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Species on the Move conference

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Invitation to Submit an abstract, session or workshop proposal:

Species on the Move 2019 continues the conference series following the successful inaugural conference held in Hobart, Tasmania in 2016.

The Species on the Move 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.

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, and we plan to select and feature several ‘up and coming’ researchers for ‘lightning plenary’ speaking slots.

The conference gives attendees a unique opportunity to visit South Africa’s Kruger National Park. The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. Attendees will be staying in the park, the conference centre and accommodation are within the Skukuza rest camp. The conference will incorporate a sunset game drive on the way to a bush boma for the conference dinner.

Please do not hesitate to contact the conference managers for any queries relating to Species on the Move 2019. The conference is dedicated to inclusion, equity and diversity so please let us know any particular needs that may facilitate your attendance.

We look forward to receiving your abstract or workshop proposal shortly.

Co-convenors Prof Warick Sauer and Gretta Pecl, on behalf of the Scientific, Organising and Early Career Conference Committees

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