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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.
Virtual Meeting of Systematics, Biogeography and Evolution
Date: June 19th - 23rd
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 1st
From July 28 to July 30, 2020, we hosted the I Meeting of Systematics, Biogeography, and Evolution (SBE). The theme for the first meeting was "A Joint Effort in the Coronavirtual Era" (click here).
The event will continue on June 19-23 2021, and our primary purposes remain the same. We will reach people who usually have economic restrictions to attend most of the scientific meetings on different areas within phylogenetic systematics, biogeography, evolutionary biology, and related fields. Moreover, we'll promote diversity and gender equality in STEMM.
Animal Behavior Society Virtual Meeting 2021
Date: August 3rd - 6th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 5th
Together with the ABS Meeting Planning Committee and the ABS Executive Committee, we are excited to invite you to our 2021 annual meeting. This will be the second ABS annual meeting to be held in virtual format. While we all miss the pleasures of meeting our colleagues in person during the annual meeting, the virtual format offers undeniable benefits in terms of accessibility, inclusivity, and engagement with our world-wide community of animal behaviorists. We look forward to a vibrant virtual meeting, full of good science and great interactions, that will set the stage for future hybrid ABS meetings that will include both virtual and in-person components.
The 1st International Symposium on Marine Science and Engineering for Young Scientists and Postgraduates
Date: July 12th - 14th
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 30th
The Ocean covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface and supports billions of livelihoods on earth. The United Nations today have designated the years 2021 to 2030 as the ‘Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development’ to boost research and scientific programmes for better management of ocean and coastal zone resources. A good understanding of the ocean is critical for us to carry out an effective management of the human activities that affect the marine environment and the existing biota. From a more fundamental perspective, the ocean is still one of the least known areas of the world. In China, for example, marine ecosystems and biological resources in the South China Sea and the Greater Bay Area have experienced various impacts from human activities and climate changes.
This international symposium to be held by The Hong Kong Branch of the Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Laboratory (Guangzhou) during 12 - 14 July 2021 will gather distinguished scientists, young scholars and research graduates to discuss the recent advances in Marine Science and Engineering.
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.
19th Annual Symposium On The Conservation & Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles
Date: August 10th - 31st
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 24th
We, the TSA and IUCN TFTSG, invite you to join us this August for the 19th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles. The 2021 Symposium, beginning August 10th, will again provide an unmatched virtual opportunity for those in our field to share their research, initiatives, techniques, and accomplishments, while engaging safely and comfortably from our own homes and offices. As always, our dedicated Program Committee is working to bring together a wide variety of presentations from around the world, ranging in topic from captive husbandry to field techniques to conservation.