The deadline to submit a session proposal is June 30, 2015.
"The Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference brings together scientists, First Nations and tribal representatives, resource managers, community/business leaders, policy makers, educators and students to present the latest scientific research on the state of the ecosystem, to share information about the application of knowledge from science and other sources, and to guide future actions for protecting and restoring the Salish Sea Ecosystem (http://www.wwu.edu/salishseaconference/call-for-session.shtml).
The theme for the 2016 conference is “Strengthening Connections around Changing Times.” Proposals are accepted for three types of sessions:
For more information or to submit a proposal, click here.
Abstracts and special session proposals for the 6th annual NW Climate Conference are due next Friday, June 26th! The conference will be held November 3-5 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. This conference aims to be an opportunity to exchange information about emerging climate, climate impacts, and climate adaptation science in the Northwest. Abstracts are currently being accepted, and should fall under one of the 13 topic areas:
1. Northwest climate: Climate variability and change
2. Hydrology and water resources
3. Water Year 2015: A model for future climate change in the Northwest?
4. Wildlife and terrestrial ecosystems: Current knowledge, research needs, and management challenges
5. Mountain climates
6. Shorelines, oceans, and marine ecosystems
8. Built environment
9. Communication, outreach, and social changes
10. Working across issues, sectors, and boundaries
11. Adaptation to climate change: Actionable science and barriers
12. Human health
As network members, if you are interested in submitting an abstract, please get in touch with Jessie McGrath.
For more information about the conference, click here.
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