Registrations are now open. Early bird registrations close
9 August 2014.
Abstract submission for contributed oral and
poster presentations date has now closed.
Reviewing is in progress.
The deadline for extended abstract submission Friday
25 July 2014.
Speakers must register by 9 August
2014 to be included in the program.
Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia
(SERA) meetings aim to provide an essential international forum
for scientists and practitioners who look to restoration as a means
to conserve the planet's dwindling biodiversity and failing ecosystems.
These meetings provide a critical platform to assist us in defining
the principles of restoration, understanding goals and milestones,
debating what ecosystem functions to measure and closing the gap
between the science of restoration ecology and the practice of ecological
Dates: 17-21 November 2014
Location: Nouméa, Complexe Nouvata Parc, New Caledonia
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Goal of the conference in New Caledonia
This conference aims to bring together land managers, scientists
and practitioners who work in biodiversity restoration at a time
of significance for the region's species, ecosystems and landscapes
with a focus on restoration of degraded sites, in particular in
Topics that are relevant, of high focus and contemporary in Australasia,
will also be highlighted during the conference program. Papers will
be sought from both researchers and practitioners engaged in restoration
After the success of the first SERA conference
held in 2012 in Perth, Western Australia, New Caledonia is hosting
the SERA conference in 2014 "From Large to Small Islands". We are
proud to host this meeting and look forward to welcoming you!
An eco-responsible event
Several actions will be put in place to reduce the environmental
impacts of this event such as carbon offset, recyclable items…
Institut Agronomique néo-Calédonien (New Caledonian Agronomic
Created in 1999, the IAC is a finalized Research Institute which
accompanies the development of New Caledonia in the areas of sustainable
agriculture, the preservation of the environment and the maintenance
of rural populations. It developed several research programs in
relation with IRD (http://www.nouvelle-caledonie.ird.fr/)
and University of New Caledonia (http://www.univ-nc.nc).
learn more: http://www.iac.nc
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Thank you to our SERA conference 2014 partners:
Thank you also to our SERA foundation partners: