New Zealand Ecological Society Conference 2012
Conference programme booklet (pdf)
The conference timetable can be viewed here:
NZES Timetable Oral Presentations (pdf)
Session numbers for talk names (pdf)
The theme is: Is New Zealand ecology on solid foundations?
The conference will address the theoretical and natural history underpinnings of ecological research in New Zealand and ask whether they are adequate to meet the demands of New Zealand's rapidly changing modern environments.
Confirmed keynote speakers are Richard Hobbs, Trevor Worthy, Hamish Campbell, J. Bastow Wilson, and Lesley Hughes (winner of the Ecological Society of Australia award last year).
We will also celebrate 50 years of teaching ecology at Lincoln University.
The conference will include the following symposia topics:
• Restoration Ecology
• Microbial Ecology
• Plant Functional Traits
• Drylands Research
• Next Generation Sequencing
• Wildlife Management and Conservation
• Community-led Projects
• Data Archiving
There will also be general sessions in the conference for papers which do not readily fit into these symposia.
Student Day Presentations
As part of the student day, attendees are invited to do a short (5 minute) presentation of their research (past, on-going or future). This is intended to be a valuable learning experience with feedback provided to improve students’ presentation skills. If you wish to do a presentation for the student day, please submit your abstract as per the instructions below, but detail that your abstract is for the student day.
Other conference information and pdf's
Information about conference field trips Field Trip Details.pdf
Accommodation is available at Lincoln University in single-bed study rooms with shared bathroom facilities at $75.00 per person per night for bed and breakfast and is able to be booked when registering on-line
Information regarding the conference t-shirt including size and design information and sample image of the conference t-shirt (may be subject to change) T-shirt Sizes.pdf
Information about conference accommodation not on campus Accomodation List.pdf
Instructions for Presenters, Posters and Session Chairs
Instructions for Presenters, Posters and Session Chairs docx
Please contact the conference organizer (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any queries.