Monday, June 26, 2006

Blogging the Conservation Biology Conference - Updates to Continue

Today and tomorrow, I'll be blogging on a diverse range of topics from the annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology in San Jose, CA. The meeting is particularly interesting this year (for me at least) because it includes a mixture of biological and social science, with intriguing symposium and workshop titles like "Conservation Psychology", "Environmental Sociology", "New Market-Based Strategies for Conservation", and "Conservation Tools and Tips from Psychology". Of course I'll also be attending the usual slew of conservation biology and management talks, especially those with practical implications, such as "Conservation of Private Land", and "Environmental Politics and Planning", and "Land Use Planning". As usual, I'll be seeking to learn of ways that scientists and management specialists are finding value in emerging conservation solutions.

Stay tuned for short tidbits and longer reports...

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