SUBMITTED PAPER SUBMISSION

Abstracts for symposia, paper and poster presentations must be submitted by September 21st 



SUBMIT A PAPER OR POSTER

All talks must be presented in English

Posters size should be 47" x 47" min and 48" x 48 “ max


PACIFIC ENTOMOLOGY CONFERENCE

Oral Presentations

We are currently accepting submitted papers

Talks will run between 10-15 minutes

Current symposia can be found here

Abstracts for symposia, paper and poster presentations must be submitted by September 21st


Talks will run around 10-15 minutes and must be presented in English.

Posters size should be 47" x 47" min and 48" x 48 " max

Invited speakers Please submit your talk titles to your symposia oranizers directly.



HAWAIIAN BOTANICAL FORUM

The 2nd Hawaiian Botanical Forum will have three great ways for you to participate and share your project, research, or message with other Forum attendees. Please consider displaying a poster and/or presenting a 5- or 10-minute talk in the Shout Out sessions. You can also submit a 10-20 minute talk related to this forum’s theme: Hawaiian forest restoration in the face of climate change.

Oral Presentations

Shout Out Talks will run between 5-10 minutes

Oral Presentations will run between 10-20 minutes

Subject Guidelines for both Posters and Shout Out Talks

Posters and Shout Out Talks should be related to some aspect of Hawaiian Botany with preference given to abstracts that also relate to the theme of the 2nd Hawaiian Botanical Forum: “Hawaiian Forest Restoration in the Face of Climate Change.” This includes the scientific study of plants in Hawai’i and the Pacific, including their physiology, anatomy, genetics and phylogeny, ecology, natural history, distribution, classification, and economic importance; as well as the protection, conservation, restoration, propagation, and management of native Hawaiian plants; or management, control, and prevention of introductions of non-native plants in Hawai‘i or the Pacific. Also encouraged are abstracts that present novel techniques, approaches, and technologies that will aid in

Hawaiian botanical research, conservation, and/or management. Abstracts that do not meet the above criteria will not be considered. Forum registrants proposing Shout Out Talks may choose

either 5- or 10-minute talk lengths. These talks are SHORT, with 6-12 talks projected for each hour-long session. Please include any time reserved for questions into your 5- or 10-minute allotment. Time will be monitored strictly.

More information can be found here: Hawaiian Botanical Forum Summary