Online Ecology Conferences
In this course, you will learn how to analyze map data using different data types and methods to answer geographic questions. First, you will learn how to filter a data set using different types of queries to find just the data you need to answer a particular question.You will then learn how to find, understand, and use remotely sensed data such as satellite imagery, as a rich source of GIS data.
Biodiversity Without Borders
Date: April 26th - May 5th
Registration Deadline: April 21st
The NatureServe Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2021 Conference has gone virtual! Join us for four days of sessions featuring leading scientists, policy makers, and more.
This conference is a must-attend for biodiversity & conservation scientists and other professionals who strive to ensure our shared lands and waters are thriving now and in the future. Working with all sectors of society, from scientific research institutions and government agencies to non-profit organizations and private industry, NatureServe’s role of connecting science with conservation has never been more in-demand. Register for the conference to learn more about the new developments in our efforts to make it possible—and easy—for people to use accurate, current scientific information as the basis for conservation decisions and actions.
This year, the conference will explore a variety of topics showcasing the latest data, tools, and technology to support decision-making. Most importantly, speakers will highlight how new initiatives and collaborations with the Network and stakeholders will advance our shared mission and solidify NatureServe and the Network at the core of conservation in the areas in which we operate.
International Conference for Young Marine Researchers
Date: September 21st - 24th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 15th
The “International Conference for YOUNG Marine Researchers – ICYMARE” is organized voluntarily by and for young marine researchers. The conference is an event of the “Bremen Society for Natural Sciences”. Additionally, we get organizational support by the hosting marine science universities and institutes which will change yearly among northern Germany.
Here, we would like to show you, how this bottom-up approach works and how you can get involved to contribute to this great annual conference event.
How to get a conservation job | Free course
Learn how to get hired as a professional wildlife conservationist with the experts at Conservation Careers.
Designed for students, job-seekers and career-changers in this free course you’ll learn the key to getting started, the mistakes and myths to avoid and the answers to your main questions.
If you chose to enrol, you’ll also get a free eBook ‘how to apply for a conservation job’ along with examples of successful resumes, covers letters and CVs.
The 2021 Annual Professional Biology Conference
Date: May 6th - 8th
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 26th
The APB is pleased to host its 42nd Annual Professional Conference and AGM as a joint conference with NW PARC (Northwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation). Join us for a unique opportunity to learn from leaders in various applied biology fields, and build connections across industry, government and conservation organizations.
Amphibians and reptiles face a wide array of threats and stressors in the fast-paced, resource-hungry, increasingly crowded 21st century. What are these threats and how do they play out across public, private, and urban lands in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. and Canada, and beyond? How can we prevent, address, and mitigate these threats?
Canadian Museum of Nature Symposium
Date: April 22nd
The Biodiversity Crisis
This virtual symposium brings together a diverse array of specialists who offer perspectives on the ongoing global biodiversity crisis.
Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity
Date: April 19th - 22nd
GSOBI21 will bring science and policy together in order to review the status and challenges of soil biodiversity conservation and sustainable use.
It will be divided into three main themes:
Theme 1: State of knowledge on soil biodiversity - the latest discoveries on taxonomic and genetic diversity of soil organisms, the benefits arising from soil biodiversity and the status of the world soil biodiversity
Theme 2: Soil biodiversity in action - the role and the application of soil biodiversity in the field: effective and replicable methodologies, techniques, technologies and practices that are promoting the conservation and sustainable use of soil biodiversity, with a view to upscale those sustainable approaches to improve productivity, accelerate biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of its resources, as well as guarantee equitable participation in productive landscapes
Theme 3: Soil biodiversity shaping the future of food systems - legislation, policies, international frameworks and financial mechanisms to mainstreaming soil biodiversity
Pacific Coast Entomological Society Meeting
Date: April 21st