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SECOND CALL for PAPERS for 2017 ORTWS Annual Meeting!!!!

SECOND CALL for PAPERS:

ABSTRACTS OF REPORTS FROM THE FIELD,

PAPERS and POSTERS

 

Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society 2017 Annual Meeting

February 8-10, 2017

Pendleton Convention Center

Pendleton, Oregon

  

Theme:

Conservation Collaboration Across Multiple Scales

  

Please join us and contribute to the Annual Meeting by presenting your work! In an effort to capture a wider variety of wildlife science topics, ORTWS would like to encourage the submission of presentations including:

 

·      Research

·      Project briefings

·      Reports from the field

·      Effective collaborations

·      Lessons learned

·      Field skills and techniques

 

We will cap all presentations to 20 minutes (which includes 15 minutes for the presentation and five minutes for questions). Take this opportunity to share your completed or ongoing studies with your peers as well as lessons learned in your day to day wildlife career. Conference organizers will group abstracts into like categories to build concurrent sessions.

 

** Please submit abstracts for presentations to John Goodell at jfiskegoodell@gmail.com

Please label your subject line ORTWS Presentation or Poster.

 

Abstracts must be submitted electronically via Microsoft Word by November 25th, 2016. See instructions below and at https://ortws.wordpress.com/

** Let us know if you are a student and would like to be judged for Best Student Paper or Poster

 

Call for Associated Meetings:

Need meeting space? We can help, but rooms need to be reserved no later than 1 January 2016. Contact Autumn Larkins at autumn.n.larkins@state.or.us

For more information on the meeting or to volunteer, contact ORTWS Chapter President Elect David Shepherdson at: David.Shepherdson@oregonzoo.org

 

 

ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

 

Abstract Deadline: November 25th, 2016

Please specify on the first line either “oral presentation” or “poster presentation

Please limit abstracts to 250 words

 

Use Times New Roman, 12point font.

Title. TYPE in all capitals.

Author name(s). Type in upper and lower case, then convert to small capitals (do not manufacture small capitals by changing font size).

Author address(es) Italicize. If there are several authors with different addresses, follow each author name with the appropriate address; spell out street addresses, use state acronyms, no comma between state and zip code, include the name of the country if other than the United States or Canada; separate street address and email address with a semicolon.

Abstract. Single space and type in upper and lower case. The abstract should summarize the paper with an emphasis on results and their meaning. Leave only 1 space between a period and the start of the next sentence. Scientific names should be italicized in parentheses, and should accompany the 1st use of the common name. Common names should be capitalized. See example below:

 

THERMOREGULATORY BEHAVIOR AND GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS OF WESTERN POND TURTLES ON THE REGULATED MAINSTEM TRINITY RIVER AND UNREGULATED SOUTH FORK TRINITY RIVER. Craig Foster, Jamie B Bettaso, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Field Office, 1655 Heindon Road, Arcata, CA 95521; jamie_bettaso@fws.gov; Donald T Ashton, Hartwell H Welsh, JR., US Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, 1700 Bayview Drive, Arcata, CA 95521.

 

The Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) is a California State Species of Special Concern and listed as a Sensitive Species by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, as the species has been declining throughout its range…

 

OR TO GO WITH THE NEW REPORTS FROM THE FIELD FORMAT:

 

EFFECTIVENESS TECHNIQUES OF AN OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE DISTRICT WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST. Craig L. Foster, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, 18560 Roberta Rd., Lakeview, OR, 97630. craig.l.foster@state.or.us

District biologists are tasked with a variety of management duties including game and non-game wildlife population inventory, response to damage complaints and completion of habitat development or protection activities. Priorities between these tasks vary depending on the human population and vegetation associations found within a district. Techniques utilized to prioritize, build community relationships, and compete for funding that have leveraged capacity in rural districts..

