2016 Rare Plant Conference Call for Papers

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2016 Rare Plant Conference Call for Papers

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Idaho Rare Plant Conference
Boise, Idaho
February 10 - 11, 2016

This is a request for presentations and posters for the Rare Plant Conference. Student papers and posters are especially encouraged.
Abstracts and associated information must be submitted by 19 January 2016 to Beth Colket (beth.colket@powereng.com). Authors will be notified about the selection of their presentation by 26 January 2016.

For those interested in presenting during the “To The Point” session (10 minute presentations), you need only submit your name, contact information, presentation title, and a brief presentation description (2-3 sentences). The “To The Point” presentations are good opportunities to update colleagues on interesting observations that could lead to future research or projects you are initiating, have in progress, or have preliminary results for.
All other presenters please see instructions below.


Abstract submission form: Please submit the below information as a word document (use Microsoft Word 2000 or later version) to beth.colket@powereng.com
1) Background information
Mailing Address:
City, State, Zip:

Please rank/indicate two topics that would best fit the topic of your paper.

Session topic
Plant ecology
Pollinator ecology
Survey methods
Monitoring methods
Taxonomic issues
Management directives
Landscape ecology
New species
Population dynamics
Other: ________

Preferred presentation type:
Oral presentation _______________
Poster _______________

Student presenter? Yes No

• Presentations will be 20 minutes in length, including an introduction of the presenter and time for questions.
• Posters will be limited to a 4x8 display board.

2) Biographical sketch (2-3 sentences to be used by session chairs in their introductions):

3) Abstract.

Please follow the abstract format for a peer-reviewed journal, such as Northwest Science or Western North American Naturalist. Abstracts not meeting this format will be returned for editing and re-submission.

• Please use Times New Roman 11 point font
• The title should be capitalized and in bold font
• Capitalize the name of the presenting author
• Student presenters should put an * at the end of their name
• Include affiliation and location information (city, state, and zip code)
• Include a single space between the title block and the abstract
• The abstract should be no longer than 300 words

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