TO BE HELD AT THE ESPLANADE HOTEL FREMANTLE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, FROM 28 NOVEMBER TO 2 DECEMBER 2016.
The historic port town of Fremantle and its warm Mediterranean-type climate provide a perfect setting for meeting colleagues outdoors and engaging in lively discussions of diversity patterns, process and prospects. The town’s 2020 vision to improve habitat for local biodiversity and for people under a drying climate can be seen in the landscaped gardens and verge plantings. Delegates will also have the opportunity to explore the nearby Maritime Museum and internationally renowned Shipwreck Galleries. ESA16 will feature symposia on regionally relevant issues, including indigenous ecological knowledge, urban ecology, restoration ecology, refugia in ancient landscapes, biodiversity conservation, pest and pathogen impacts, and climate change. Fremantle offers easy access to five of the state’s biodiversity hotspots. Two of these hotspots are featured in field trips to the wet southern forests and the northern sand plains.
ESA16 is an opportunity to interact with world-leading ecologists and to experience the unrivalled biodiversity hotspot of south-western Australia.
We look forward to seeing you in Fremantle!
Local Organising Committee for ESA16
The local organising committee for ESA16 support environmentally responsible management and will not be printing a conference handbook with all abstracts.
You can view the detailed conference program online, with all presenter biographies and abstracts.
In addition, you are welcome to download the conference app – click here to link to the conference app, or scan the QR code below. The conference app gives you access to the program, abstracts and presenter biographies from your smartphone or tablet.
You will need to login with the same email and password that you used when you registered to attend the conference. This will allow you to create a personalised agenda, and to view a list of attendees. (Delegates who requested that their details not be included on the participant list will not have their details on the app).
Once you have accessed the app, add it to your homescreen (so that appears on your device like any other app shortcut or widget) by following the below instructions:
- Android Phone or Tablet: Tap the menu button and tap Add to homescreen.
- iPhone or iPad: Tap the Share button on the browser’s toolbar – that’s the rectangle with an arrow pointing upward. It’s on the bar at the top of the screen on an iPad, and usually on the bar at the bottom of the screen on an iPhone or iPod Touch (on newer versions, it may be at the top). Tap the Add to Home Screen icon in the Share menu.
- Windows Device: Pull up the app bar – for example, by right-clicking or swiping up from the bottom of your screen – and tap the star icon. Tap the pin icon, enter a name for the shortcut, and click Pin to Start.
- Windows Phone: Tap the More (…) button and tap Pin to Start.
Future Fellow, School of Global, Urban & Social Studies City Campus RMITView biography
Senior Research Scientist, CSIROView biography
Director, Science and Conservation Division, Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western AustraliaView biography
Director, Centre for Biodiversity Analysis, ANUView biography
Assistant Professor and Australian Research Council (ARC) early career Discovery fellow, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook UniversityView biography
Ethnobotanist and Coordinator, Tropical Indigenous Ethnobotany Centre, Australian Tropical Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology, and Innovation, QldView biography
Deputy Director, Threatened Species Recovery Hub, National Environmental Science Programme, Charles Darwin UniversityView biography
With thanks to our conference sponsors
The Department of Parks and Wildlife protects and conserves the State’s natural environment on behalf of the people of Western Australia.
The Nature Conservancy is one of the world’s leading conservation organisations working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is a Western Australian State Government authority.
Call for symposia proposals open - 8 February 2016
Call for symposia proposals close - 7 March 2016
Notification to organisers - 25 March 2016
Call for abstracts open - 1 April 2016
Earlybird registrations open - 6 June 2016
Call for abstracts close - 15 July 2016
Notification to authors - late August 2016
Earlybird registration closes - 16 September 2016
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