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5th Caribaea Initiative Research & Conservation Conference

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When? June 01 – 03, 2020

Where? Barbados (West Indies)

 

About Caribaea Initiative

Caribaea Initiative is a non-profit association whose mission is to develop research and higher education on animal biodiversity and wildlife management in the insular Caribbean, in order to increase local expertise and scientific excellence. The association also aims at fostering scientific transnational cooperation between Caribbean and foreign research institutes. To learn more about Caribaea Initiative, please go to: www.caribaea.org/en/mission/.

About the 2020 Conference

The conference is intended to be a forum for discussing research on animal biodiversity and wildlife management in the insular Caribbean region. It represents a unique opportunity to bring together researchers and conservationists from various horizons. The program will include plenary talks by invited speakers, plus oral and poster presentations organized in thematic and general sessions on the study and conservation of the Caribbean fauna. This fifth edition is co-organized with the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill Campus). TENTATIVE PROGRAM The Conference will run from June 01st to 03rd, 2020. The social program will include a cocktail dinner party (included in the conference registration fee). Further information will be communicated through our Facebook page and on our website in the coming weeks.   KEYNOTE SPEAKERS We are pleased to welcome this year the following keynote speakers:
  • Dr Penelope Lindeque, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
"Impacts of marine plastic pollution on biota and ecology"
  • Dr L. Ruth Rivkin, University of Toronto, Canada
"A roadmap for urban evolutionary ecology"  

Call for abstracts

We welcome researchers coming from different disciplines, including but not limited to, conservation biology, evolutionary ecology, behavioral ecology, systematics, parasitology and population genetics, as well as conservation practitioners and managers of nature reserves. Registration and abstract submission for talks will open soon. If you have any questions please contact Miss Anne-Sophie Gicquiaux by e-mail (contact(at)caribaea.org).  

Registration

Registration will be open by the end of October.

  Waiver application A limited number of conference fee waivers (50% discount on registration rate) will be available to selected scholars and students from Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Participants will need to meet all their own travel, visa (if any), accommodation and subsistence costs. Requests for waivers must be sent before 15 March 2020. Decisions will be communicated by 10 April 2020; in case of negative response, the early-registration fee applies. Application form can be downloaded from the link below. >>Download the application form for a conference fee waiver here  

Sponsorship opportunities

The Caribaea Initiative Research & Conservation Conference would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. A large portion of the conference costs are paid from sponsorships so that we can keep registration fees affordable and provide free registration to students and scholars form low-income countries. Many sponsorship opportunities come with additional exclusive benefits and recognition opportunities, some of which are listed below. For more details on how sponsors will be recognized contact us at contact(at)caribaea.org. >>Download the Conference Sponsorship Packages here

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More details will be coming your way in the coming weeks. For now we want to encourage you to block these dates off in your calendar and to spread the word.

Thank you! We look forward to seeing you in Barbados.

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5th Caribaea Initiative Research & Conservation Conference

When? June 01 – 03, 2020

Where? Barbados (West Indies)

 

About Caribaea Initiative

Caribaea Initiative is a non-profit association whose mission is to develop research and higher education on animal biodiversity and wildlife management in the insular Caribbean, in order to increase local expertise and scientific excellence. The association also aims at fostering scientific transnational cooperation between Caribbean and foreign research institutes.

To learn more about Caribaea Initiative, please go to: www.caribaea.org/en/mission/.

About the 2020 Conference

The conference is intended to be a forum for discussing research on animal biodiversity and wildlife management in the insular Caribbean region. It represents a unique opportunity to bring together researchers and conservationists from various horizons. The program will include plenary talks by invited speakers, plus oral and poster presentations organized in thematic and general sessions on the study and conservation of the Caribbean fauna.

This fifth edition is co-organized with the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill Campus).

TENTATIVE PROGRAM

The Conference will run from June 01st to 03rd, 2020.

The social program will include a cocktail dinner party (included in the conference registration fee).

Further information will be communicated through our Facebook page and on our website in the coming weeks.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

We are pleased to welcome this year the following keynote speakers:

  • Dr Penelope Lindeque, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

« Impacts of marine plastic pollution on biota and ecology »

  • Dr L. Ruth Rivkin, University of Toronto, Canada

« A roadmap for urban evolutionary ecology »

 

Call for abstracts

We welcome researchers coming from different disciplines, including but not limited to, conservation biology, evolutionary ecology, behavioral ecology, systematics, parasitology and population genetics, as well as conservation practitioners and managers of nature reserves.

Registration and abstract submission for talks will open soon.

If you have any questions please contact Miss Anne-Sophie Gicquiaux by e-mail (contact(at)caribaea.org).

 

Registration

Registration will be open by the end of October.

 

Waiver application

A limited number of conference fee waivers (50% discount on registration rate) will be available to selected scholars and students from Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Participants will need to meet all their own travel, visa (if any), accommodation and subsistence costs. Requests for waivers must be sent before 15 March 2020. Decisions will be communicated by 10 April 2020; in case of negative response, the early-registration fee applies. Application form can be downloaded from the link below.

>>Download the application form for a conference fee waiver here

 

Sponsorship opportunities

The Caribaea Initiative Research & Conservation Conference would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. A large portion of the conference costs are paid from sponsorships so that we can keep registration fees affordable and provide free registration to students and scholars form low-income countries.

Many sponsorship opportunities come with additional exclusive benefits and recognition opportunities, some of which are listed below. For more details on how sponsors will be recognized contact us at contact(at)caribaea.org.

>>Download the Conference Sponsorship Packages here

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More details will be coming your way in the coming weeks. For now we want to encourage you to block these dates off in your calendar and to spread the word.

Thank you! We look forward to seeing you in Barbados.

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