 

POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

Poster presentation abstracts should follow the abstract guidelines presented above. Requirements for the printed posters are as follows:

·      Printed poster must measure no more than 3 ft.-high x 4 ft.-wide 

·      Printed poster must be attached to poster board or other sturdy material provided by the presenter

·      Presenter must attach corner eyes or hooks to the backing material to facilitate hanging

·      Presenter must bring copies of poster abstract and contact information to hand out to poster session attendees

Please contact John Goodell directly if you have additional questions about display boards and/or the size of your poster: jfiskegoodell@gmail.com

ORTWS_SECOND CALL for PAPERS_11-16-16.pdf

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ORTWS 2017 Annual Meeting First Call for Papers

FIRST CALL for PAPERS:

ABSTRACTS OF REPORTS FROM THE FIELD,

PAPERS and POSTERS

 

Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society 2017 Annual Meeting

February 8-10, 2017

Pendleton Convention Center

Pendleton, Oregon

 

Theme:

Conservation Collaboration Across Multiple Scales

 

Please join us and contribute to the Annual Meeting by presenting your work! In an effort to capture a wider variety of wildlife science topics, ORTWS would like to encourage the submission of presentations including:

  • Research
  • Project briefings
  • Reports from the field
  • Effective collaborations
  • Lessons learned
  • Field skills and techniques

We will cap all presentations to 20 minutes (which includes 15 minutes for the presentation and five minutes for questions). Take this opportunity to share your completed or ongoing studies with your peers as well as lessons learned in your day to day wildlife career. Conference organizers will group abstracts into like categories to build concurrent sessions.

** Please submit abstracts for presentations to John Goodell at jfiskegoodell@gmail.com

 Please label your subject line ORTWS Presentation or Poster.

Abstracts must be submitted electronically via Microsoft Word by November 25th, 2016. See instructions below and at https://ortws.wordpress.com/

 ** Let us know if you are a student and would like to be judged for Best Student Paper or Poster

 

Call for Associated Meetings:

Need meeting space? We can help, but rooms need to be reserved no later than 1 January 2016. Contact Autumn Larkins at autumn.n.larkins@state.or.us

For more information on the meeting or to volunteer, contact ORTWS Chapter President Elect David Shepherdson at: David.Shepherdson@oregonzoo.org

 

ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

Abstract Deadline: November 25th, 2016

Please specify on the first line either “oral presentation” or “poster presentation

Please limit abstracts to 250 words

Use Times New Roman, 12‐point font.

Title. TYPE in all capitals.

Author name(s). Type in upper and lower case, then convert to small capitals (do not manufacture small capitals by changing font size).

Author address(es) Italicize. If there are several authors with different addresses, follow each author name with the appropriate address; spell out street addresses, use state acronyms, no comma between state and zip code, include the name of the country if other than the United States or Canada; separate street address and email address with a semi‐colon.

Abstract. Single space and type in upper and lower case. The abstract should summarize the paper with an emphasis on results and their meaning. Leave only 1 space between a period and the start of the next sentence. Scientific names should be italicized in parentheses, and should accompany the 1st use of the common name. Common names should be capitalized. See example below:

THERMOREGULATORY BEHAVIOR AND GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS OF WESTERN POND TURTLES ON THE REGULATED MAINSTEM TRINITY RIVER AND UNREGULATED SOUTH FORK TRINITY RIVER. Craig Foster, Jamie B Bettaso, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Field Office, 1655 Heindon Road, Arcata, CA 95521; jamie_bettaso@fws.gov; Donald T Ashton, Hartwell H Welsh, JR., US Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, 1700 Bayview Drive, Arcata, CA 95521.

The Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) is a California State Species of Special Concern and listed as a Sensitive Species by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, as the species has been declining throughout its range…

 

OR TO GO WITH THE NEW REPORTS FROM THE FIELD FORMAT:

EFFECTIVENESS TECHNIQUES OF AN OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE DISTRICT WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST. Craig L. Foster, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, 18560 Roberta Rd., Lakeview, OR, 97630. craig.l.foster@state.or.us

District biologists are tasked with a variety of management duties including game and non-game wildlife population inventory, response to damage complaints and completion of habitat development or protection activities. Priorities between these tasks vary depending on the human population and vegetation associations found within a district. Techniques utilized to prioritize, build community relationships, and compete for funding that have leveraged capacity in rural districts…..

