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The Third Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology
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« on: April 08, 2009, 05:19:53 AM »

The Deer Creek Center for Field Research and Education, the Siskiyou Field Institute and Southern Oregon University are pleased to announce the Third Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology: "Sustaining Biodiversity in a Changing Environment" May 28th May 30th, 2009 in Selma, Oregon. This conference will bring together scientists, resource managers and engaged citizens to discuss the scope and consequences of environmental change in the ecologically diverse Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion. The conference will include a broad spectrum of topics including, (1) forest ecology and management, (2) watersheds, rivers, and fish, (3) wildlife ecology, (4) endemic and sensitive species, (5) forest pathogens and invasive species, and (6) hidden diversity ("the small things that run the world").

"One of our main goals is to advance knowledge about environmental change," says Andrew Englehorn, Conference Coordinator. "The Siskiyous have long been known among ecologists as one of the most biologically diverse places in North America. The research presented at this event will bring science to the public, providing a forum to discuss the impacts of a changing environment in this bioregion."

Dr. Susan Harrison, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, University of California, Davis will deliver the keynote address entitled "Revisiting Robert Whittaker: Botanical Responses to Climate Change in the Klamath-Siskiyous.

For further information, please contact Andrew Englehorn at the Siskiyou Field Institute (andrew@thesfi.org; 541-597-8530) or visit us on the website at www.thesfi.org for updates and registration information.
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