Institute of Soil Biology, Biology Centre of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Central European Workshop on Soil Zoology
April 16–18, 2018
Start at 9:00 CET
České Budějovice
Czech Republic
Institute of Soil Biology, Biology Centre
Czech Academy of Sciences
organizer
WelcomeHeadNadpis
We cordially invite you to participate in the 14th Central European Workshop on Soil Zoology. The CEWSZ-14 will be held as traditionally in České Budějovice on the campus of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic as the previous thirteen meetings.
REGISTRATION
For successful registration, please, fill in the registration form below and make the payment. The registration fee includes book of abstracts, welcome dinner, some small refreshments during coffee breaks, lunches and excursion costs. Last possible registration date and abstract submission is on March 20th. Abstracts submitted after this date will not be included in the abstract book.
Registration fees
Early bird payment - till March 20th
120 EUR
Students Early bird payment – till March 20th
80 EUR
Late bird payment – after March 20th
150 EUR
Students late payment – after March 20th
100 EUR
Fee:
Accompanying person: 50 EUR
Accommodation in student dormitory
Special requirements:
Vegetarian
SUBMIT FORM
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Contribution:
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Poster
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Abstract submission form
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How to pay the registration fee
Registration fee must be paid via Bank Money Transfer.
Bank: Česká spořitelna
Beneficiary: Institute of Soil Biology, Biology Centre, Czech Academy of Sciences
IBAN: CZ24 0800 0000 0000 0606 3942
BIC/SWIFT: GIBACZPX
Please, specify your name and the number 742100 on the bank money transfer.
Students with a presentation can get additional fee reduction (under request). If you have any
problem to accomplish the payment, please, contact us at cewsz@bc.cas.cz.
About conference
In this part you can find more information about Central European Workshop on Soil Zoology. If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact us.
Aim and scope
The traditional aim of this workshop is to bring together specialists from Central Europe to exchange knowledge and experience of topical issues in the field of soil zoology. All actual aspects of soil zoology and ecology research are welcome.
Deadlines
Last possible registration and submission of abstracts – March 20 th
Abstracts
Author information should include the complete name of all authors (first name preceding last name), underline the author giving the talk or presenting the poster. Do not include the author's degrees, titles or institutional appointments. The institutional affiliation, city and country should follow on a separate line. The maximum length of the whole abstract including title, name(s) of author(s) and address(es) should not exceed one A4 page, i.e. 3000 characters incl. spaces. Do not include references, tables or figures. Use a 12 pitch font size for the whole abstract, preferably Times New Roman, spacing 1.5. All abstracts should reach the Secretary of the CEWSZ-14 until March 20, 2018. Abstracts submitted after this date will not be included in the abstract book!
Presentations & Posters
Oral presentations are limited to 15 min. + 5 min. for the discussion. A PowerPoint data projector (PC with Flash-Disc mechanics) will be available. Please install your PowerPoint presentations in time before your lecture, i.e. after the registration or before the start of the corresponding session. Posters (preferred size approx. 90 cm x 100 cm – portrait) can be put on the panels in the ground floor hall in front of the Main Lecture Room (Branišovská 31) during the whole time of the workshop. Please look for the label with your name on the poster panels.
Lunches
Lunches will be served at the Academy's lunchroom, only few steps from the Main Lecture Room. You will receive lunch vouchers together with other workshop materials. The lunches are included in the registration fee.
Social programme, meals and refreshments
Drinks and snacks will be served during the coffee breaks near the registration desk. On Monday night (April 16th, 19.00) there will be a workshop dinner (costs included in the registration fee) at the short distance from a Workshop venue, nearby the city centre. All workshop participants are kindly invited. During the second workshop afternoon (Tuesday, April 17th) the poster session will be enriched by the tasting of typical regional products. For the second workshop evening (April 17th, 19.00) all participants are invited to come together for an informal dinner in the beer pub “Klub malých pivovarů” (= Club of Small Breweries) at the Husova street 119/103 – see also the map placed close to the registration desk (15 min. walk from the workshop venue). Small refreshments will be covered from the workshop sources for all present participants, but please notice that you will have to pay any additional consumption.
