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Other Conferences and Events

Victorian Biodiversity Conference 2020 – Melbourne VIC, 6-7 February 2020

The Victorian Biodiversity Conference aims to: Showcase projects involving Victorian institutions related to biodiversity (everything from local to global projects); Strengthen networks between Victorian institutions working on biodiversity (academia, industry, not-for-profit and government); and Highlight the exceptional work of early career researchers and professionals, while providing networking opportunities with those more established in their careers. Register here.

 

Australasian Seed Science Conference – Canberra ACT, 5-9 April 2020

Abstract submissions for ASSC 2020 are open until 27 January 2020. You are invited to submit an abstract for a 15 minute oral presentation or poster presentation. Delegates are encouraged to select the presentation format that best suits the material to be presented. Posters will be displayed through the duration of the Conference, providing you the opportunity to showcase your work and engage in discussions with attendees. Early bird registration closes 8 March 2020. Visit the website for more information about the conference and to register. ASSC 2020 will be covering the following themes::
  1. Seed biology and evolutionary ecology – Unlocking the challenges of germination, dormancy and seed ecology in a changing world.
  2. Seed sourcing and end-use – Considering genetic diversity, restoration and translocations as well as sector specific approaches to seed conservation and use.
  3. Seed and gene bank management – The ins and outs of managing ex situ seed banks and gene banks and the methods for maximising seed quality and longevity.
  4. Seeds in culture and society – Sharing stories and learning about cultural seed use, including collaborations between traditional use and ex situ seed banks and gene banks.

 

NSW Nature Conservation Council’s 2020 Bushfire Conference, Sydney NSW – 19-21 May 2020

The NSW Nature Conservation Council’s Bushfire Program is hosting it’s 12th Biennial Bushfire Conference, ‘Cool, Warm Hot: the burning questions‘, to bring together academics, agencies, Traditional Owners, practitioners and communities to explore how different fire intensities can influence ecosystems and communities in a changing climate. Call for abstracts is now open. Presentations will investigate the effects of low, medium and high intensity fires on the four sub-themes: climate change; fire ecology; ferals, weeds and restoration; and community resilience. The conference will examine how to incorporate and respond to cool, warm and hot fires in fire management as part of an optimal fire regime to achieve multiple objectives for biodiversity and cultural values, hazard reduction objectives and community resilience. Click here for more information.

 

22nd Australian Weeds Conference – Adelaide SA, 25–29 October 2020

​Call for abstracts is now open! The Weed Management Society of South Australia and Council of Australasian Weed Societies invites submissions of abstracts for oral papers and poster presentations for the 22nd Australasian Weeds Conference. Topics to be discussed range from cutting edge weed science and research, to local and national innovative policy, new operational practices and tools, best practice on-ground management, chemical innovations, alternative weed control, and on-ground case studies, all helping to protect our agricultural and environmental landscapes from weed threats. Abstract submissions close 2pm ACST, Friday 14 February 2020. Click here for more information.