See you at ESA 2014!
The annual conference of the Ecological Society of Australia (ESA) is always a good opportunity to network and find out the latest advances and developments in ecology in Australia. This year's conference in Alice Springs will feature symposia on regionally relevant issues such as arid ecology, the ecology of northern development, and Indigenous ecological knowledge. However, it will cover the full range of biomes, from deserts to oceans, and embrace all aspects of ecological theory and practice.
There are a number of opportunities for people to engage with the Ecosystem Science Long-Term Plan at the conference:
- visit the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) or ESA booths to pick up a hard copy of the Plan
- catch Bek Christensen's talk about the Plan: 'Building our future: a national plan for ecosystem science', Monday 29 September, 11:30am Ellery Room D
- catch one of the Steering Committee during the meeting to talk about the Plan and how you can be involved in the first steps for its implementation:
|Bek Christensen||Kris French||Stuart Phinn||Glenda Wardle||Mark Westoby|
We look forward to seeing you in Alice!