Accommodation
Accommodation is possible in hotels and pensions of different qualities and prices. You should make your booking directly with the hotels or pensions through their websites or emails as soon as possible. Some selected links:
www.hotel.cz/ceske-budejovice/accommodation/,
www.booking.com  A limited number of beds for favourable price will be available at student´s dormitory (if you are interested, please contact us at cewsz@bc.cas.cz).
Workshop excursion
The excursion will take place on Wednesday (April 18th). The workshop excursion is planned to selected historical sights and natural beauties in the South Bohemia. We recommend appropriate shoes and clothing in case of bad weather. The excursion costs (bus transport, entrance fees and lunch) are included in the registration fee.
Proceedings book
Following the tradition of preceding CEWSZ’s we are ready to publish papers based on your oral contributions and posters presented at the workshop in a special volume of the peer review journal of the Czech Zoological Society - Acta Societatis Zoologicae Bohemicae (ASZB) with the subtitle “Contributions to Soil Zoology in Central Europe ”. The Instructions to Authors are available at the workshop website of the Czech Zoological Society: www.zoospol.cz/?sekce=act&jazyk=en. Contributors are asked to submit their manuscripts via email directly to Mr. Karel Tajovský (cewsz@bc.cas.cz). Manuscripts have to be in English (we urgently recommend to have them reviewed by a native speaker familiar with the field) and should not exceed 12 (lectures) or 8 (posters) pages including figures, tables and references. The deadline for the submission of manuscripts is September 1 st , 2018. Each participant will receive one copy of the special volume of ASZB and a pdf file of his/her published paper.
Internet connection
Wireless internet connection will be available via the eduroam.cz system. More information about other internet connections will be available at the registration desk.
Schedule
The workshop will be hosted by the Institute of Soil Biology, Biology Centre, Czech Academy of Sciences in České Budějovice from Monday 16th to Wednesday 18th April, 2018. The workshop excursion is planned to selected historical sights and natural beauties in the South Bohemia. The scientific programme includes lectures and poster presentations covering a spectrum of different aspects of soil zoology currently worked upon in this region. Programme and schedule will be specified according to the final number of lectures and poster presentations.
16.4.
17.4.
18.4.
8:30-10:00h
REGISTRATION
10:00-10:20h
WELCOME
Note
Animal response to the environment (Chair: Jiří Schlaghamerský)
10:10h
Karel Tajovský, Jakub Horák, Patrik Rada, Petr Boža, Magdalena Roháčová, Karolina Lukášová, Petra Nováková, Pavel Pech & Jaroslav Holuša
Possible effect of alien-alien species relationship on native litter-dwelling fauna
Note
10:40-11:00h
Meike M. Schuppenhauer & Ricarda Lehmitz
Dispersal and survival of Oribatid mites in river marsh
Note
11:00-11:20h
Jiří Schlaghamerský, Martina Bílková, Jana Schenková, Vendula Polášková & Michal Horsák
Microannelids of fen and grassland soils in the Western Carpathians
Note
11:20-11:40h
Václav Pižl, Jiří Schlaghamerský & Michal Horsák
Earthworm assemblages in fens of the Western Carpathians
Note
11:40-12:00h
Ladislav Háněl & Miloslav Devetter
A preliminary survey of soil nematode assemblages at five types of habitats
in Svalbard, Norway
Note
12:00h
WORKSHOP PHOTO
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12:30-13:30h
LUNCH
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Animals indicate changes in habitats (Chair: Peter Nagy)
14:00-14:20h
Jiří Tůma, Tom M. Fayle, Simon Segar & Paul Eggleton
Barcoding reveals a predatory link between soil-dwelling ants and termites
on habitat degradation gradient in Borneo
14:20-14:40h
Julia Shrubovych, Karel Tajovský, Peter Čuchta, Josef Starý,
Jiří Kaňa, Jerzy Smykla & Maria Sterzyńska
Effect of forest disturbances on soil microarthropods (Hexapoda: Protura)
in mountain lake catchments on different bedrock conditions
14:40-15:00h
Michael Steinwandter, Katherina Damisch, Ulrike Tappeiner & Julia Seeber
& Julia Seeber
Seasonal dynamics, abundance and diversity of Alpine soil macrofauna in dry grassland along a subalpine land-use transect
15:00-15:20h
Petra Kokořová, Josef Starý & Miloslav Devetter
Oribatid mites and other soil fauna of Himalayan cold deserts (Ladakh, India)
15:20-15:40h
Péter Nagy & Gábor Bakonyi
From nematode diversity to the diversity of nematological evidence
15:40-16:10h
COFFEE BREAK
Methodological issues (Chair: Ivan Kos)
16:10-16:30h
Beáta Haľková, Ján Rudy & Andrej Mock
Collecting of terrestrial isopods (Oniscidea) and millipedes (Diplopoda)
in winter: a little effort?
