Call for Sessions
We invite researchers to propose a scientific session for IAGLR's 56th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. The meeting will be held June 2-6, 2013, in West Lafayette, Indiana on the campus of Purdue University.
While proposals for scientific sessions on any topic related to Great Lakes research are welcome, we especially encourage proposals related to the theme of the 56th Annual Conference, Great Lakes Restoration and Resiliency.
- Restoration in the Face of Climate Change
- Physical Processes in Large Lakes
- Science Policy - Linkages and Governance
- Watershed Contributions to Large Lakes
- Wetlands and Their Contribution to Resiliency
- Fish, Invertebrate and Wildlife Ecology
- Great Lakes Education
- Impacts and Management of Emerging Contaminants
- Social Science in the Management of Large Lake Ecosystems
- Coastal Processes
- Prediction and Early Detection of Invasive Species
- Fisheries Impacts in Large Lakes
- Land-use Impacts on Large Lake Ecosystems
- Energy Generation in Large Lakes
Session proposals are due Friday, November 2, 2012.
The Program Committee will review all proposed sessions and session chairs will be notified and provided with instructions for organizing their sessions in early November. The general Call for Papers will follow. For more details on being a session chair please check the IAGLR conference website.
All speakers including session organizers must pay registration fees.
Interested in Organizing a Session?
Submit your idea via the Session Proposal Form. You'll be asked to provide the following information:
- title of the proposed session
- brief description (2-3 sentences) of the session focus
- estimated number of contributors
- names and contact information (address, telephone, fax and e-mail address) of the individual(s) willing to serve as session chair(s)
Submission via the website is required for all potential session organizers.
Download Call for Sessions