2018 AWMS Annual Conference

4 - 6 December 2018, Hobart, TAS, Australia

Important dates:
Registration opens: 1 June 2018
Call for abstracts opens: 1 June 2018
Call for abstracts closes: 31 August 2018
Earlybird registration closes: 30 September 2018

 


 

AWMS2017 Sponsors:

Elsevier - Food Webs Journal

 

2017 Conference Registration fees
All registration fees are in Australian Dollars ($AUD) 

  Early Bird fees
(before 1 October 2017)
Standard fees
(from 1 October 2017)
AWMS Member $560 $660
Non-Member $650 $750
AWMS Member Concession $490 $590
Non-Member Concession $560 $660
Day registrations start from: $280 $350

FULL Conference REGISTRATION INCLUDES:

  • Attendance at all conference sessions
  • Poster session (Tuesday 05 Dec. 2017)
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea on conference days (Tuesday 05 Dec. to Thursday 07 Dec.)
  • Conference materials
  • Attendance to the conference dinner (Wednesday 06 Dec. 2017)

DAY REGISTRATION INCLUDES:

  • Attendance at all conference sessions for the day of registration
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for the day of registration
  • Conference materials

 


AWMS Awards Information
A number of awards are available to both students and practitioners of wildlife management. 
Students
AWMS strongly encourages student participation. A special symposia is held for students where they compete to win the prize for the best student presentation. A prize is also presented for the best poster. AWMS also provides subsidised assistance to students (on application) for conference attendance. The AWMS committee also decided that greater acknowledgement of student achievements was required and established the DW Cooper Student Thesis Award.

Practitioners
The Society has established a Practitioners Award for a field practitioner or practitioner group demonstrating best practice in scientific wildlife management in the Australasian region.

Indigenous people
Travel subsidies and registration for indigenous people will be considered (as per students) where indigenous delegates cannot get full support from their member organisation and where it is considered desirable for them to attend a specific symposium. If appropriate to their circumstances, free registration may be considered.

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