Call for Papers and Registration
A joint event hosted by:
Northwest Scientific Association
82nd Annual Meeting,
Cascadia Prairie-Oak Partnership
Ecoregional Science Conference,
and Northwest Lichenologists
from Mount St. Helens to
Disturbances, Biological Legacies, and Conservation
It’s not too late to register:
NOTE: ALL REGISTRATIONS NOW $120 (students still $50)
Registration WITH MEETING OVERVIEW See this first! pdf w/ info; meeting overview showing schedule of sessions is at very end of document
The following two links are one-page versions for FAXing, emailing, or mailing (for postal address see above), .
Registration form only (for printing out) FAX to: BILLING OFFICE, 360-330-7501
Registration form, MS Word version Fill in via computer & email to: ppringle 'at' centralia.edu with NWSA in subject line (if wary about emailing credit info, you may call Pat Pringle to leave your info in voice mail 360-736-9391 x550; please speak slowly and distinctly if you do this, and leave call-back number)
PLEASE NOTE: this is a FRAGRANCE-FREE meeting. Out or respect to those with chemical sensitivities, please do not use scented products.
GEROULD WILHELM: <Bio for Gerould Wilhelm>
(Thursday evening, March 25)
GREGORY JOHN RETALLACK: <Bio for Gregory John Retallack>
NWSA-CPOP 2010 Meeting Web Site and Registration Link:
Join scientists from all over the Northwest, present your latest research and exchange ideas.
Abstracts for paper and poster presentations must be submitted by midnight, 28 February 2010.
Student participation encouraged
Please share this information with science students and colleagues who may not be members of NWSA!
* 30-Years of Research at
* Floristic Quality Assessment:
Opportunities for Application in the
* The Biological, Landscape, and Disturbance Legacies of Railroad Logging: 50 to 130 Years of Post-Disturbance Recovery.
Technical Sessions for Contributed Papers/Posters
People-Plant Interactions On Prairie-Oak Woodland landscapes through time
Ecology and Management of Pacific Northwest
Prescribed fire Invasive species control Native plant materials production
Rare species reintroductions Climate change Prairie-oak wildlife
Geology Paleontology Quaternary geologic and environmental history
Cretaceous and Eocene Tectonics and Magmatism,
changes and geologic hazards of the
To be announced
Field Trips: Details of all field trips (scroll to the bottom of this link)
More details on the meeting will be posted soon at this website