16:30-16:50h
Nikola Jureková, Natália Raschmanová, Ľubomír Kováč, Dana Miklisová, Martina Červená & Jana Christophoryová
Data on diversity and vertical distribution of Collembola (Hexapoda) in scree slopes are affected by type of a fixative solution in subterranean traps
16:50-17:10h
Žan Kuralt & Ivan Kos
GBIF data for species distribution modelling: A case study of Lithobius erythrocephalus (Chilopoda: Lithoobiidae)
17:10-17:30h
Ting-Wen Chen, Jo-Fan Chao, Ina Schaefer, Matty P. Berg & Stefan Scheu
Assembly processes in soil Collembola communities: Integrating phylogeny and trait-based approaches
19:00h
WORKSHOP DINNER
Evolutionary history and genetics of animals
9:00-9:20h
Ondřej Machač
Soil harvestmen in Central Europe
Note
9:20-9:40h
Miriam Schaider& Günther Raspotnig
Chemosystematics in harvestmen: Disentangling the evolutionary history
of “Sclerosomatid Compounds”
Note
9:40-10:00h
Bing Zhang, Ting-Wen Chen, Eduardo Mateos, Ina Schaefer & Stefan Scheu
Genetic structure among cryptic species in the European Lepidocyrtus lanuginosus group (Collembola: Entomobryidae)
Note
10:00-10:20h
Vladimír Šustr, Miloslav Šimek, Roey Angel, Alica Chroňáková, Karel Tajovský, Lucie Faktorová & Anna Koubová
Methanogenesis in millipedes: Current state of knowledge
Note
10:20-10:50h
COFFEE BREAK
Note
Animal interactions (Chair: Karel Tajovský)
10:50-11:10h
Jaroslav Smrž
Association of microorganisms and mites
Note
11:10-11:30h
Michala Bryndová, Daniel Stec, Łukasz Michalczyk & Miloslav Devetter.
The relationship of functional traits connected with feeding of tardigrades and their dietary preferences.
Note
11:30-11:50h
Miloslav Devetter, Ladislav Háněl, Klára Řeháková & Jiří Doležal
Diversity and feeding strategies of soil microfauna along elevation gradients in Himalayan cold deserts
Note:
11:50-12:10h
Jan Frouz
The effect of soil fauna in soil processes on various spatiotemporal scales
12:30-13:30h
LUNCH
14:00-15:00h
Poster session I (Chair: Michala Bryndová)
15:00-15:30h
Refreshment with discussion to the Poster session I
15:30-16:30h
Poster session II (Chair: Petra Kokořová)
16:30-17:00h
Refreshment with discussion to the Poster session II
19:00h
INFORMAL MEETING in “Klub malých pivovarů”
(= Club of Small Breweries)
9:00h
DEPARTURE – Branišovská 31
17:00h
ASSUMED ARRIVAL
19:00h
INFORMAL COME-TOGETHER IN A PUB
Organisers
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Karel Tajovský
Director of the ISB
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Miloslav Devetter
zoologist ISB
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Michala Bryndová
Phd student ISB
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Petra Kokořová
Phd student ISB
2018 Institute of Soil Biology, Biology Centre