Call for Abstract IALE 2019

Call for Abstract IALE 2019
Call for Abstract IALE 2019

Call for Abstract IALE 2019 


Dear Colleges,


We would like to remind you about the invitation to join our symposia in IALE 2019 World Congress July 1-5 2019; Milano, Italy


Submit your abstract to:

And choose our symposia entitled Biocultural Landscape Code: SYMP74.


Symposium Abstract

This symposium is designed to convene researchers and graduate students in landscape ecology, conservation biology, ecology, natural resource management and environmental education and communication, to stimulate fruitful discussions on the current trend of ecosystem service degradation of biocultural landscapes in the world. Current challenges, linked to the anthropic pressure or to climate change (as examples), will be discussed and papers can give insights in addressing such challenges. Emphasis will be on the exploration of the underlying ecological processes affected by anthropogenic activities that are driving ecosystem and landscape patterns in a given area. Research presented at this session may consider plant and animal species diversity, forests, shrub communities, grasslands and wetlands. These may involve field measurements, observation, experiments, modeling, and environmental education and communication within the context of the biocultural landscape in the era of the Anthropocene. The symposium will be a great venue to develop future cooperation among researchers and graduate students working on biocultural landscapes


Keywords: biocultural landscape, ecosystem disturbances, environmental education


Abstract submission deadline is extended 1 month

January 25th, 2019

February 25th, 2019



Please take this opportunity to submit your abstract in our SYMP74: Biocultural Landscape.

Share this information for those who are interested to join.


See you on July 1-5 2019 at Milano, Italy.



Symposia Organizers SYMP74

RL Kaswanto (IPB University, Indonesia)

Buot Inocencio Jr. (UP Los Banos, Philippines)

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