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Texas Society for Ecological Restoration - 9th Annual Conference

Texas SER is the Texas chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration, a non-profit international organization committed to the repair and sustainable maintenance of indigenous ecosystems. The 9th Annual Texas SER Conference will focus on these areas:
1) Gulf Coast Restoration issues including Prairie, Marsh, Wetland, Dune, Reef and Riparian restoration
2) Endangered Species Habitat Restoration
3) Urban Restoration
4) Restoration Monitoring, Funding, and Education
5) Community Restoration Initiatives

Fun, exciting and educational field trips are planned for Friday and Sunday with Saturday, July 31st, reserved for presentations and posters.

Texas SER welcomes relevant abstracts and proposals from all disciplines, backgrounds and experience levels. Presenters should be prepared for a 15 minute talk with an additional 5 minutes for questions and answers. A diverse audience is expected and papers should include a brief background.


Location:   University of Houston - Clear Lake, Texas, United States
Dates:   July 30 - August 1, 2004
Official Language:   English
Contact Information:   Questions regarding presentations/abstracts can be directed to Kevin Thuesen by email at kthues@flash.net or call Tramelle Jones, Chapter Coordinator at the Texas SER office: (940)565-4332.

Home Page URL:   http://www.phil.unt.edu/ser/

Keywords:   Habitat, Restoration, Endangered species, Education, Monitoring, Funding


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