Announcing ESA 2019 - in Launceston, Tasmania
Ecology is the science of interactions among all forms of life and the abiotic environment they inhabit, and in turn, change and shape. Applications of ecology are all around us every day, in natural resource management, forestry, fisheries, agriculture, water production and conservation biology. These applications demonstrate the importance of ecology in seeking to understand and explain our Earth, and how humans can better co-exist with nature in an increasingly anthropogenically-modified environment.
The theme for this year's conference is Ecology: science for practical solutions.
The list of symposia for the Conference has now been released and features sessions on Urban Ecology, Landscape Management in the Tasmanian midlands Phytophthora, invertebrates, science in practice, practitioner engagement, Tasmanian facial tumour disease; art & ecology, overabundant macropods, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, plant-soil interactions; and more. View the full list online.
Abstracts are now invited for any of the symposia; alternatively, you can send your abstract under the theme of “open forum” for inclusion in the general scientific program.
Submit an abstract today - closing 19 July.
Registrations open Monday 10 June
The ESA19 Conference will be held in Launceston, Tasmania from 25-29 November, with post graduate day on Sunday 24 November. Field trips and workshops will be held on Wednesday 27 November.
More information as is becomes available at: www.esa2019.org.au