North America Congress for Conservation Biology
Join us for the 2nd
North America Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) meeting
July 13 - 16, 2014 in Missoula, MT, USA
The Society for Conservation Biology North America Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) is recognized as the most important meeting for conservation professionals and students working in North America.
The biennial NACCB provides a forum for presenting and discussing new research and developments in conservation science and practice for addressing today's conservation challenges. In addition, these conferences connect our regional community of conservation professionals and serve as a major networking outlet for people interested in North America conservation.
Get Ready, Get Set… Abstract submission for contributed papers for the upcoming NACCB meeting in Missoula, Montana is coming soon!
We will be accepting contributed oral, poster, and speed presentations the end of December for the 2014 North America Congress for Conservation Biology, “Challenging Conservation Boundaries”, July 13-16, in Missoula, Montana. Abstracts must be submitted via the online submission system by January 31, 2014.
The scientific program will include plenary sessions, invited symposia, workshops, organized discussions, short courses, poster sessions, and concurrent sessions of contributed oral presentations and speed presentations. To find out more about concurrent session and abstract requirements, CLICK HERE.
Due to the Missoula Marathon, Saturday, July 12, rates may be higher than the rest of the week. Plan to BOOK EARLY as hotels will fill up for the marathon weekend!
If you would like to host your own working groups, event, or side meeting during NACCB 2014, please let us know early at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The NACCB Meeting
Our attendees are interested in the science and practice of conserving biological diversity.The NACCB is continental in scope, bringing together conservation professionals and students from every sector of the field including the biological and social sciences, management, policy and planning.
Attendees work for universities, government agencies, non-governmental organizations, private foundations and organizations. They are scientists, students, managers, decision-makers, writers and other conservation professionals from throughout North America. We come together to present, learn, discuss, play, and enjoy the incredible networking opportunities of this event. This Congress will feature numerous symposia, concurrent sessions, workshops, trainings/short courses, field trips, and social events. Come join us!