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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.
The Wildlife Society’s 28th Annual Conference
Date: November 1st - 5th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 15th
The stage is set for The Wildlife Society’s 28th Annual Conference! Our first virtual conference was an incredible success, and we're going to build on that experience this fall! The virtual format makes it easier than ever before to participate in North America's largest gathering of wildlife researchers and managers. Don't miss your chance to advance your career and the the profession as a whole. Roughly 1,000+ educational, training and networking opportunities make up our robust program that includes the latest in wildlife science, technology and other contemporary issues affecting our field. Check back here for news, updates and other information throughout the year. We'll also be making conference announcements on wildlife.org and in our other TWS communication channels. See you in November!
Sustainable Ocean Conference
Date: September 23rd - 25th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 4th
Learn from world-changing thinkers and innovators in the Marine Affairs community
Sustainable Ocean is the annual conference organized by Master of Marine Management students of the Marine Affairs Program at Dalhousie University, and is supported by the Sobey Fund for Oceans. This year, the tenth annual conference will take place from Thursday, September 23th to Saturday the 25th, hosted online, and based out of Halifax, NS on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.
This year's conference will explore the theme of Seeing Beyond the Shoreline, bringing together a diverse audience of students, faculty, members of the marine community, and the public.
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.
Date: May 13th - 14th
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 16th
Are you a person interested in fisheries, wildlife, ecological sciences? Well then this event may just be for you! RAFWE is an annual event hosted by the Oregon State University Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Graduate Student Association. While the event is usually hosted in person, due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, our 2020 RAFWE will be hosted entirely online! We will still have talks, a poster session, an auction, plenary speaker, and workshop. Unfortunately, we won't be able to provide you with refreshments - those will be up to you to provide - but we will be including an all new networking event this year!
Past BioDivSea 2021: Current Studies on Past Biodiversity in Southeast Asia
Date: June 9 - 11th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 11th
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We are inviting you to the workshop "Current studies on past biodiversity in South-East Asia” that will be held June, 9th-11th, 2021. It is a follow up of the “Paleobiodiversity in South-East Asia” session that was organised during the 5th International Paleontological Congress in Paris in 2018. It is designed to answer the need for an international social and scientific event considering the growing interest in the international scientific community regarding the dynamic of past biodiversity in what is considered as one of the most threatened biodiversity hotspots today. The workshop will welcome presentations covering all geological and historical periods, from the deep to the recent past. It is therefore open to topics in paleobiology, paleontology, evolution, anthropology, phylogeography, extinction and diversification processes. We shall accept reviews, but the priority will be given to original studies and recent discoveries.
18th Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (online) meeting
Date: June 14th - 17th
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 30th
Given the ongoing incertitude concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 EEID meeting will be entirely virtual. After last year’s cancellation, we think it is important to provide a platform where the EEID community can meet again, and where young (and not so young) scientists can exchange ideas and results and foster new collaborations.