RCPol Workshop Schedule, September 4th

RCPol Workshop Schedule, September 4th

The RCPol workshop is free and will happen along with the XV Brazilian Symposium on Paleobotany and Palynology in Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil. This workshop You can register for the Symposium on this link: https://www.15sbpp.com/

Dia 04/09/2019

8h00 – 8h15

Online Pollen Catalogues Network: digital spores and gymnosperms pollen database for preservation and research support
Dra. Mercedes di Pasquo Lartigue (ALPP/Argentina)

8h20 – 8h35

ULBRA Pollen Collection 2015-2019: results and new challenges
Dra. Soraia Girardi Bauermann (ULBRA/Brazil)

8h55 – 9h10

Fern and Lycophyta spores morphological diversity in the Southern Cone
Dr. Gonzalo Javier Marquez (CONICET)

9h15 – 9h30

The National Museum (Paleo) Pollen Collection: the beginning, the end and a new beginning
Dr. Marcelo de Araujo Carvalho (Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro/Brazil)

9h35 – 9h50

Grass pollen from the Brazilian south
Msc. Jefferson Nunes Radaeski (RCPol/Brazil)

9h55 – 10h10

Palynology in Bolivia: perspective, advances in historical vegetation, climate reconstruction and pollen-plants-bees interactions
Dra. Teresa Dunia Isabel Ortuño Limarino (Herbário Nacional de Bolívia/Bolívia)

10h15 – 10h45

Coffee break

10h45 – 11h00

ASA Pollen Collection – semiarid bees
Dra. Camila Maia da Silva (UFERSA/Brazil)

11h05 – 11h20

Paraná’s west honey: melissopalynology and geographical characterization
Dra. Regina Garcia (UNIOESTE/Brazil)

11h25 – 11h40

RCPol contributions to Brazil’s northeastern apiculture
Msc. José Elton de Melo Nascimento (UEM/Brazil)

11h45 – 12h00

Plant-pollinator interaction in amazon fruit trees
Dra. Márcia Motta Maués (Embrapa Amazônia Oriental/Brazil)

12h05 – 12h20

Maranhão Federal University Pollen Collection (PALIUFMA): current situation and future perspectives
Dra. Patricia Maia Correia de Albuquerque (UFMA/Brazil)

12h25 – 12h40

Plant species used by males and females of Peponapis pruinosa in Curcubita pepo crops
Dra. Patrícia Nunes Silva (Unisinos/Brazil)

12h45 – 13h00

Pollen as a natural marker in the evaluation of plant-bee interactions in a regeneration area inside an agricultural matrix
Dra. Roberta Cornélio Ferreira Nocelli (UFSCar/Brazil)

13h05 – 14h30


14h30 – 15h00

Biological data management digital tools: problems, solutions and perspectives
Dr. Allan Koch Veiga (RCPol/Brazil)

15h00 – 16h00

Evaluation and RCPol project report
Dra. Cláudia Inês da Silva (USP/UNESP/Brazil)

16h00 – 18h00

Discussion about the continuation of the RCPol project
Dra. Cláudia Inês da Silva (USP/UNESP/Brazil)

For the symposium, Dr Cláudia Inês da Silva (RCPol coordinator) has organized and will act as moderator of a Palynoecology Section that will happen on September 5th. Check out the section speakers and their presentations:

RCPol: contributions to Palynoecology
Dra. Cláudia Inês da Silva (USP/UNESP/Brazil)

The importance of pollen studies in the interaction network of amazon fruit trees
Dra. Cristiane Krug (Embrapa Amazônia Ocidental/Brazil)

Secret interactions revealed through pollen analysis
Dra. Isabel Alves dos Santos (USP/Brazil)

Pollen studies at Magdalena University, Colombia: current state and future perspectives
Dra. Paula Andrea Sepulveda Cano (Universidad del Magdaleña/Colombia)

ECOMENTS research group studies on Palynology
Dra. Patricia Luiza de Oliveira Rebouças (UNIVASF/Brazil)

RCPol will also offer a condensed version of our training course as a mini-course in the symposium on September 7th:

Mini-course 4

Data collection, organization and insertion into the RCPol database

This course has 2 parts, a theoretical one and a practical one. In the first one, the participants will hear a brief overview of RCPol and learn the theory of pollen material collection, preparation, description, nomenclature and data organization in spreadsheets according to RCPol protocols. In the second part, the participants will learn how to insert data into the spreadsheets and how to use RCPol data quality tools.