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2nd Spatial ecology & conservation conference (SEC2)

International conference on spatial ecology
When Jun 17, 2014 01:00 AM to
Jun 20, 2014 01:00 AM
Where Birmingham, UK
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Contact Phone +44(0)1453 763153
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The first international conference on Spatial Ecology & Conservation (SEC1) took place in 2011. Over 200 scientists and conservation practitioners from around the world came to discuss and evaluate the latest advances in spatial ecology and associated technologies, and how these could best be deployed to underpin conservation (see the SEC1 proceedings). At that first meeting, they agreed to hold a conference every three years to report progress, assess needs and present new findings.

Now the conference committee invite you to second international meeting: Spatial Ecology & Conservation (SEC2).

SEC2 conference themes:

  • Advances in mapping and analysing terrestrial and marine systems
  • Understanding species’ distributions
  • Training and professional development
  • Realising the full potential of remotely sensed data for conservation
  • Decision support tools for conservation
  • Selecting and designating Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

 

The conference committee is calling for abstracts for oral presentations, posters and training events within the core conference themes. The proceedings will be published in the international journal Ecological Informatics. The submission deadline is Friday 21 February 2014.

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