13th Annual Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium

Saturday, February 12th, 2011 International House, UC Berkeley



           This student-organized symposium creates a forum in which to share and discuss recent scientific findings and policy issues in conservation biology.

           Although the primary purpose of this symposium is to showcase graduate student research, we welcome participants from all backgrounds. Our theme of “Conservation in the Matrix: Social and Ecological Implications of Conserving Beyond Protected Areas” is particularly relevant to people working in all facets of conservation.

           This an excellent opportunity for Bay Area students and faculty, as well as those working for government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private consulting firms to meet and exchange ideas. 

           For question or comments, please email us at: Berkeley.scb@gmail.com.


Thanks for your interest!

Berkeley BACBS Planning Committee


This event is co-sponsored by the Berkeley Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology, the Berkeley Institute of Environment Diversified Farming Systems Working Group, and the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management at UC Berkeley.