Annual Meetings of US-IALE and Related Associations
US-IALE Meeting Site Selection Committee
Helene Wagner, Chair
We are actively seeking proposals from those interested in organizing meetings. Contact Helene<dot>Wagner<at>utoronto<dot>ca
Upcoming Annual US-IALE Meetings
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The US-IALE 2016 Annual Meeting will be held April 3-7, 2016 at the Asheville Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina.
Submissions of symposia and workshop proposals are now being accepted! Due: 10/16/2015
To review the preliminary conference details and to submit a symposia or workshop proposal online, visit the conference website: www.usiale.org/asheville2016.
Join other landscape ecology practitioners, professionals and students at the 2016 US-IALE Meeting. The theme of the meeting will simply be “Landscape Change.” With this simple zen-like theme, we strive to capture the defining characteristic and the inherent nature of our modern world in the Anthropocene epoch. Program highlights will include plenary sessions with featured speakers, symposia and contributed papers, in-depth workshops on key topics, field trips, and networking events!
Hosted by: the Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center and the Southern Research Station of the USDA Forest Service.
Local Organizers: William W. Hargrove, Ph.D., Research Ecologist; Danny C. Lee, Ph.D., Center Director; Steven P Norman, Ph.D., Research Ecologist; and Kurt Riitters, Ph.D., Research Ecologist & Team Leader; USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station
Venue: The host hotel, the Asheville Renaissance Hotel, is one of the most centrally located Asheville, NC hotels and is just minutes away from Biltmore Estate and the Blue Ridge Parkway. www.renaissanceasheville.com
(photo credit: baltimore.org)
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Matthew Baker – Local Host. Matt is an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Todd Lookingbill -- Program Chair. Todd is an Associate Professor at the University of Richmond.
Lodging: The Hyatt Regency on the Inner Harbor.
Field Trips: Baltimore has ready access to well known scenic sites and we foresee many exciting and informative field trips. Some examples: Trips to Tangier Island and Chesapeake Bay marshes, sailing with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, a tour of the BES LTER and UMBC’s Green Prisons Initiative sites in West Baltimore, a visit to the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, or a tour of NASA-Goddard. Shorter excursions to visit the National Aquarium, the Baltimore Zoo, Fort McHenry, Federal Hill, Patterson Park, or an Orioles game at Camden Yards among others.
Recent Annual Meetings of US-IALE
IALE World Congress
THANK YOU FOR JOINING US! The 9th IALE World Congress was held in Portland, Oregon, USA July 5-10, 2015. Thank you to all who participated.
The 2015 World Congress was a joint meeting between the International Association of Landscape Ecology World Congress (WC) and the U.S. Chapter of IALE (US-IALE).
Program information and presentation abstracts from the 9th IALE World Congress are available through the meeting website: http://www.ialeworldcongress.org.