Call for symposia/workshops
The 11th INTECOL Scientific Programme Committee is responsible for developing the program agenda which groups oral presentations related to similar themes. The Program Committee solicits abstracts and then uses these submissions to build unified sessions.
To promote collaboration and interdisciplinary dialogue, we invite you to help us develop the program by proposing sessions related to your field of expertise.
Normal/Contributed sessions: where speakers are grouped together with other authors of similar topic papers. The groupings will be done by the organising committee.
Symposia: where somebody volunteers to organise and run a special session with invited speakers on a theme that fits the conference. Organiser(s) submit a proposal for a symposium that is considered for acceptance by the organising committee. The organiser invites and organises speakers to be part of the symposium. Often there is an overview speaker who leads the symposium, and there can also be a panel discussion at the closing of the symposium.
Workshop: are similar to symposia except with a more hands-on approach. For workshops it is expected that there will be fewer oral papers and more interaction between participants. Workshop organiser(s) submit a proposal that is considered for acceptance by the organising committee.
In addition to the sessions there will also be:
Posters: presentation of research information or investigation in the form of a paper poster that conference participants view.
Plenary/Keynote Speakers: engaging, inspirational invited speakers who are experts in a conference theme
Call for symposium and workshop proposals close | 31 July 2019
Acceptance of symposium and workshop proposals | Early September 2019
Call for abstracts opens | 1 October 2019
Call for abstracts close | 28 February 2020
Acceptance of abstracts | 30 April 2020
Early bird registrations close | 18 June 2020
Sharing traditional knowledge, science and management lessons of wetlands1 that can be used for:
• Facing the challenges of climate change
• Developing green infrastructure in urban and rural landscapes
• Understanding bio/geo/hydro diversity and wetland functioning
• Promoting sustainable resource use and community wellbeing
• Guiding community ecological restoration projects
1We are using the RAMSAR definition of wetlands as "areas of marsh, fen, peatland or water, whether natural or artificial, permanent or temporary, with water that is static or flowing, fresh, brackish or salt, including areas of marine water the depth of which at low tide does not exceed six metres"
Terms and conditions
All presenters must register to attend the Conference and are responsible for their own travel, accommodation and registration expenses. However if funding comes available, you will be notified through our mailing list. Please click here to register your interest to receive regular newsletters.
Registration will be available from February 2020.
Presenters must be registered by July 2020 to guarantee a place in the programme.
Please do not hesitate to contact Kate should you have any questions or queries regarding the submission process.
Kate Howden | Conference Innovators Ltd | Kate@conference.nz