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Abstracts due - Species on the Move conference

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#1 Melanie Colón

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Posted 23 August 2015 - 11:00 AM

Abstracts for the international 'Species on the Move' conference in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia are due this Friday August 28th. The conference Scientific Committee invites you to submit an abstract that can contribute to discussions on understanding and responding to climate driven species redistribution. Species on the Move aims to deliver state-of- the-art analysis, inspiring visions and innovative research methods arising from the latest research in climate change ecology and adaptation in the associated human-systems. Selected presentations and workshop outputs from the conference will have the opportunity to be considered for a virtual special issue in the journal Global Change Biology. The Scientific Committee are keen to encourage participation by, and highlight excellent work from, students and early career researchers. We have a dedicated early career networking function for this group of researchers to have priority networking time with our keynote speakers, a ‘mentor matching’ opportunity people can elect to participate in, and we plan to select and feature several ‘up and coming’ researchers for ‘lightning plenary’ speaking slots. Additionally, there is an exciting line up of social events including an informal Aussie BBQ at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and our end of conference dinner is at the world famous MONA museum, arriving by ferry and including a private showing of the museum. Abstract submission: http://www.specieson...m/presentations List of 12 interdisciplinary themes: http://www.speciesonthemove.com/themes Please contact me if you have any questions. Cheers, Gretta (Gretta.Pecl@utas.edu.au) https://www.facebook...peciesOnTheMove #speciesonthemove

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