Provisional General and Scientific Programs *

Aug 29. (Mon), 2016
Room WS1, 1st Floor, Building S1 (Natural Science and Techonology Main Hall), Kakuma Campus, Kanazawa University
Inaugral address
Tamotsu Hoshino (The president of ISAM10)
Yuichi Yamaoka (The president of the Mycological Society of Japan)
Open symposium for participants and citizens (although English only)
“Alpine fungi and plants on Mt. Hakusan”

Cochaired by Henning Knudesen and Tamotsu Hoshino

1. Key note on arcto-alpine mycology.
Henning Knudsen, Torbjørn Borgen, and Steen A. Elborne
Natural History Museum of Denmark

2. Global warming and arcto-alpine fungi - patterns of spatial heterogeneity of clavarioid mycobiota species richness at the forest-tundra ecotone.
Anton Shiryaev
Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Russian Academy of Science

3. Profile of Mt. Hakusan.
Ei Kawahara 1) and Masanori Toga 2)
1) Ishikawa Mushroom Association, 2) Mt. Hakusan Nature Conservation Center

4. Phylogeography of Japanese alpine plants: biogeographic importance of alpine region of central Honshu in Japan
Noriyuki Fujii
Kumamoto University

5. Circumpolar fungi on Mt. Hakusan
Taiga Kasuya
Chiba Institute of Science

These draft programs may be updated and will be labeled so if a new edition is issued.
(The paperes here are listed tentatively in order of application.)

Arctic and Alpine Hebeloma within Europe
Henry Beker 1) and Ursula Eberhardt 2)
1) Royal Hlloway of London, 2) Staatliches Museum fur Naturkunde Stuttgart, Germany

Ecotype of Typhula ishikariensis in the Arctic
Tamotsu Hoshino 1), Oleg B. Tkachenko 2), Anne M. Tronsmo 3), and Naoyuki Matsumoto 4)
1) AIST Chugoku, 2) Main Botanicl Garden, RAS, 3) Bioforsk, 4) Hokkaido University

The ecology of the basidiomycetes at Zackenberg NE Greenland (1999, 2006)
Torbjørn Borgen
Fungarium Nat. Hist. Mus. of Denmark

Species concepts in alpine fungi: What is Cortinarius hinnuleus var. favreanus?
Ursula Peinter
University Innsbruck

Fungal taxa found during ISAM9 in Kevo
Esteri Ohenoja and Anna Liisa Ruotsalainen
Department of Ecology and Biodiversity unit, University of Oulu Finland

The bryoparasitic Pezizales of Greenland and other cold areas
Henning Knudsen
Natural History Museum of Denmark

Spore formation in Nivicolous myxomycetes, Badhamia alpina and Physarum albescens
Yuka Yajima, Tamotsu Hoshino, Norio Kondo, and Young-Cheol Chan
Muroran Institue of Technology

The similarity of Russula species between subalpine zone of Japan and northern Europe
Yoshito Shimono
Mie University

Harpellales, gut-living fungi of aquatic insects in Sugadaira
Hiroki Sato
Forestry and Forest research Institute

Versatility of Helotiales
Tsuyoshi Hosoya 1) and Dai Hirose 2)
1) National Museum of Nature and Science, 2) School of Pharmacy, Nihon University

Welcome party
17:00 - 19:00

Aug 30-31, 2016
Foray at Mt. Hakusan
Download the foray program in pdf format (under construction).
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A course (Rock Tonbi, standard path) Nanryu Lodge - Rock Tonbi - Murodo Lodge - Gozen Peak (2,702 m) - Loop Course around Ponds - Murodo - Sabo Path
B course (Echo line, the easiest path) Nanryu Lodge- Echo Line - Murodo Lodge - Gozen Peak (2,702 m) - Loop Course around Ponds - Murodo Lodge - Sabo Papth
C course (Tenbodai path) Nanryu Lodge-Tenbodai Path - Murodo Lodge - Gozen Peak (2,702 m) - Loop Course around Ponds - Murodo - Sabo Path
Aug. 31, 2016
Preparation and labelling of the samples at Mt. Hakusan National Park Center
Tsu 57 Otsu Shiramine, Hakusan 920-2501, Ishikawa prefecture
TEL. 076-259-2320

Sep 2-3, 2016
Foray at Sugadaira
Move to Sugadaira by Shinkansen (bullet train)
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Bus-ride to Sugadaira from Ueda station
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The Congress scientific Program will comprise plenary sessions with lectures by invited speakers, oral presentations, and Forays. It has been the intention of the Organizing Committee to include in the program the possibility of organizing workshops on topics of Artic and Alpine Mycology.