IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SUBMITTING AN ABSTRACT FOR NCER 2013:
While the abstract submission deadline has passed, to afford as many people as possible an opportunity to participate, the online abstract submission form will remain active. After the program agenda is confirmed, all further submissions will only be accepted as poster presentations.
Posters are divided into two sessions, and a Poster Session & Networking Reception is held for each grouping. All early morning, mid-day and afternoon breaks are also held in the poster hall, providing an abundance of time for attendees to view posters and have one-on-one interaction with the presenter. Giving a poster is a great opportunity to network, share lessons learned and make new and valuable connections with your colleagues.
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NCER - The National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration
is an interdisciplinary conference on large scale
ecosystem restoration presenting state-of-the art
science and engineering, planning and policy in a
The first NCER, held in Orlando, FL (2004) with over 900
restoration practitioners participating, lead to
successful conferences in Kansas City, MO (2007), Los
Angeles, CA (2009) and Baltimore, MD (2011). NCER brings together nearly 1,000
scientists, engineers, policy makers, planners, and
partners from across the country actively involved in
Initiated by the University of Florida, U.S. Geological
Survey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and USDA’s Natural
Resources Conservation Service, NCER typically entails
five days of presentations in six program tracks,
multiple workshops, poster sessions, field trips and
coffee-house discussions dedicated to both small and
large scale ecosystem restoration programs including but
not limited to the Missouri and Mississippi River
Basins, the Louisiana Coastal Area, Columbia River, the
Everglades, the San Francisco Bay/Delta, the Chesapeake
Bay, Great Lakes and Puget Sound, just to name a few.