EMIQUON SCIENCE 2009: REBIRTH OF EMIQUON
The internationally respected wetland ecologist Bill
Mitsch has agreed to be our keynote speaker. Currently at The Ohio State
University, Dr. Mitsch has been awarded numerous prestigious prizes including
the 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Wetland Scientists, the
2005 Theodore M. Sperry Award from the Society for Ecological Restoration
International, and the 2004 Stockholm Water Prize. He is the long-time
editor-in-chief of Ecological Engineering - The Journal of Ecotechnology, and
has done work in
Submissions for presentations at the symposium are invited from all scientists and managers doing or planning on doing research relevant to Emiquon Preserve restoration and ecology. Submissions from researchers who have done or are doing work at Emiquon are particularly encouraged; other contributions are welcome and will be considered subject to time constraints of the conference.
There will be two kinds of presentations at the meeting: oral presentations and poster presentations. The number of oral presentations is limited. Authors wishing to present should submit an abstract using the online registration form described below. The abstracts deadline is February 12th, with notifications to authors by February 19th.
Space for attendees is limited to 130, so we encourage
interested contributors and students to register as soon as possible. Please
register (and submit abstracts) at this Website: https://illinois.edu/survey/Secure?id=8998944.
We look forward to seeing you at
Please feel free to contact Dr. Mike Lemke, Emiquon Field Station Director, at email@example.com with any questions.