2013 ICCB Meeting Themes

All ICCB presentations are grouped into a set of general themes to help the Local Organizing Committee select an appropriate session for your presentation. You will be prompted to select three themes from the list below when you submit your abstract via the Abstract Management System.

Communications, outreach and education
Community-driven conservation
Citizen science /Public participation in science
Conservation genetics
Conservation medicine
Restoration Ecology
Environmental/Conservation economics
Conservation anthropology
Conservation geography
Conservation politics and policy
Conservation sociology
Evolution and conservation
Behavioral ecology and conservation
Conservation psychology
Traditional knowledge and conservation
Landscape conservation
Population dynamics
Social Science
Historical ecology and conservation
Environmental ethics and justice
Disturbance ecology
Desert conservation
Freshwater conservation
Conservation at the land-water interface
Urban area conservation
Disturbance ecology
Grassland conservation
Rangeland conservation
Marine conservation
Savanna conservation
Sustainable agriculture
Wetland conservation
Forest conservation
Polar conservation

Alien and invasive species
Climate change
Ocean acidification
Conservation in hotspots
Overexploitation of natural resources
Chemical pollution
Energy pollution (noise, light, thermal pollution etc)
Biological pollution (sewage, nutrients etc)
Plastics and debris pollution
Habitat degradation and fragmentation
Ecosystem functions and services
Human-wildlife conflict
Wildlife trade
Adaptive management and monitoring
Advocacy and engagement
Protected area planning and design
Conservation capacity building
Conservation GIS
Conservation on private lands
Ecological restoration and reconstruction
Ecosystem / conservation area management
Inventory and monitoring
Land use planning for conservation
Population viability analysis
Conservation modeling
Recovery of endangered species
Remote Sensing
Risk assessment and uncertainty
Scientists, stakeholders, and managers: bridging the gap
Spatial Ecology and Conservation
Use of traditional ecological knowledge in conservation design and planning