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Last call for abstracts - Species on the Move Conference 9-12 Feb 2016

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Last call for abstracts - Species on the Move 2016
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2 Sep 2015 Alert
 
Abstract submissions for the Species on the Move conference extended to THIS FRIDAY 4th September 2015.
Species on the Move International Conference        
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
9-12 February 2016

The Species on the Move Scientific Committee invites authors to submit abstracts that can contribute to discussions on understanding and responding to climate driven species distribution. Selected presentations and workshop outputs from the conference will have the opportunity to be considered for a virtual special issue in the journal Global Change Biology. Students and Early Career Researchers are highly encouraged to participate in this exciting interdisciplinary conference. 

For more information visit www.speciesonthemove.com

Submit abstracts by the 4th September via the presentations portal here

 

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Stephen Williams
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Stephen.Williams@jcu.edu.au
 


Nadiah Roslan
Coordinator
Nadiah.Roslan@jcu.edu.au

The National Adaptation Network for Natural Ecosystems is supported through funding from the Australian Government. 

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Contacts

Network Convenor:

Professor Stephen Williams

Centre for Tropical Biodiversity & Climate Change

James Cook University 

 

Network Coordinator:

Nadiah Roslan

Centre for Tropical Biodiversity & Climate Change

James Cook University

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