Call for Abstracts
International Grouse Symposium 2018
Logan, Utah, United States
Thank you all for submitting Oral and Poster abstracts. These presentations and posters will be given and displayed during the week of the 14th International Grouse Symposium September 24-30, 2018. If you are the presenter of the abstract please follow the below instructions to let the committee know you will be attending:
ORAL AND POSTER PRESENTERS
PLEASE CONFIRM YOU WILL BE PRESENTING - Deadline: MAY 16, 2018
- Click on the 'Presenter Login' link below
- Login into the account you created when you submitted your abstract. You will need your log in credentials. (Email and password used to create your account)
- Under Speaker Tasks - Click on 'Confirm your presentation' (This is for both oral and poster presentations)
- Under Speaker Acceptance Confirmation Heading you will see your presentation - Check the box and Click 'I Agree'
If you have questions please contact Robbie Gerber (firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-797-0860)
Abstracts may be submitted in the following categories:
Oral presentations will be scheduled for 15 minutes which includes 10 minutes for the presentation and five minutes for questions.
Posters will be displayed during one of several poster sessions during the symposium. Authors will need to bring a printed version of their poster to display at the symposium. Authors will need to be present during the poster session they are assigned to so that they may interact with symposium participants.
Authors may contribute more than one abstract. However, if space limitations require, authors with multiple submissions may be asked to choose their highest priority abstract. Further, if space limitations require, we may ask oral presentation abstracts to consider presentation as a poster. An effort will be made to select abstracts that represent a diversity of grouse species, topics, and regions of the world.
Authors should provide a suggested topic from the following list but are not limited to:
This list will help us place similar presentations in specific sessions. Presentations that do not fit into one of the listed topics above are also desired and will be grouped as space allows.