Online Ecology Conferences
Reef Conservation UK - Annual Meeting
Date: December 8th - 10th
RCUK is a networking group and annual meeting for reef scientists, conservationists and enthusiasts to discuss and collaborate on issues related to coral reef research and conservation. The community is increasingly expanding to include those who work on cold water coral ecosystems, as well as tropical coral reefs. Our annual conference opens the lines of communication through a series of presentations and networking opportunities.
This year the session themes will focus on the following:
- Reef Ecology
- Marine Conservation Approaches
- Molecular Insights for Reef Ecology and Conservation
- Reefs in a Changing World
NatSCA Conservation Twitter Conference 2020
Date: January 18th 2021
Abstract Submission Deadline: November 30th
NatSCA is hosting a Twitter conference which aims to promote projects and stories relating to the conservation of natural history collections. The subject of each submission can be as diverse as the field of natural history itself, from storage projects, preventative work, treatments, new innovations, or to how recent world health events are shaping the way we work with collections. Join us for this great opportunity to explore conservation work relating to the range of natural materials including bone, taxidermy, fluid preserved collections, geology, botany and entomology.
If you have a natural science conservation project to share, whatever the size, shape or specimen, we would love to hear from you. The subject of each submission can be as diverse as the field of natural history itself, from storage projects, preventative work, treatments, new innovations, or to how recent world health events are shaping the way we work with collections.
Date: December 14th
The Stability of Altered Forest Ecosystems Project has been running for ten years with generous support from the Sime Darby Foundation. The Science@SAFE 2020 virtual conference will bring together the science and achievements of the past ten years. We will look at our impacts, capacity building, new technologies, carbon and how this project has improved our understanding of oil palm dominated landscapes and the resilience of Borneo's forest ecosystem.
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