3rd-4th April 2017, University of Aberdeen
The conference aims to bring together researchers in ecology, conservation and environmental science across Scotland (and more widely). It is a great opportunity for PhD and MSc students to present their work, interact with peers and more senior researchers and policy makers, and to discuss the ways that research can be used to inform conservation and environmental policy.
Registration & abstract deadline: Monday 6th February
SEECC 2017 poster
30th Nov: Symposium submission deadline.
11th April: Deadline for regular (early) fee.
Vienna, Austria, 23–28 April 2017
Call-for-sessions (deadline: 09 Sep 2016)
Abstract submission (20 Oct 2016–11 Jan 2017)
Support application (20 Oct–01 Dec 2016)
Further information is provided here.
The “European Conference of Tropical Ecology” – the annual scientific meeting of the Society for Tropical Ecology (Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie, gtö) – will be organized in 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, by three Universities and three research-museum institutions. It will take place from Monday 6 to Friday 10 February 2017.
Further information can be found here.
International Conference on Heart of Borneo (HoB)
Enabling and Empowering Conservation Through Science-Policy Interface, Conservation Finance and Community Engagement
8-9th November 2016, Kota Kinabalu
A SEARRP symposium led by Agnes Agama, Katie King, Eleanor Slade & Glen Reynolds
International Conference on HOB flyer
A workshop for early career researchers
2-4 November 2016, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
Deadline for applications – 10 September 2016
We are recruiting Malaysia- and UK-based early career researchers to participate in a workshop on oil palm sustainability, which will take place in Sabah in November. We are able to sponsor 30-40 places at the workshop thanks to generous funding from the Newton-Ungku Omar Fund. To apply, please visit our application form at
https://goo.gl/forms/1wsG3RH9SQeYednV2. The workshop will provide early career researchers working on oil palm sustainability issues with a unique and exciting opportunity to share expertise and grow their professional network. During the workshop, everyone will be able to present their research in the form of a poster or short oral presentation. Additionally, they will have the chance to interact with established researchers and oil palm industry stakeholders from the UK and Malaysia. A key focus of the workshop will be to identify key research priorities for oil palm sustainability and build the collaborative relationships to tackle them. Participants will therefore be selected on the basis of their research potential from information they supply in their application.
The 3-day workshop is being coordinated by the Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation at Universiti Malaysia Sabah (ITBC-UMS) and the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology at University of Kent, UK (DICE-Kent). There will be contributions from other leading researchers from Oxford University and the South East Asia Rainforest Research Partnership (SEARRP), as well as oil palm stakeholders in Malaysia.
Please visit our website (above) for further information including eligibility criteria. We look forward to receiving your application and seeing you in November!
The Society for Conservation Biology Asia section and The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Asia-Pacific chapter
National University of Singapore, Singapore
29 June – 2 July 2016
Further information can be found here: http://www.conservationasia2016.org/#!home/c1dmp
Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation
Tropical ecology and society: Reconciling conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.
Poster advert ATBC Montpellier
Martin School, University of Oxford, 16th – 18th March 2016.
This meeting will be a 3 day event with day 1 for work package updates/presentations, day 2 for break out group discussions and day 3 dedicated to discussion of plant traits.
Dr Marcos Aidar will also give a presentation on the ECOFOR plant trait campaign.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.