Conservation SIG: Future Directions for the Management of Small Populations
A meeting and workshop to bring together researchers and practitioners to talk about aspects of management, reintroduction and monitoring of small populations.
On Tuesday 10 April we will be hosting a one-day conference on the conservation, management and recovery of small populations at the University of Chester. We are working with the Cheshire Wildlife Trust and supported by the BES Conservation Ecology SIG. The conference will be supported by a workshop on using occupancy models for small population monitoring and an optional field trip to see small population management in action on Cheshire Wildlife Trust sites.
The fees for registration for this meeting will be as follows (earlybird rate expires on Tuesday 27 March):
BES Member: £35
BES Member: £60
There is also an additional workshop taking place on 9 April, and a field trip on 11 April. These can be added to your booking.
The organisers invite submissions for oral presentations and posters by email to Matt Geary via email before 17:00 (GMT), Thursday 01 March. Submissions should consist of a short (max 350 words) abstract and an indication of whether you would like to be considered for an oral presentation or a poster. Posters and presentation submissions should be on the theme of small population management, population recovery or reintroductions. Preference will be given to submissions which relate to both research and practice and we particularly encourage applied research and research which provides evidence for management practices.
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