Abstracts must be submitted through the online form you will find on this web page.
Abstracts will only be accepted in English.
The abstract will be submitted under the complete acceptance of the submission criteria.
The Dino 12 Conference Scientific Committee reserves the right to reject any abstract, if it does not meet these criteria.
A maximum of 10 co-authors (including the presenting author) can sign the Abstract.
The deadlines for abstracts presentation is the following: 1/03/2022
At least one author must be registered on the Conference by 15/03/2022.
Abstract acceptance or rejection will be notified by e-mail 1/04/2022.
The abstracts will have a limit of 2000 characters (controlled by the form).
The presenting author shall indicate the presentation format: oral communication or poster. However, the Scientific Committee will decide over the final format.
Oral communications will acount with 10-minute presentation of your work followed by questions, in a Chaired session with other presenters.
Posters will be displayed with others according to the topic you have chosen. The organization will inform the presenting author, in due time, the date and time you need to be available to discuss any matter related to your poster with other colleagues participating on the conference.
The presenting Author must choose on of the listed thematic areas: A. Climate Change, B. Ecology, C. Toxic Dinoflagellates and Biotoxins, D. Palaeoecology and Palaeoceanography, E. Mesozoic and Cenozoic Dynocyst Stratigraphies, F. Phanerozoic and deep tim scales, G. Dinocyst Systematics, H. Life Cycles and Nutritional Strategies, I. Biodiversity and Systematics, J. Stratigraphy, K. Evolution, L. Taxonomy
Please avoid diagrams, illustrations, tables, references or graphics in the abstract. Provide maximum relevant information in the abstract and if the subject matter is empirical, the following structure is obligatory: The objective, methods, results, conclusions.
Please indicate 4 keywords for your abstract.
The presenting author can attach to the form a document on PDG or JPG format of maximum 10 MB.
We encourage colleages who presented their works for the original dates (2020), to present it again updating data's and information which might add value to the conference and underpin the debate (The technical Secretariat will contact them directly to comment this point).