Society for Conservation Biology Research Symposium
Strand Union Building, Room 233 & 235
The Montana Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology is pleased to announce our 6th Annual Research Symposium to be held at MSU, November 6-8, 2013. The symposium will bring together diverse groups working in our region to highlight collaborative projects in conservation biology and to promote a productive networking environment for regional agencies, non-profit groups, universities, and private entities. In addition to our meeting theme, Leveraging Partnerships for Conservation, we are focusing part of our meeting on Non-native and Invasive Species Ecology and Management with a combination of invited and contributed talks.
In conjunction with the symposium, we are also pleased to offer two continuing education workshops on GIS and Scientific Communication (1-5pm, Nov 6).
Mike Phillips of the Turner Engangered Species Fund will present a plenary lecture Wednesday evening (7-8pm, Nov 6) followed by a reception and poster session. Alison Begley of Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks will present a plenary lecture Thursday morning (Nov 7) to open our special session on invasive and non-native species ecology and management.
Come join us for this great opportunity for learning and networking!
To register for the symposium or to learn more visit our website: http://www.conbio.org/groups/chapters/montana-chapter
For more information contact MTSCB.firstname.lastname@example.org
The cost of this event is: $20 (Students), $50 (Professionals) (Discount for MTSCB Members)
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