @ Lisbon : 4-8 September 2017
NEOBIOTA 2016 @ Vianden (Luxembourg)
NEOBIOTA 2014 @ Antalya (Turkey)
2014 – Antalya, Turkey – November 3-8
8th International Conference on Biological Invasions
Biological Invasions: From understanding to action
→ Download abstract book [PDF ~4,5 MB]
http://www.neobiota2014.org (account suspended)
NEOBIOTA 2012 @ Pontevedra (Spain)
2012 – Pontevedra, Spain – September 12-14
7th Neobiota Conference
Biological Halting Biological Invasions in Europe: from Data to Decisions
NEOBIOTA 2010 @ Copenhagen (Danmark)
2010 – Copenhagen, Danmark – September 14–17
6th Neobiota Conference
Biological Invasions in a Changing World – From Science to Management