ISOECOL 2018 - ABSTRACTS & REGISTRATION
We are interested in receiving abstracts for oral and poster presentations from researchers working across the diverse breadth of isotope ecology. We have identified the following broad themes:
- Archaeology and Palaeoecology
- Biogeochemical cycles and global change
- Isotope ecology from individuals to communities
- Isoscapes and movement ecology
- Microbial isotope ecology
- New methods and models in isotope ecology
- Physiology and biochemistry
- Plant isotope ecology
- Soil isotope ecology
- Celebrating the contribution of Brian Fry to Isotope Ecology*.
*This special session will involve presentations highlighting how Brian Fry (who has recently retired) has influenced and driven the field of isotope ecology in recognition of his distinguished career.
NB: The official language of the meeting is English.
Traditionally, oral sessions at IsoEcol are single-session (run over four days). This is an excellent way to facilitate cross-disciplinary discussion, but it does mean that we will have limited space for oral presentations, and competition for oral slots will likely be considerable. We will also offer poster presentations, and authors can present multiple posters, or give both an oral and poster(s) presentation (if abstracts are accepted).
Abstracts (in English, 350 words max.) can be submitted here through our partner organisation 4ID, where you can also register and pay for the conference. The link will take you to their website, where you will be asked to provide your details (Name, affiliation, contact email and telephone, as well as dietary preferences).
Important statement regarding abstracts: We will use a double-blind reviewing system to assess and score abstracts. Briefly, this means that all identifying information (authors’ names & affiliation) will be stripped from abstracts prior to review. This is done to ensure that abstracts will be assessed solely on scientific interest, not on reputation/name/nationality/institution, so it is in your interest to take time to craft an informative and captivating abstract. The abstract submission system will remove information on the authors and their affiliations, but please do not include group or laboratory names in the abstract. Each abstract will be assessed by multiple reviewers both from the organising committee and from an international team of experts, using a common assessment scheme. We will contact you on 30 April 2018 with the decision on your abstract.
ISOECOL 2018 - Important dates
- 15 January 2017 — 1 March 2018: Abstract submission
- 15 January 2017: online registration opens
- 30 April 2018: Abstract decisions released
- 31 May 2018: End of early-bird registration
- 30 July — 3 August 2018: IsoEcol meeting
Registration Costs (Chilean pesos)
- Early Bird (before 31 May 2018) regular rate: $225 000
- Late (after 1 June 2018) regular rate: $300 000
- Early bird (before 31 May 2018) lower rate : $125 000
- Late (after 1 June 2018) lower rate: $160 000
Registration will open from 15 January 2018 and will be payable (in Chilean pesos CLP) online with credit card. See xe.com for approx. costs in your local currency. Please register here with our partner company 4ID.
Lower rate registration fee extends to student*, low-income economy** and unwaged*** delegates.
*Students enrolled on full/part-time degree course (undergraduate, postgraduate) – will need to provide 1. evidence of enrolment on course, 2. a letter of support from supervisor and 3. a letter of application. This letter should provide us with information on why attending the meeting is important for the student, what other funds have been applied for and how it fits with their present/future research plans. Please upload as part of the registration process in PDF format.
**Delegates from low- or lower-middle income countries (as defined by the World Bank: see list here).
***Proof of unwaged status required. Please upload in PDF format as part of the registration process.