 

POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

Poster presentation abstracts should follow the abstract guidelines presented above. Requirements for the printed posters are as follows:

  • Printed poster must measure no more than 3 ft.-high x 4 ft.-wide
  • Printed poster must be attached to poster board or other sturdy material provided by the presenter
  • Presenter must attach corner eyes or hooks to the backing material to facilitate hanging
  • Presenter must bring copies of poster abstract and contact information to hand out to poster session attendees

Please contact John Goodell directly if you have additional questions about display boards and/or the size of your poster: jfiskegoodell@gmail.com

FOR A PRINTABLE FORM PLEASE GO HERE.

 

First Call for Papers and Posters! Annual Meeting April 29-May 1

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS and POSTERS!

Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society
Oregon Society of American Foresters
2015 Joint Annual Meeting
April 29-May 1, 2015
Hilton Hotel, Eugene, Oregon

Theme : Common Ground, Common Goals, & Common Solutions

This year ORTWS and the Oregon Society of American Foresters are holding a joint annual meeting! This brings lots of interesting opportunities for our membership (you!) to experience and present information to a slightly different audience. This does NOT mean that our posters and presentations should be limited to wildlife-forest interactions!

In this FIRST CALL, we are looking for research presentations from across all parts of the state. Regardless of the ecoregion you work in or the taxa you work with, others want to hear from you. Take this opportunity to share your completed or ongoing studies with your peers. Conference organizers will group abstracts into like categories to build concurrent sessions.

** Please submit abstracts for oral presentations and poster presentations to Jimmy Taylor, jimmy.d.taylor@aphis.usda.gov

Abstracts must be submitted electronically via Microsoft Word by February 16, 2015. See instructions below and at https://ortws.wordpress.com/ .

** Let us know if you are a student and would like to be judged for Best Student Paper or Poster

ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

Abstract Deadline: February 16, 2015
Please specify on the first line either “oral presentation” or “poster presentation”
Please limit abstracts to 250 words

Use Times New Roman, 12‐point font.
Title.—Type in all capitals.
Author name(s).—Type in upper and lower case, then convert to small capitals (do not manufacture small capitals by changing font size).
Author address(es).—Italicize. If there are several authors with different addresses, follow each author name with the appropriate address; spell out street addresses, use state acronyms, no comma between state and zip code, include the name of the country if other than the United States or Canada; separate street address and email address with a semi‐colon.
Abstract.—Indent. Single space and type in upper and lower case. The abstract should summarize the paper with an emphasis on results and their meaning. Only small capitals and italics are retained, so please do not use bold face or any other non‐standard type face. Leave only 1 space between a period and the start of the next sentence. Scientific names should be italicized and should accompany the 1st use of the common name. Common names should be capitalized.

Example

THERMOREGULATORY BEHAVIOR AND GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS OF WESTERN POND TURTLES ON THE REGULATED MAINSTEM TRINITY RIVER AND UNREGULATED SOUTH FORK TRINITY RIVER. Jamie B Bettaso, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Field Office, 1655 Heindon Road, Arcata, CA 95521; jamie_bettaso@fws.gov; Donald T Ashton, Hartwell H Welsh, JR., US Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, 1700 Bayview Drive, Arcata, CA 95521.

The Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) is a California State Species of Special Concern and listed as a Sensitive Species by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, as the species has been declining throughout its range…

ORAL PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

Presentations should be 30 minutes with time allotted for questions from the audience. Exact dates and time slots for accepted presentations will be arranged to group similar topics into categories for sessions. Once sessions are arranged, the moderator for your session will contact you to arrange for a short biography and to obtain any presentation materials (slideshow, etc) that will be needed for the meeting.

POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

Each poster should be contained within a 3 ft.-high x 4 ft.-wide area. Posters should be attached to poster boards or other sturdy material provided by the presenter. Posters will be affixed to the walls using painters tape. If you have your own poster stand please bring it as there are limited stands and tables. Also please bring copies of your poster abstract and contact information to hand out to poster session attendees. Contact Fran Cafferata Coe directly if you have additional questions about display boards and/or the size of your poster.

Contact Fran at (503)-680-7939 or fran@cafferataconsulting.com