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Annual Research Seminar

26th November 2016

Click here for this year's programme.

For over 30 years Slapton Ley Nature Reserve and Field Centre have hosted an annual research seminar to provide a platform for a wide variety of research interests linked to this area. The research seminar aims to engage academics, the local community, FSC staff, partners, stakeholders and members with current research issues, and to connect Slapton with wider regional and national research issues and communities.

Last years programme can be viewed here. We hope to expand the range of presentations this year, to continue with the ecological and educational strands of research as well as comments and updates from the local area.

Call for Presentations

Slapton Ley Field Centre and Nature Reserve hereby invites proposals for 10 or 20 minute presentations from people of diverse backgrounds; including all levels of academia, amateur naturalists, citizen science and practitioner enquiry on a wide range of topics relevant to Slapton, spanning the natural and social sciences, including education.

 Abstracts of a maximum of 200 words should be submitted by the 31st August 2016 to:

[email protected]

Registration

There is no charge for the event and lunch will be provided. Accommodation can be arranged for those travelling from further away by request.

A station pick up will depart Totnes train station at 9:05am and return for 4:30pm – please inform us on registration if you will require this service.

Presentations will begin at 9:30am prompt and will end at 4pm.

If you would like to attend, please email: [email protected]


 

Find out more about previous Research Seminars:

Research Seminar 2015/2016

Research Seminar 2014/2015

Research Seminar 2013/2014

Research Seminar 2012/2013

Research Seminar 2011/2012

Research Seminar 2010/2011