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NEW DEADLINE TO BE ANNOUNCED WHEN PARTIAL SHUTDOWN ENDS
12th North American Forest Ecology WorkshopTheme: Forests on the edge: forest ecology in rapidly changing conditions
Little America Hotel ∙ Flagstaff, Arizona
With the arrival of Winter Break, now is the time to submit your abstract for the 12th North American Forest Ecology Workshop! Please share the call for papers and posters with your students. Thank you and happy holidays!
Call for Papers and Posters
Professionals and students involved in forest ecology, management, or conservation science or practice are encouraged to submit an abstract for a contributed paper or poster. In preparing you abstract, please ensure it aligns with the one of the following categories:
- Fire Ecology and Fire Response
- Climate Change
- Nonnative Species
- Social Science and Policy
- Genetics and Adaptation
Submission guidelines: http://nafew.org/abstracts/
Questions: If you have questions, please contact Lara.Schmit@nau.edu
Student Prizes: Cash prizes will offered for the best graduate and undergraduate student papers and posters thanks to the generous support of Remote Sensing and Land, academic open-source journals published by MDPI.
Keynote Speakers: We are delighted to announce the 2019 keynote speakers: Constance I. Millar, USDA Forest Service (Monday); Craig D. Allen, U.S. Geological Survey (Tuesday); and Brian J. Palik, USDA Forest Service (Thursday)!