Call for Abstract

2nd International Conference on Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development, will be organized around the theme “To understand the recent advances in Biodiversity on earth by implying research, education and outreach”

Biodiversity-2013 is comprised of 16 tracks and 102 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Biodiversity-2013.

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 1-1Biodiversity convention
  • Track 1-2Ichnology, landscape ecology, and fossils
  • Track 1-3Entomology and anthropology in biodiversity conservation
  • Track 1-4Biodiversity through horticulture
  • Track 1-5Population and conservation biology
  • Track 1-6Wet lands and deforestation
  • Track 2-1Current research in evolutionary biology
  • Track 2-2Evolutionary neurosciences and evolutionary anthropology
  • Track 2-3Sociobiology and technological aspects of evolution
  • Track 2-4Potential applications of evolution
  • Track 2-5Adaptation and coevolution
  • Track 2-6Protection of endangered species: What are we doing?
  • Track 2-7Heredity and genetic diversity
  • Track 2-8Phylogeny and computational biology
  • Track 3-1Monitoring, analysis and management of environmental pollution
  • Track 3-2Health and environment
  • Track 3-3Satellite applications in the environment
  • Track 3-4Biotic interactions in temperate and tropical forests
  • Track 3-5Sustainable energy systems and environmental considerations
  • Track 3-6Biofuels and agronomy
  • Track 3-7Arctic and alpine ecology
  • Track 4-1Biodeterioration and post-harvest technology
  • Track 4-2Microbes and environment
  • Track 4-3Molecular plant protection
  • Track 4-4Epidemiology of diseases and modeling
  • Track 4-5Mycosystematics and microbial diversity
  • Track 4-6Molecular biology and microbial genomics
  • Track 4-7Agriculture microbiology
  • Track 5-1Fungal endophytes and mycorrhizae
  • Track 5-2Solubilising microorganisms
  • Track 5-3Integrated pest, nutrient, and weed management systems
  • Track 5-4Genetic manipulation of crop plants for pest resistance
  • Track 5-5New developments in organic farming
  • Track 5-6Impact on conventional production systems
  • Track 5-7Quality control, regulation and safety management issues
  • Track 5-8Biocontrol and soil microbiology
  • Track 6-1Hydrogeology- distribution, movement, and management of ground water
  • Track 6-2Hydroinformatics- applications in information and communications technology
  • Track 6-3Hydrobiology- movement of water in life processes
  • Track 6-4Wastewater and sludge treatment technology and reclamation
  • Track 6-5Water distribution on earth
  • Track 6-6Water evaluation and planning
  • Track 7-1Biodegradation of organic contaminants in groundwater
  • Track 7-2Biodegradation, leaching, and toxicity assessments
  • Track 7-3Bioremediation technologies and biotransformation processes
  • Track 7-4Genetic engineering approaches
  • Track 7-5Mycoremediation and phytoremediation
  • Track 7-6Landscape degradation and restoration
  • Track 7-7Hazardous substances, emission sources, and detection techniques
  • Track 8-1Meteorology and paleoclimatology
  • Track 8-2Global warming and ozone layer depletion
  • Track 8-3Oceanography and glaciology
  • Track 8-4Geophysics and atmospheric sciences
  • Track 8-5Geography and mineralogy
  • Track 8-6Climatology and climatic changes
  • Track 8-7Geology and sedimentology
  • Track 8-8Cartography and geoinformatics
  • Track 8-9Environmental issues and policies
  • Track 9-1Biogeochemical cycles and aquatic ecosystems
  • Track 9-2Trophic dynamics
  • Track 9-3Carbon transformation and nutrient mineralization
  • Track 9-4Energy flow and biomass
  • Track 9-5Litter decomposition and food systems
  • Track 9-6Effect of biogeochemical variables on biodiversity patterns
  • Track 9-7Impact on terrestrial ecosystems in rapidly changing environment
  • Track 10-1Energy sustainability
  • Track 10-2Energy from live forms and biomass
  • Track 10-3Renewable energies
  • Track 10-4Green energy technology
  • Track 10-5Economic modelling of energy technologies
  • Track 10-6Elements of sustainable agriculture
  • Track 11-1Demographic transition
  • Track 11-2Adaptive strategies for changing the planet
  • Track 11-3Resource development for environmental sustainability
  • Track 11-4Exploration of sustainable resources and economic sustainability
  • Track 12-1Bioterrorism and warfare
  • Track 12-2Synthetic biothreats and future biological weapons
  • Track 12-3System failures and human errors
  • Track 12-4Impact on biodiversity
  • Track 12-5Emerging diseases effecting biodiversity
  • Track 13-1Addressing biodiversity loss
  • Track 13-2Coral diversity and its safety
  • Track 13-3Challenges in long term conservation of biodiversity
  • Track 13-4Wild life management
  • Track 13-5Geographic shifts of species
  • Track 13-6Human activities and their impacts
  • Track 13-7Current issues in technology transfer and enforcement
  • Track 13-8Measures for crop improvement and production
  • Track 14-1Biochemical engineering
  • Track 14-2Food process technology and engineering
  • Track 14-3Bioengineering and biomedical engineering
  • Track 14-4Biological and medicinal chemistry
  • Track 14-5Energy and environment
  • Track 15-1Leachate treatment
  • Track 15-2Air pollution control and equipment
  • Track 15-3Pollution prevention in industry
  • Track 15-4Hazardous waste and waste treatment
  • Track 15-5Recycling and reuse
  • Track 16-1Greenhouse gases
  • Track 16-2Solar activity
  • Track 16-3Climate change mitigation
  • Track 16-4Ozone layer depletion