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Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 21:17:50 +0000
Subject: US-IALE 2018 (Chicago) abstracts due soon!
The call for presentations for the 2018 Landscape Ecology (US-IALE)
conference is open: http://www.usiale.org/call-for-presentations.html
The 2018 US-IALE Annual Meeting will take place in Chicago Illinois on
April 8-12. We now welcome abstract submissions for contributed oral
presentations and poster presentations. The deadline to submit an abstract
is Friday, December 15, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
The scientific program will consist of three types of sessions: Organized
Symposia (a series of integrated presentations that address aspects of a
single topic or theme, submitted as an organized group of speakers);
Contributed Oral Presentations (individual oral presentations that are
grouped into sessions by conference organizers); and Poster Presentations.
Contributed Oral and Poster presentations will be grouped with similar
presentations to form thematic sessions. The topics you select are used to
create these groupings. Oral presentation authors also have the option of
indicating interest in an Organized Symposium, either as an invited
speaker, or if you want your talk to be considered for a particular
symposium. Visit the "Symposia Overview" page for details and options
(http://www.usiale.org/symposia.html). NOTE: Invited speakers of an
Organized Symposium must submit their individual presentation abstract
using this online form.
Notifications of acceptance will be sent by the end of December and the
schedule will be posted in January 2018. All presenters will need to
register and pay for the conference shortly thereafter.
If you have questions, or need assistance filling out the online submission
form or withdrawing a proposal, please contact Meg Boera at
For questions about program content, contact Program Co-Chairs Audrey
Mayer, almayer(a)mtu.edu; or Brian Sturtevant, bsturtevant(a)fs.fed.us.
Follow this link to learn more about the meeting
http://www.usiale.org/annual-meeting.html and follow this link to submit an
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