Abstract Submission for Presentations is Open for the PNW Society for Ecological Restoration & Society for Wetland Scientists 2018 Joint Conference

Abstract submission is open for oral or poster presentations at the regional PNW Society for Ecological Restoration & Society for Wetland Scientists 2018 Joint Conference. The deadline for abstract submission is now set for July 1, 2018. Please visit the website, find information about Program and Venue, and submit your abstract for contributed presentations. Early registration will open in April.
The conference highlights the intersection of wetland science, ecological restoration, and ecosystem management in the Pacific Northwest, along with a broader continental perspective through participation of the North American Chapters of SER. They invite contributed presentations on topics that are of interest to a regional and wider continental audience of practitioners, managers, and scientists.

Plenary Speakers

Jack Nisbet - Author of human and natural history of the Northwest
Hillary Franz - Commissioner of Public Lands
Dan Isaak - USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station
Erin Pettit - National Geographic Explorer

Workshops

- Effective Ecological Restoration Monitoring
- Restoration of Contaminated and Drastically Disturbed Sites
- Connecting Science & People
- Using the Science, Tools and Data from the National Aquatic Resource Surveys to Make Better Wetland and Water Resources
Decisions

Field Trips

- Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge (Washington)
- Schlepp Wetland (Coeur d’Alene Basin, Idaho)
- California Creek (Spokane, WA)
- NE Washington (3+ sites)

The conference is planned to include the following thematic topics:

- Wetland ecology and management
- Ecological resilience
- Community engagement
- Global change and restoration planning
- Restoration for migratory species
- Connecting and restoring conservation corridors
- Tribal perspectives of restoration and ecosystem management
- Aquatic restoration and management
- Wetland restoration, mitigation, and planning
- Sage-steppe ecosystems
- Presentations that address our conference themes are especially welcome, although other restoration and aquatic-focused topics relevant to the Pacific Northwest Region are also encouraged. We encourage presentations that include scientific research or restoration case studies, or which encompass social, cultural, and economic aspects of ecological restoration and management.

The conference will include three days of plenary and concurrent sessions. Workshops and field trips will be scheduled before the technical sessions.

Questions about the conference? Send an email: restoration2018@gmail.com