Von: recpro(a)memberclicks-mail.net [mailto:email@example.com] Im Auftrag von Brenda Adams-Weyant
Gesendet: Dienstag, 11. Dezember 2012 15:30
Betreff: 2013 SORP-FFP Call for Presentations Update
Call for Presentation and Poster Proposals
IUFRO Conference on Forests for People
The 2013 National Outdoor Recreation Conference
The response for submitting abstracts for poster and presentation sessions to the IUFRO Conference on Forests for People and the 2013 National Outdoor Recreation Conference has been gratifuying. Ninety-five abstracts have been submitted to date---some to host a larger session and some for individual presentations.
Due to the normal challenges of international communications, we have decided to extend the deadline for abstracts for the IUFRO Conference on Forests for People to January 15, 2013.
The submittal requirements and directions remain the same.
<https://recpro.memberclicks.net/assets/2012_Conference/2013_call_for_presen…> Click here to download the Call for Proposals and Abstract Submission Form package.
Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals
PO Box 221
Marienville, PA 16239
(814) 927-6659 FAX
Dear IUFRO Division 1:
Can you please post this announcement?
*Request for Meliaceae presentations for IUFROLAT 2013*
The Meliaceae Working Party (1.02.04 - Sustainable management and genetic
resources in Meliaceae) of the International Union of Forest Research
Organizations (IUFRO) is organizing session(s) on the Meliaceae for the
Third IUFRO – Latin America Congress (IUFROLAT 2013). IUFROLAT 2013 will be
held in San Jose, Costa Rica from June 12 to 15, 2013 and will focus on
research relevant to forest management and policy. Information on IUFROLAT
2013 (in English, Spanish, and Portuguese) is available at
For the Meliaceae sessions, we are requesting abstracts on the tropical
timber species of the Meliaceae (mahogany, Spanish cedar, etc.) on issues
related to their sustainable use. Topics could include, but are not limited
to, genetic resources, insect management, regeneration, ecology, forest and
plantation management, and policy and trade. Presentations will be 12
minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions. Poster
presentations are also welcome. Abstracts can be in Spanish, Portuguese, or
English, and the deadline for receipt by Sheila Ward is 20 December 2012 at
mahoganyforthefuture(a)gmail.com. (This will allow for assistance with
abstract corrections for final submission by 31 December 2012 for IUFROLAT
The format of the abstract (both oral and poster presentations) should be
*Heading information:* Title; name(s) of author(s) in order of effort;
institution of first author; mailing address and e-mail of first author;
key words (5 maximum); relevant IUFROLAT theme and subtheme.
*Text:* Maximum of 400 words. State the study objective, the principle
findings, and the most important conclusions. Do not include tables,
figures, or references. Indicate whether you will make an oral or poster
IUFROLAT 2013 themes can be found at:
Abstracts will be peer reviewed for acceptance, based relevance to congress
themes, scope, quality, and originality. For details on abstract
preparation please see
There may be a reorganization of the studies in order to determine which
ones are most suitable for oral presentations or as posters, based on the
focus of the paper.
A Scientist Assistance Programme is available. Deadline for submission of
applications: January 31, 2013.
(http://www.iufro.org/science/special/spdc/) More information is