The Victorian Biodiversity Conference aims to provide graduate students and early career researchers with an opportunity to showcase their work locally, and hopes to facilitate discussion with industry, government, senior academics and the public. The call for abstracts for talks, posters and workshops is now open. For more information click here.
The Australian Citizen Science Conference 2018 will bring together citizen science practitioners, participants, thought leaders and decision makers and showcase best practice in citizen science and share project outcomes from across Australian and the world. Registrations are now open. Click here for more information.
Hosted by the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) and Victoria University of Wellington, the meeting will bring together the community of conservation professionals to address conservation challenges and present new findings, initiatives, methods, tools and opportunities in conservation science and practice. Scientists, students, managers, decision-makers, writers, and other conservation professionals are invited to participate in this event. Call for symposia, workshops and short courses are now open.
Abstract submissions are now open! The conference will bring together a diverse range of coastal and estuarine wetland researchers, policy makers, academics, students, consultants, local government wetland managers, community advocates, citizen scientists and traditional owners of the lands to share the latest information and 'on ground' experiences. We invite abstracts dealing with either research or management (or a combination of both) of coastal wetlands. We are especially interested in hearing from those from local government who have valuable experience to share in the practical aspects of wetland management. Whether it is high impact academic research, assessment of rehabilitation projects, species specific studies or the initiation of citizen science based monitoring programs, there could be a place for you in our scientific program. With a theme of 'Mangroves and saltmarsh - the urban survivors', we're particularly interested in those working at the interface of our cities and coastal wetlands. Abstract submissions are due Friday 9 February. Read more here.