We invite you to present your research, projects, or experience at the Yale ISTF Chapter’s 25th Annual Conference, entitled ‘Examining Tropical Changes: Resilience in the Context of Disturbance and Transgression’. Three major themes are disturbances, transgression, and resilience. We will be bringing together practitioners, academics, and forest users to explore the thought, experiences, and methods of reimagining responses to change in tropical forest landscapes. The 25th Annual Yale ISTF Conference will demand reflection on past lessons while envisioning the next 25 years of tropical forestry in a rapidly changing world.
Flash talks give attendees the chance to showcase their latest research and work as it relates to the redefining of disturbances, transgression, and resilience in tropical forest landscapes.
Flash Talk Details
Application Deadline: November 25, 2018
Conference Date: January 31st - February 2nd, 2019
Location: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Flash talk format: 10-minute presentation, 5-minutes for questions, Powerpoints preferred.