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  1. Dear all, We are a group of researchers from New Zealand and Brazil investigating the publication culture in taxonomy across all taxa. If you work with Taxonomy / Systematics, we kindly invite you to help us by filling a short survey. It should take no more than 5 minutes of your time. You can find the survey here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdC9BQk9vjsTccztL8sXmeGJUWi20F5XUKnHDWjcbc4BXLGCA/viewform It is entirely anonymous and the data gathered will be used for a publication on an academic journal. Thank you very much for your cooperation and feel free to share the survey with your colleagues. Please contact me for any eventual questions. Kind regards, Rodrigo Salvador.
  2. Hello Ornithology Exchange: I am contacting you to invite you to participate in our research on climate change and biodiversity management. Climate change and human pressures on ecosystems are intensifying and present new challenges for conservation practice, generating questions about the effectiveness of conventional approaches. Such challenges have also sparked debate about whether existing baselines are untenable; as well as when, where, and if we should pursue unconventional or more novel forms of intervention. We know these debates are strongly influenced by preferences and perceptions of experts, but little published information on these preferences exist. To fill this important gap, I am working with colleagues (Sarah Clements – University of Liverpool; Rachel Standish – Murdoch University) to administer a survey that examines how experts perceive the challenges of climate change relative to other pressures on ecosystems, and explores how their preferences might influence conservation practice. Insights from this survey will help identify some of the key challenges, research needs, and potential pathways to support climate change adaptation. I hope that you would be willing to spend about 20 minutes completing the survey, which is available here: https://liverpool.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/biodiversity-and-climate-change. We are also keen to get broad coverage in disciplinary expertise and experience, as well as geography. Would you be willing to distribute this survey to your networks? Alternatively, if you have recommendations for people or organizations we should contact directly, please let me know. We have also created a call for participants page, which can be found here: https://www.callforparticipants.com/study/page-summary/RDYRM. If you could distribute this page through your social media or professional networks, we would greatly appreciate it. This study has received ethical approval from the University of Liverpool (Application #3256). More information about the study can be found here: https://static.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/media/account/111/survey/473545/question/information_sheet_biodiversity.pdf. If you have any questions about the survey or the ethical aspects, please contact me or Dr. Sarah Clement at sclement@liverpool.ac.uk, who is leading the survey. Your time is greatly appreciated and will contribute to discussion and debate about how to manage biodiversity in the Anthropocene. We hope to receive your response to the survey by 15 August 2019. Kind regards, Patricia L. Kennedy Professor Emeritus, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center Oregon State University Union Experiment Station PO Box E 372 S. 10th St. Union, OR 97883 541-562-5129 X 31
  3. A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database. Meeting Description: This annual conference brings together professional ornithologists from museums and other academic institutions, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, government agencies, as well as non-professional researchers and citizen scientists alike from all over Ohio to present and share their research projects with one another and with other interested individuals through oral and poster presentations. Meeting Website: http://tuckercasey.wix.com/aacri-birds#!oarc2016/djj57 Click here to view the meeting
  4. This annual conference brings together professional ornithologists from museums and other academic institutions, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, government agencies, as well as non-professional researchers and citizen scientists alike from all over Ohio to present and share their research projects with one another and with other interested individuals through oral and poster presentations.
  5. The Waterbird Society and the journal Waterbirds have signed up for Facebook! We will be using this outlet to post information on all aspects of the biology of waterbirds, particularly waterbird research and conservation. Every quarter, we will also post an a link to the pdf of an article that appeared in Waterbirds. Please join the group at: http://www.facebook.com/groups/waterbird.journal/?hc_location=stream Or search Facebook for “Waterbirds - International Journal of Waterbird Ecology and Conservation”
  6. Welcome to the RFID Working Group Forum. This forum was inspired by interest in low cost RFID readers than enable widespread deployment of monitoring systems for studying animals in the field and in the lab. In particular, the device described here has garnered a small legion of users, mostly ornithologists. This forum was created to help these users with questions and problems they encounter in their research and to provide information for potential new users. Posts can be viewed by anyone, but you must establish an account on Ornithology Exchange to contribute to the forum. Thanks for your interest, Eli (Moderator)
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