The 18th international conference of the International Boreal Forest Research Association is being hosted by the USDA Forest Service and the University of Maine in Bangor, Maine, USA. Invited keynote speakers, scientific sessions (oral and poster) and panel discussions will explore new scientific findings and their linkages with policy relating to the addressing change in boreal forests. The deadline for abstract submission is January 22, 2017.
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The 35th annual Native American Fish & Wildlife Society (NAFWS) Conference will be sponsored by the Great Plains Region of NAFWS and hosted by the Tribes of the Great Plains Tribal Fish and Wildlife Commission. Please visit the NAFWS conference webpage for details.
ABoVE investigators, collaborators, and friends are encouraged to consider participating in this NASA-sponsored workshop.
Abstracts and Travel Support Submissions due: November 15, 2016
Notification of abstract and travel support decisions: December 1, 2016
The 2017 theme for the conference is “Charting a Course for Rangeland Science in the Sagebrush Biome.” This year’s program will have participants learn about and contribute to the implementation of the Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy Actionable Science Plan.
Promoting collaborative and inclusive landscape-scale conservation in a changing environment
The Northwest Basin and Range Synthesis project teams invite locals, scientists, managers, policy-makers, and the public to gather in Lakeview, Oregon for this first annual ecosystem symposium. The event will include “state of the knowledge” presentations, discussions and workshops on several topics chosen by the NWBR Synthesis’s Steering Committee.
The North American Pika Consortium (NACP) will hold it’s 4th meeting February 6-7, 2017 in Reno, NV at the Peppermill Resort, in concert with the 64th Annual Meeting of The Western Section of The Wildlife Society (February 7-10th, 2017).
Join the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives for a symposium session at the 2017 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference.
The January 2017 special issue of the Society for Range Management’s signature scientific journal, Rangeland Ecology & Management (REM), presents new research on the impacts of removing conifers in sagebrush and prairie ecosystems.
California Climate Change Symposium 2017 is the premier forum for the sharing of cutting-edge research addressing the impacts of climate change on the state. This research informs the state’s strategies and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to develop programs to safeguard California from a changing climate.
In 2013, the Partnership for Water Sustainability and Irrigation Industry Association decided to co-host a year-end workshop that would be both visionary and practical, with the objective of starting a conversation around a ‘bold idea’. This collaboration has morphed into an annual workshop series. The first three events were held in Metro Vancouver and on Vancouver Island.