31st Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS) Conference
31st Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS) conference
4-6 December 2018, Hobart, Tasmania - abstracts close 31st August
- 'Integrating wildlife management, nature conservation and production in land, river and seascapes'
- Call for Abstracts now open - closes 31st August!
The 31st Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS) conference will be held 04-06 December 2018, Hobart, Tasmania, and you can be a part of it!
In addition to dedicated sessions for students and general presentations, proposed symposia are:
- Effectiveness of ‘multi-use’ landscape management practices
- Managing freshwater and marine systems for wildlife
- What does ‘renewables (solar, wind, hydro)’ mean for wildlife management?
- Cultural practices in wildlife management – how and why?
- Harvesting and control of wildlife for commercial and environmental purposes
- Management of wide-ranging species across the landscape
- Wildlife disease management
Other symposia will be organised to ft the topics of the abstracts received. There will also be open sessions to accommodate talks on any topic related to wildlife management.
There are many ways to participate at the AWMS2018 conference:
- Register as delegate to learn about projects and research, and network with other professionals in the wildlife management field,
- Present your project with a talk or poster;
- Promote your company or organisation with one of our sponsorship packages or take part in the trade exhibition.
An AWMS conference typically attracts 200 delegates from the Australasian region, with members from Australia, New Zealand, and around the world, all of whom have an interest in the wildlife management field.
AWMS promotes the use of science to identify appropriate wildlife management principles and practices, develop plans of management, and to implement and review these plans within a social, environmental, economic and political context. AWMS members include research scientists, educators, wildlife managers, and extension, interpretation and policy professionals.
For more information on the conference, how to participate, student prizes and subsidies, how to register and submit abstracts (deadline 31. August 2018) please visit our conference website www.awms.org.au/conference, or contact the conference organiser ([email protected]).
We sincerely hope that you will consider coming to this year’s AWMS conference and look forward to seeing you there!