Call for Abstract

4th International Conference on Biodiversity , will be organized around the theme “Share and Enhance Ecological & Geological Conservation research”

Biodiversity-2015 is comprised of 11 tracks and 63 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Biodiversity-2015.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Monitoring, analysis and management of environmental pollution
  • Track 1-2Health and environment
  • Track 1-3Satellite applications in the biodiversity
  • Track 1-4Biotic interactions in temperate and tropical forests
  • Track 1-5Sustainable energy systems and environmental considerations
  • Track 1-6Biofuels and agronomy
  • Track 1-7Geology & Geoscience & Geophysics
  • Track 1-8Theory of Biodiversity
  • Track 3-1Current research and Potential applications in evolutionary biology
  • Track 3-2Origin of Species and Evolution
  • Track 3-3Population and conservation biology
  • Track 3-4Protection of endangered species: What are we doing?
  • Track 3-5Plant Pathology and Microbiology
  • Track 3-6Biogeography
  • Track 4-1Hydrogeology- distribution, movement, and management of ground water
  • Track 4-2Hydroinformatics- applications in information and communications technology
  • Track 4-3Hydrobiology- movement of water in life processes
  • Track 4-4Wastewater and sludge treatment technology and reclamation
  • Track 4-5Ground water management
  • Track 4-6 Freshwater & marine ecosystems
  • Track 5-1Integrated pest, nutrient, and weed management systems
  • Track 5-2Biocontrol and soil microbiology
  • Track 5-3Wet lands and deforestation
  • Track 5-4Biodiversity through agriculture and horticulture
  • Track 5-5Epidemiology of diseases and modeling
  • Track 5-6Genetic manipulation of crop plants for pest resistance
  • Track 6-1Wastewater Discharge/ River Basin Management
  • Track 6-2Environmental Management
  • Track 6-3Biodegradation, leaching, and toxicity assessments
  • Track 6-4Solid Waste Management
  • Track 6-5Environmental engineering & management
  • Track 6-6Biodegradation of organic contaminants in groundwater
  • Track 7-1Effect of environmental change on living organisms
  • Track 7-2Recent Satellite sensors for Monitoring Natural Hazards
  • Track 7-3Synthetic biology towards biodefense
  • Track 7-4Evolution of species, Vulnerable species, Species evenness, Wildlife preserve
  • Track 8-1Energy from live forms and biomass
  • Track 8-2Energy sustainability and renewable energies
  • Track 8-3Green energy technology
  • Track 8-4Hazardous substances, emission sources, and detection techniques
  • Track 8-5Economic modelling of energy technologies
  • Track 8-6Resource development for environmental sustainability
  • Track 8-7Exploration of sustainable resources and economic sustainability
  • Track 9-1Challenges in long term conservation of biodiversity
  • Track 9-2Synthetic biothreats and future biological weapons
  • Track 9-3Human activities and their impacts on biodiversity
  • Track 9-4Emerging diseases effecting biodiversity
  • Track 9-5Biodiversity offsetting
  • Track 9-6Food Sovereignty and Food Security
  • Track 9-7Bio-drug discovery and bioenvironmental Engineering
  • Track 10-1Advanced treatment of water and secondary effluents
  • Track 10-2Management of water treatment residuals
  • Track 10-3Hazardous waste and Industrial waste treatment
  • Track 10-4Agricultural waste management and minimization
  • Track 10-5Waste Recycling and reuse
  • Track 10-6Effect of pollutants in atmosphere, soil and water
  • Track 11-1Biodiversity Conservation for Climate Mitigation
  • Track 11-2Renewable Energy Sources
  • Track 11-3Biodiversity and Endangered Species
  • Track 11-4Biodiversity & Forest management
  • Track 11-5Global Biodiversity Impacts and Climate Adaptation
  • Track 11-6Ethnobiology & Ethnoecology
  • Track 11-7Satellite applications in the environment