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Next Generation Ecology and Evolution: Genomics Tools for the Study of Ecology, Evolution, and Biomo

Wednesday 22 April 2015, University of Calgary
The youngest BES journal, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, is now five years old. In celebration of the 5th Anniversary of the journal and its success so far, we will be holding a one-day symposium, spanning two continents, on 22 April 2015. The UK section of the symposium will be at Charles Darwin House, London and the Canadian section will be held in the University of Calgary’s Alberta Room. There will be live streaming of speakers across the two countries to end the UK event and to get things started in Calgary. We will be hearing what’s in store for the future from young, international researchers including the first winner of the Robert May Young Investigator’s Prize and a number of the journal’s Associate Editors. Topics that will be discussed include model selection, data analysis, R and much more.

9e colloque annuel du Centre d’étude de la forêt

Thursday 30 April 2015 - Friday 01 May 2015, l'Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR)

Colloque annuel du Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche sur le Saumon Atlantique

Thursday 07 May 2015 - Friday 08 May 2015, Université Laval

ACFAS' 83th annual symposium

Monday 25 May 2015 - Friday 29 May 2015, Université du Québec à Rimouski

The useR! Conference 2015

Tuesday 30 June 2015 - Friday 03 July 2015, Aalborg, Denmark

52nd annual meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation

Monday 13 July 2015 - Thursday 16 July 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii
The theme for the conference is: "Resilience of Island Systems in the Context of Climate Change: Challenges for Biological and Cultural diversity and Conservation". Conservation of tropical biota is a pressing issue and one that is accentuated in island systems around the world. Many current hypotheses and theories in mainstream ecology have been established in island systems and have been “translated” to other continental contexts. Island systems are also particularly vulnerable to factors such as climate change, invasive species, and sea level rise. Furthermore, human cultures in such environments are also vulnerable. Thus, a theme (although not the exclusive focus) on islands is merited with particular emphasis on the relationship between conservation of both biological and cultural heritage.

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