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Spatial Ecology & Conservation International Conference

http://www.ert-conservation.co.uk/SEC1-Homepage.htm (8 Jul 2011)
The conference will bring together an international field of ecological scientists, practitioners and conservationists to review, discuss and evaluate the latest advances in spatial ecology and associated technologies, and how these can best be deployed to underpin conservation. Current gaps and future needs will also be identified, and a range of potential solutions discussed.

The primary outcome of the conference will be increased dissemination of knowledge in relation to:
(i) sources of ecological data
(ii) new technologies and methods for the analysis of ecological data, and
(iii) best practice for using ecological data to underpin conservation.

This will lead to improvements in the development and evaluation of conservation actions, strategies and policies within organisations and between regions. The conference will also stimulate and facilitate longer-term communication and collaboration between individual scientists and practitioners across the sector.


Location:   Birmingham University, UK
Dates:   September 5-7, 2011
Contact Information:   Contact Dr Mark O'Connell: : Mark@ERT-conservation.co.uk

Home Page URL:   http://www.ert-conservation.co.uk/SEC1-Homepage.htm

Keywords:   Spatial analysis, Ecology, Conservation


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