@mcmadlab on conference mission


It's that time of the year again, when few lonely people walk through empty hallways of the universities because most of their colleagues left to attend conferences all over the world in much warmer places. Our lab has lost about 50% of it's crew, mostly to beautiful Colombia, where the Society for Conservation Biology is hosting their biannual meeting: ICCB 2017 in Cartageña.

If you happen to find yourself at this conference, maybe you are interested to check out what our students and postdocs have to say

Chris O’Bryan will present on

Large carnivores can save money and lives in developing nation cities

Tuesday: 11:30-13:00, Barahona 2

Hernan Caceres is doubling up his research with a talk and a poster on

Stakeholders’ perspectives on species management, prioritising actions to preserve our biodiversity

Tuesday 10:30-11:30, Barahona 4 (talk)

Tuesday 17-18:00, Claustro de las animas (poster)

Matthew Holden is leading a symposium on wildlife crime bridging the gap between conservation science and criminology part II and will also present on

Innovation, a necessity to save the African elephant from illegal ivory trade

Wednesday 11:30-13:00, Sala 303

Sofia Lopez is co-leading a workshop with Diego Correa Gomez on

New frontiers in productive land management for conservation in tropical landscapes

Tuesday 13:30-14:30, Barahona 1

and she also will present a poster on

Using pollination services for spatial conservation prioritization in agricultural landscapes Wednesday 17:00-18:00

Sean Maxwell is giving a talk in the symposium successful scenario planning on

Scenario planning: a tool for conservation

Monday 10-11:30, Sala 301

#ICCB #conference #conservation #Colombia