symposium proposals due
28 february 2018
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION OPEN
14 MAY 2019
call for ABSTRACT
16 march 2018
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION EXPIRES
27 JUNE 2019
01 MAY 2018
REGULAR REGISTRATION EXPIRES
26 August 2018
Expression of interest
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The proposed themes for SERA 2018 are focused around four pillars:
PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE
The national and international standards in restoration
Databases and tools
Economics of restoration
Indigenous values in restoration
Methods and technology
Monitoring and trajectory
Scaling up restoration
Social dimensions of restoration
Coastal and marine
Woodlands and temporal forests
Restoration of fauna diversity
Restoration in a changing climate
Returning ecosystem function
Seed enablement and technology
Soil & soil biota
Threatened species conservation
SERA is dedicated to providing education, specialised training, and networking opportunities for ecological and environmental professionals working together to meet the challenges of ecosystem restoration. SERA provides an interactive forum for physical, biological, and social scientists, engineers, resource managers, planners, and policy makers to share their experiences and research results concerning large-scale ecosystem restoration on both national and international levels.
Who Should Attend?
SERA is a collaborative effort. If you are a scientist, practitioner, manager, or policy maker and are actively involved in and/or affected by all aspects of ecosystem restoration, you do not want to miss this conference! Individuals interested in restoration planning and management activities such as setting goals, objectives, and performance standards by which to measure success should be sure to attend.
Each session is 90-minutes long with a 15-minute introduction, followed by five 15-minute talks forming a cohesive theme.
The University of Queensland (UQ) is a research university primarily located in Queensland's capital city, Brisbane. As one of Australia's leading universities, UQ is consistently ranked first for business administration, mining engineering and life sciences in Australasia and it's top ten in global ranking for environmental sciences and ecology. UQ also admits the majority of its state's top achievers. The main campus occupies much of the riverside inner suburb of St Lucia, southwest of the Brisbane central business district.
Founded in 1909 by the state parliament, UQ is one of Australia's oldest universities colloquially known as a sandstone university.