About the conference
The International Conference on Serpentine Ecology (ICSE) directed by The International Serpentine Ecology Society (ISES) has been held every three years since 1991. It is one of the major international scientific forums in the field of serpentine ecology, bringing together botanists, zoologists, microbiologists, physiologists, geneticists, geologists, soil scientists and other applied specialists studying the ecology of ultramafic rocks and soil. Previous conferences took place in the USA, New Caledonia, South Africa, Cuba, Italy, Portugal, Malaysia, and Albania. The conference will be held in Russia (the city of Ekaterinburg) for the first time.
The ICSE is a worldwide multidisciplinary group of scientists interested in different aspects of serpentine biota, including diversity, ecology, evolution, physiology, and applied research in green technologies and conservation. The main goal of the ICSE is to create a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences, and to promote scientific dialogue, among scientists from numerous fields that share interests in the study of serpentine habitats worldwide. The previous ICSE conference was held in Tirana and Pogradec (Albania) 5—9 June 2017. The conference was attended by more than 100 delegates from 29 countries.
Created / Updated: 10 June 2019 / 26 February 2020
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