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The 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB 2011) will be meeting in Auckland, New Zealand from the 5th – 9th December 2011.

Meeting Theme

The theme for the ICCB 2011 is Engaging Society in Conservation (Te Whenua, Te Moana, Te Papa Atawhai Whakamaua ki Tina).
Exploring the science of conservation, and engaging all aspects of society in conservation.

Change of Venue and Dates

The 25th ICCB 2011 was planned for Christchurch at the Christchurch Convention Centre, but due to the severe earthquake suffered by the city earlier this year, the organising committee has had to move the meeting to Auckland, New Zealand.

The meeting venue for the ICCB 2011 is now the Sky City Auckland Convention Centre and with new dates, 5th – 9th December 2011.

Updates

Please visit the Society for Conservation Biology website for up to date information on the ICCB 2011 meeting. Over the next few weeks more information will be added about the venue, accommodation, conference trips, social events, and more …

Abstracts

The closing date for abstracts for oral, poster, and speed presentations has already passed (30 April 2011). Decisions about the outcome of submissions will be available from 30 June 2011.

General information

For general questions about the ICCB 2011, please contact our conference management coordinator:

Kerry O’Connell
ICCB 2011 Conference Management Coordinator
South Events
Email: 2011@conbio.org

More ICCB 2011 contacts

The 2011 Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia will be held at Wrest Point in Hobart, Tasmania from the 21st – 25th November 2011.

Theme

The theme of the Ecological Society of Australia (ESA) 2011 conference is “Ecology in changing landscapes”. It encompasses all natural systems, from terrestrial, freshwater and marine, from the molecular to the ecosystem level.

More Information

For more information on ESA 2011, for the Key Dates and for the Sponsorship and Exhibition prospectus (PDF 275KB).

Contact Details

For further enquiries, please contact the Conference secretariat:
Phone: (02) 6281 6624
Email: conference@conlog.com.au

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The 10th Invertebrate Biodiversity & Conservation Conference (IBCC) / Society of Australian Systematic Biologists (SASB) Conference will be held at St Mary's College, Parkville, Melbourne from Sunday 4th – 7th December 2011.

The conference will be followed by a National Invertebrate Conservation Workshop on Thursday 8th December 2011.

Symposia

The conference will run several symposia with themes of major importance:

  • Tropical invertebrate diversity: from rainforest to reef
  • Species in principle and in practice - morphological and genetic approaches to defining species boundaries
  • Assessing and countering threats to invertebrates
  • Biodiversity and biosecurity: can one work without the other?

Expression of Interest

Intending delegates are encouraged to submit papers / posters in their area of expertise in relation to one or more of the conference themes.

Important Dates for the Conference

  • Call for Abstracts from February 2011
  • On-line registration opens February 2011
  • Abstracts due by 30th September 2011
  • Notification of acceptance of abstracts 14th October 2011
  • Early registration 17th October 2011
  • Welcome Reception Sunday 4th December 2011
  • Conference 5th – 7th December 2011
  • National Invertebrate Conservation Workshop 8th December 2011

Contact Details

Conference Organiser: Sally Brown
Address: PO Box 108, Kenmore, QLD, 4069, Australia
E-mail: sally.brown@uq.net.au
Phone: (07) 3201 2808
Fax: (07) 3201 2809
Website: http://www.conferenceconnections.com.au

10IBCC Logo
SASB Logo

The 10th Invertebrate Biodiversity & Conservation Conference (IBCC) / Society of Australian Systematic Biologists (SASB) Conference will be held at St Mary's College, Parkville, Melbourne from Sunday 4th – 7th December 2011.

The conference will be followed by a National Invertebrate Conservation Workshop on Thursday 8th December 2011.

Symposia

The conference will run several symposia with themes of major importance:

  • Tropical invertebrate diversity: from rainforest to reef
  • Species in principle and in practice - morphological and genetic approaches to defining species boundaries
  • Assessing and countering threats to invertebrates
  • Biodiversity and biosecurity: can one work without the other?

Expression of Interest

Intending delegates are encouraged to submit papers / posters in their area of expertise in relation to one or more of the conference themes.

Important Dates for the Conference

  • Call for Abstracts from February 2011
  • On-line registration opens February 2011
  • Abstracts due by 30th September 2011
  • Notification of acceptance of abstracts 14th October 2011
  • Early registration 17th October 2011
  • Welcome Reception Sunday 4th December 2011
  • Conference 5th – 7th December 2011
  • National Invertebrate Conservation Workshop 8th December 2011

Contact Details

Conference Organiser: Sally Brown
Address: PO Box 108, Kenmore, QLD, 4069, Australia
E-mail: sally.brown@uq.net.au
Phone: (07) 3201 2808
Fax: (07) 3201 2809
Website: http://www.conferenceconnections.com.au