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EE.UU.- INVITAN A PRESENTAR TRABAJOS EN LA CONFERENCIA INTERNACIONAL 2016 SOBRE LA BIOLOGÍA, SANIDAD Y POLÍTICA DE LOS POLINIZADORES

Viernes 19 de Febrero de 2016 07:16 por Analia Manriquez

El Centro Estatal de Pensilvania para la Investigación sobre polinizadores es anfitrión de la conferencia los días 18-20 de julio de, 2016 y una recepción de bienvenida opcional la noche del domingo  17 de de julio de 2016.

 

 

Talks

Each symposium will include at least three presentations selected from contributed abstracts. Individuals that are selected to present their research as a talk will be informed via email by May 13, 2016.  

Those not selected will be informed that their presentation will be included in the poster session.
Please note travel funds for contributed talks will not be provided.  The following symposia will include contributed talksEpidemiology and Modeling of Global Pollinator Populations; Bees, Landscapes, and Ecosystem Services; Nutrition and Habitat; Integrated Pest and Pollinator Management; Molecular Tools for Managing Pollinator Populations; Education and Outreach.

 


 

Posters

Those presenting posters will be contacted via email by May 13, 2016.  We will provide instructions on specifics of displaying your posters.

 

Abstract Format

 

General guidelines for abstracts

All abstracts must be limited to 200 words excluding the Title, Authors, Affiliations
12pt Times New Roman font with 1 inch margins
1.5 line spacing
Abstracts must be written in English.
Abstracts should be submitted online.
References, credits, tables, and figures must not be included in the abstracts.
Use standard abbreviations in parentheses after the full word or phrase the first time it appears.
Abstracts will be published as submitted.  Be sure to proof and edit your submission.
Presenting authors must pay the registration fee and attend the meeting.  All abstracts for posters and contributed talks will be included in the conference proceedings and will be published online on the conference/Center for Pollinator Research website.

Heading on document should be:
Title
Authors (underline presenter)
Affiliations

 

Posters

Posters should be 36 x 46 in either landscape or portrait. 

Velcro must be used to hang the posters and will be provided at the registration table.
Posters can be hung up before the morning sessions begin or during breaks on Tuesday. 
Your abstract # is in the abstract book you received at registration.
Poster session begins 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
Posters must be taken down by Wednesday at noon.

 

Agenda

Sunday, July 17, 2016
Xerces Short Course, Ag Sciences and Industry Building, Penn State University
Evening Reception, Nittany Lion Inn

Monday, July 18, 2016
Keynote: Rachael Winfree, Rutgers

Symposium 1:  Epidemiology and Modeling of Global Pollinator Populations
Co-moderators: Christina Grozinger and Dennis vanEngelsdorp
Speakers:
Dennis vanEngelsdorp, University of Maryland
Marina Meixner, Bieneninstitut Kirchhain, Germany
Andrew Barron, Macquarie University, Australia
Robyn Rose, USDA-APHIS

Symposium 2: Bees, Landscapes and Ecosystem Services
Co-moderators: Shelby Fleischer and Rachael Winfree
Speakers:
Taylor Ricketts, University of Vermont
Luisa Carvalheiro, University of Brasilia
Dan Cariveau, University of Minnesota
Lucy King, Save the Elephants, Kenya
Zac Browning, American Beekeeping Federation

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Keynote: Sonny Ramaswamy, USDA-NIFA

Symposium 3:  Nutrition and Habitat
Co-moderators: Neal Williams and Marla Spivak
Speakers:
Amy Toth, Iowa State University
Hollis Woodard, University of California, Riverside
Claire Carvell, Center for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford
Matthew Smart, USGS

Symposium 4:  Integrated Pest and Pollinator Management
Co-moderators: Ed Rajotte and Rufus Isaacs
Speakers: 
Ed Rajotte, Penn State University
Gabrielle Ludwig, California Almond Board
Matt Rogers, Whole Foods
Dan Potter, University of Kentucky
Guy Smagghe, Ghent University

Evening Poster Session

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Keynote: Gene Robinson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Symposium 5:  Molecular Tools and Managing Pollinator Populations
Co-moderators: Shalene Jha and Elina Lastro Nino
Speakers:
Mark Brown, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
Seth Barribeau, East Carolina University
Jackie Park-Burris, Queen Producers, California
Amro Zayed, York University
Margarita Lopez-Uribe, North Carolina State University

Symposium 6:  Education and Outreach
Co-moderators: Vicki Wojcik and Katharina Ullman
Speakers:
Vicki Wojcik, Pollinator Partnership
Katharina Ullman, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
Constance Schmotzer, Penn State Extension
Holly Holt, Monarch Joint Venture
Bryan Danforth, Cornell University

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