Call for Presentation and Poster Submissions
Abstract submissions are now closed, the announcement below is left up for informational purposes. Please contact Jim Duncan with any questions about posters or abstracts.
You are invited to submit an abstract for consideration as an oral presentation, or a poster on any aspect of forest ecosystem science, resource management, or public policy related to forest ecosystems in the northern temperate forest region.
A limited number of 20-minute slots are available on the program for contributed talks. Presentations will be selected from the submitted abstracts, with priority given to presentations with particular relevance to FEMC's forest ecosystem research and monitoring goals and mission (read more about FEMC's mission). In the interest of sharing information regarding ongoing efforts, presentations on new research and preliminary data from around the region are welcome.
Please press the "Submit a Presentation" button below to send FEMC your submission, or e-mail FEMC with any questions.
Submissions are due by October 22nd, 2017, and those submissions not selected for oral presentations are encouraged to present posters. You will be notified by November 3rd, 2017, whether your submission is selected for presentation. All accepted abstracts will be published online as a part of the FEMC Annual Conference Proceedings (you can view last year's proceedings, and last year's talks).
A poster session will be held during the social hour at the end of the day, open to anyone interested in contributing. Posters will be on display in the main area throughout the conference. You can see last year's contributions here.
If you wish to present a poster, press the "Submit a Poster" button below to submit your poster information to FEMC, or e-mail FEMC with any questions.
Submissions for posters are due by October 22nd, 2017. You will be notified by November 3rd, 2017, whether your submission is selected for the poster session.
Abstract submissions are now closed. Please contact Carl Waite with any questions or concerns
Poster submissions are now closed. Please contact Jim Duncan with any questions or concerns