The theme for BNHC 2018, Pathways to Conservation, emphasizes the need to align the multidisciplinary approach with diverse sectors together to ensure successful conservation success of natural resources in The Bahamas. It is known that conservation achievement cannot happen through the advancement of science alone, and likewise, policy change cannot be embraced without public support. It is the integration of these different and complex components that are the Pathways to Conservation Success.
CONFERENCE THEME FOR 2018
Overall theme: Pathways to Conservation
- Environmental Matters: Includes all natural history research, including species, habitats, geology, and geography.
- Changing Climates: Research or policy that focuses on climate change from mitigation to climate science.
- The Human Element: Research that includes social sciences, education, and outreach.
- Managing Natural History: Research, policy, or innovations of natural resource management.
|Open||Deadline||Notification of Acceptance||Notification of Session Scheduling|
|Abstracts (Oral and Posters)||November 1, 2017||December 22, 2017||January 5, 2018||February 16, 2018|
|Meetings and Workshops RFP||November 17, 2017||December 22, 2017||January 5, 2018||February 16, 2018|
|Presenter Online Registration||November 17, 2017||January 26, 2018|
|Fieldtrip Bookings||November 17, 2017||March 9, 2018|