Spatial Ecology & Conservation Conference 2014: Call For Abstracts

Posted by GIS talk On Thursday, February 06, 2014
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Join the International conference on SPATIAL ECOLOGY & CONSERVATION (SEC2) happening on 17 to 20 June 2014. The conference committee is now calling for abstracts for oral presentations, posters and training events within the core conference themes. The proceedings will be published in the international journal Ecological Informatics.

Abstracts for oral presentations or posters must be submitted by Friday 21st February. Full submission details can been viewed here.  Abstracts should fall broadly within our 6 conference themes:

1. Advances in mapping and analysing terrestrial and marine systems
2. Understanding species’ distributions
3. Training and professional development
4. Realising the full potential of remotely sensed data for conservation
5. Decision support tools for conservation
6. Selecting and designating Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

Please send your abstract to Dr Mark O'Connell and include the following information:

  • Title
  • Author(s)
  • Affiliation(s)
  • Contact email for lead presenter
  • 200 word abstract
Send to: mark@ert-conservation.co.uk. Please state whether you wish to be considered for an oral presentation or poster, and which theme you think best fits your work. The conference committee will make a final decision on all submissions and let you know the outcome within 2 weeks of the final submission deadline.

The conference will take place in the magnificent Great Hall of Birmingham University in the heart of England (UK).


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