The New Zealand Ecological Society will have their annual meeting at Lincoln University in late November. The theme of the conference will be “Is New Zealand ecology on solid foundations“. There will be a student only day on the 25th of November and the regular conference will run from the 26th – 28th with a field trip day on the 29th. Keynote speakers are Richard Hobbs, Trevor Worthy, Hamish Campbell, J. Bastow Wilson, Kerry Jayne Wilson and Lesley Hughes (winner of the Ecological Society of Australia award last year). There will also be a celebration of 50 years of ecology teaching at Lincoln. There will be the following symposia: Restoration Ecology, Microbial Ecology, Plant Functional Traits, Drylands Research, Next Generation Sequencing, Wildlife Management and Conservation, Community-led Projects, and Data Archiving.
We look forward to seeing you there! Registration and a call for abstracts can be found here.