Abstract submissions will remain open until further information is available regarding rescheduled dates.
The NSW Vertebrate Pest Management Symposium is the perfect opportunity to bring together people involved in pest animal management, research and policy to discuss what Is happening in pest management in New South Wales, and how we should move forward. This is a practitioner driven forum, bringing together government and non-government pest practitioners to participate in a range of pest related talks and discussions. It is proposed that the symposium will address the following themes:
- New technology
- Community engagement and behaviour change
- Incursion detection and management
- Established pests – impacts and management
- Peri-urban pest management• Case studies of real-world experiences
The 2018 Symposium program can be downloaded here, as a guideline to show what has been covered at the event in the past.
Please note that abstract submission is only available online. Abstracts must be submitted by the main presenting author of the paper.
If you are interested in submitting an abstract for consideration, please complete the following steps:
- Read the Guidelines and Policies for Submission of Abstracts.
- Download and read the Author Instructions.
- Save the Abstract Template to your computer, and use this to prepare your abstract.
- Write your abstract using the Microsoft Word template, adhering to the formatting guidelines outlined in the Author Instructions. Save your abstract on your computer, in an easy to find location. Please note that abstract titles should be a maximum of 12 words, and abstract text should be a maximum of 300 words.
- Ensure you have a short biography (max 50 words) for yourself as the main presenters.
- Email your abstract and bio to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please advise which theme you would like to submit your abstract under, and include your full contact details
If you experience any difficulties with the abstract submission process, or have any questions, please contact Jayne Hindle at East Coast Conferences by emailing email@example.com or by calling 0423 497 038.
If accepted, all presenting authors will need to register and pay to attend the conference, at least for the scheduled day of the presentation.