Ecol Res (2018) 33: 287–288 DOI 10.1007/s11284-018-1586-0 Climate Change and Biodiversity Conservation in East Asia SPECIAL FEATURE as a token of memory for the 7th EAFES in Daegu, Korea Chang Seok Lee You Mi Lee Published online: 2 March 2018 The Ecological Society of Japan 2018 We are pleased to present the March issue of Ecological the EABCN are in operation. The WG on Flora of Research as a special issue as a part of the commemo- Northeastern Asia (Plant Checklist) targets reviewing ration to mark the 7th East Asian Federation of Eco- plant lists collected and re-arranging the scientiﬁc names logical Societies (EAFES) International Congress held and synonyms in response to the GSPC target of com- on 19–22 April 2016 in Daegu, Republic of Korea. The pleting World Flora, with preparation of a web-based EAFES established in 2003 collaboratively by the eco- platform. It has been completed to combine 130,000 logical societies of China, Japan, and the Republic of scientiﬁc names of plants in the Korean peninsula and Korea aims at promoting ecological science in East Asia three provinces of China (Jilin, Liaoning, Heilongjiang), by exchanging knowledge and strengthening research and it will be completed to combine the
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