University of Bologna – 3-4 February 2020
The rapidly growing field of Conservation Paleobiology is using fossil and historical records to provide valuable context and guidance to conservation of life on Earth. This symposium will bring students and researchers together to provide an informal venue for lively talks and a chance to meet old and new colleagues. Jeremy Jackson will open the symposium. He is Emeritus Scientist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute with a distinguished and celebrated career of ground-breaking research in marine ecology, paleobiology and conservation.
The symposium is free to all. Lunch and coffee/tea and snacks will be provided free of charge.
Travel grants: the deadline for Travel Grant applications is December 6th, 2019.
All attendees must register, info: https://spark.adobe.com/page/Ffnuc5r9hxepo/