Inicio > Noticias

Noticias

30/11/2010 (Hangzhou, CHina)

Primera circular del 5th International Symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies

Os dejamos la primera circular del próximo Internarional Symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies, que ya va por su quinta edición, y que se celebrará en esta ocasión en el  Zhejiang Museum of Natural History, Hangzhou, China. En este encuentro se reúnen cada tres años los mayores especialistas en huevos de vertebrados del mundo, así que si estáis interesados en el tema, no podéis faltar ya que se visitarán algunos de los mejores yacimientos con huevos, nidos y embriones del mundo.
Dear oologists and colleagues

We are very pleased to have this opportunity to be the host institution of the 5th International Symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies. There details of the meeting are presented below.

During the meeting, we will have a special exhibition about Dinosaur Eggs and Babies in the Zhejiang Museum of Natural History, to show the egg fossil with embryo, Dinosaur babies and all types of fossil eggs found in China. In addition, the exhibition leaves room for the new research achievements.

Please contact us with electronic document if you are willing to display your research results, we will make plates in same style. A call for abstracts will begin in early 2012 and probably close around June 1.

More details to follow At last, hope you spare your time for the 5th International Symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies.


Best regards

Jin Xingsheng
Doctor of Science Professor and Vice-director of Zhejiang Museum of Natural History Hangzhou, China,

310014 Tel: 86-571-88219136

5th International Symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies

WHEN
September, 2012.
Conference would be 2-3 days in first mid to late September plus fieldtrips.

HOST INSTITUTION
Zhejiang Museum of Natural History, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China

HOST COMMITTEE
Xingsheng Jin Zhejiang Museum of Natural History
Wenjian Zheng Zhejiang Museum of Natural History
Junfang Xie Zhejiang Museum of Natural History
Yoichi Azuma Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum (Japan) and Zhejiang Museum of Natural History
Zhejiang Museum of Natural History is one of the few provincial-level museums in natural history in China and also one of the museums with a long history created by Chinese people. Its predecessor, the West Lake Museum, was born out of the first West Lake Exposition in 1929. During the past 80 years, Zhejiang Museum of Natural History has played an active role in protecting natural heritage, popularizing science, conducting academic researches and promoting cultural exchange, and so forth. The new Museum, covering an area of 26,000 square meters, was officially opened to the public for free in July, 2009.

Zhejiang Museum of Natural History located on the center of Hangzhou City , Zhejiang Province. There are some hotels and restaurants near the museum.
There are one lecture room and some meeting room in the museum. It is very convenient for live and meeting. There are above 3000 of dinosaur egg and dinosaur fossils housed in Zhejiang Museum of Nature History.

Weather in Hangzhou in September is warm, sunny and dry. Average temperatures are 20 C.

FIELD TRIPS
> Pre-conference field trip to The Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) of the Permian-Triassic.
> Post-conference field trip possibly including:
Tiantai Basin- There are many dinosaur eggs discovered.
Dongyang City- dinosaur , dinosaur egg and dinosaur footprint fossil site.

Ver listado de noticias