[MARMAM] Call for abstracts for the 3rd International Marine Conservation Congress OPEN
katherynpatterson at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 25 08:32:10 PST 2014
The Call for abstracts for the 3rd International Marine Conservation Congress is now open.
3rd International Marine Conservation Congress will be held from 14-18
August 2014 at the Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre, Glasgow,
Scotland, UK. We are now accepting abstracts for oral (spoken), speed
(short spoken), and poster presentations.
abstracts must be submitted online by 5pm (GMT) on 8 March 2014.
Decisions will be made by 22 March 2014. Complete instructions for
submitting proposals are available at the meeting website:
www.conbio.org/mini-sites/imcc-2014. The selection process is highly
The overall theme of the
congress is Making Marine Science Matter. For marine conservation to be
effective, marine conservation science must matter to stakeholders,
policy makers, and practitioners. To accomplish this, the congress will
be organized around specific topics of interest for marine conservation
in general, as well as for the local area. This list is not meant to be
exhaustive, but merely a guide for proposers. Other topics of interest
• Food security and the oceans (e.g., sustainable fisheries, aquaculture, and livelihoods)
• Marine renewable and non-renewable energy
• Climate, ocean acidification, and the changing oceans
• Advancing marine conservation through international
• Effective conservation planning (including EBM and MPAs, cumulative impacts)
• Communicating marine conservation (marine conservation awareness and outreach, social media)
• Participation in marine conservation science (e.g. citizen and indigenous science)
• Marine tourism
• Estuary restoration
addition, the SCB Marine Section developed a list of 71 research
questions critical to the advancement of marine conservation (http://www.conbio.org/mini-sites/imcc-2014/registration-participation/71-questions). We encourage proposals that address one or more of these questions but
welcome all abstracts related to marine conservation science and
For additional information contact the
program committee at IMCCprogram at conbio.org.
Apologies for cross-posting.
Katheryn W. Patterson
Ph.D. Candidate Environmental Science and Public Policy
George Mason University Fairfax, VA
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