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Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference 2021
Date: February 18th - 19th
PEEC is a conference for undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and others to share their research and make connections in a supportive and welcoming environment.
PEEC 2021 will be entirely virtual and will be organized by a team of students from UBC Vancouver. PEEC 2021 take place on February 18-19th, 2021.
PEEC welcomes participants from Western Canada and the United States to attend. The scope of presentations at PEEC is wide with topics ranging from marine, terrestrial, aquatic and aerial species and environments, all under the over-arching theme of ecology and evolution research.
UMass Amherst's Environmental Conservation Graduate Student Symposium (ECoGSS)
Date: March 19th
Abstract Submission Deadline: January 22nd
The ECo Graduate Student Symposium, ECoGSS, is a platform to enable graduate students in the conservation sciences to share their diverse and interdisciplinary research. This is a symposium for graduate students in the field of conservation science to practice presentation and public speaking skills while coming together as part of a unique team of scientists furthering our world’s knowledge in environmental science. By providing feedback to these students throughout all stages of their graduate career and research development we will help to ensure the success of our department’s advancement and communication of science.
14th Annual UC Davis Graduate Student Symposium in Ecology
Date: February 5th
EGSA’s annual Graduate Student Symposium in Ecology (GSSE) is a unique forum for sharing research ideas across graduate programs, departments, and labs, and fostering new collaborations. With at least 17 graduate programs and departments at UC Davis that conduct ecological research, the Graduate Student Symposium in Ecology provides an ideal place for graduate students to practice giving scientific presentations to the broader ecological community on campus. Each year the symposium features talks and posters from UC Davis graduate students working in any field of ecology, a prominent, student-nominated ecologist as keynote speaker, and a photo contest.
Assemble Plus Conference 2021 - Marine biological research at the frontier
“ASSEMBLE 2021 - Marine biological research at the frontier” will showcase recent developments in marine biology and ecology; state-of-the-art technologies available at marine stations and institutes; how to access biological resources and marine research infrastructure; how to improve services provided by marine stations; and, the impact of the services provided on industry and society. In addition, it will provide an opportunity to celebrate the project’s research on genomic observatories, cryobanking marine organisms, functional genomics, instrumentation, and scientific diving.
ASSEMBLE 2021 will feature lectures, debates, technology demonstrations and round tables. Participation is open to all marine stakeholders.
2021 International Boreal Forest Research Association Conference
Date: August 16th - 20th
Abstract Submission Deadline: February 1st
he objectives of the 2020 IBFRA Conference are:
Present and discuss the current scientific understanding on the vulnerability and resilience of the boreal biome to climate change, associated emerging trajectories and the socio-economic implications.
Foster interdisciplinary collaborations for an integrative understanding of the boreal biome.
Strengthen the dialogue between scientists and the stakeholders of the boreal biome, from politics to indigenous communities, representatives of the wood industry and civil society.
Inspiring new research and policy development to ensure efficient adaptation and mitigation strategies to climate change, in the boreal region.
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