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Melanie Colón
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A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database.

 

Meeting Description:

*Do you study seabirds? **Are you on Twitter? *

 

*Here's your chance to tell world about your seabird research. *Twitter can

be a great place to communicate your research to a broader audience. The

first World Seabird Twitter Conference (#WSTC1

https://twitter.com/...STC1&src=typd>)featured 42 presenters

from all 7 continents, 206 more people engaged in the conversation,

reaching 2200 tweets and a total audience of 330,305 people. Each presenter

distilled their research into 6 tweets, which were presented during a 15

minute window. Last year this generated 206 conversations - people asking

questions and getting answers in real time. If you want to see the

presentations from the 1st World Seabird Twitter Conference *click here*.

https://storify.com/...abirders/wstc1>

 

*It was such a success, we're holding the 2nd World Seabird Twitter

Conference (#WSTC2

https://twitter.com/...STC2&src=typd>)on April 13-15th. *

 

 

 

The abstract deadline is 21 March 2016. *To submit an abstract, click here

https://docs.google....wform?c=0&w=1>.

*Guidelines

and FAQ available here

https://docs.google...._fwdNj4k/edit>.

Registration is free – just look up the hashtag #WSCT2 on April 13-15 on

Twitter to follow the conversation.

 

This year *we are inviting seabird organizations to submit an abstract as

well.* If selected your organization would have an opportunity to tell the

twittersphere about your organization. This could be a chance to tell the

broader community about your mission, achievements, publications or

conferences - it's up to you! Who knows - by participating you may even

attract new members.

 

Sincerely,

 

The 2nd World Seabird Twitter Conference Organizing Committee

 

Stephanie Avery-Gomm @saverygo https://twitter.com/@saverygo>

https://twitter.com/@saverygo>

 

Sjúrður Hammer @sjurdur https://twitter.com/...jurdur?lang=en>

 

Stephanie Borrelle @PetrelStation https://twitter.com/PetrelStation>

 

Danielle Fife @Danielle_T_Fife https://twitter.com/...anielle_T_Fife>

 

Katherine Keogan @KatharineKeogan https://twitter.com/...atharineKeogan>

 

Alex Bond @thelabandfield https://twitter.com/...thelabandfield>

 

Max Czapanskiy @mfczap https://twitter.com/@mfczap>

 

Helen Wade @Helen_Wade_ https://twitter.com/@Helen_Wade_>

 

P.S. We would also greatly appreciate if you could help us spread the word

about this conference.

​​​​

*Stephanie Avery-Gomm, M.Sc. | Ph.D. Candidate*

*ARC Centre for Excellence in Environmental Decisions*

 

*Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science, School of Biological

Sciences.*

*The University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, 4072, Australia*

P: +61 4 1577 3483 | Skype: saverygomm | Twitter: @saverygo

 

Meeting Website: https://twitter.com/search?q=%23WSTC1&src=typd

 

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