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Online Conferences 8th Issue
Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) Virtual Conference
Date: October 19th -23rd
Abstract Deadline: August 12th
Standards that describe and support the exchange of biodiversity information are a critical scientific infrastructure. They enable data to be integrated in support of research, as well as decision-making and conservation planning. Ultimately, standards extend the usability of data across taxa, scientific disciplines, and administrative boundaries. Our annual Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) conferences serve two purposes:
to provide a forum for developing, refining, and extending standards in response to new challenges and opportunities; and
to provide a showcase for biodiversity informatics – much of which relies on the standards created by TDWG and other organizations.
14th Annual Graduate Climate Conference
Abstract Deadline: September 1st
The Graduate Climate Conference (GCC) is an interdisciplinary climate conference run by graduate students, for graduate students. Over the last fourteen years, graduate students representing hundreds of academic institutions have come together to present research and share ideas on climate and climate change in an array of disciplines. We welcome abstracts from diverse fields such as atmospheric sciences, biology, environmental management, forestry and fisheries sciences, oceanography, communication, public policy studies, urban planning, public health, and any other climate-related disciplines.