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Description Tentative Program International Conference on Ecology and Ecosystems September 18-20, 2017 Toronto,Canada Theme: Cutting Edge difficulties strategy for Ecology and Ecosystems ***For
Transcript Tentative Program International Conference on Ecology and Ecosystems September 18-20, 2017 Toronto,Canada Theme: Cutting Edge difficulties strategy for Ecology and Ecosystems ***For available speaker slots*** Tentative Program International Conference on Ecology and Ecosystems Program at a Glance Day 1 Reception/Registration Morning Sessions Least of 3 Keynote/Plenary Talks Time General Session Inaugural Address Slot Available Slot Available Slot Available Panel Discussions/Group Photo 10:30-10:45 Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Day 1 Evening Sessions Lunch Break Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Workshop Morning Sessions Evening Sessions Morning Sessions Day 2 Time Session 1 Session 2 Speakers (20 Mins Each) Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Lunch Break Poster Sessions Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Day 3 Time Session 1 Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Day 2 Day 3 Evening Sessions Lunch Break Awards & Closing Ceremony For detailed sessions & sub-sessions, kindly visit: Submit your Abstract Online: Register Online: NOTE: Glimpses Major Scientific Sessions Biodiversity Conservation and Management Acquatic ecology Animal ecology Ecosystems ecology Forest ecology Evolutionary Ecology Marine ecology Coastal Ecology Chemical Ecology Population Ecology Community and Ecosystem Dynamics Evolution and Natural Selection in Ecosystems Natural Ecosystem Change Cultural Ecology Human Ecology Best Poster Award You will be given about 5-7 minutes to present your poster including questions and answers. Judges may pose questions during the evaluation of the poster Judges will even evaluate the student s enthusiasm towards their study, interest and knowledge in the area of their research The winners will be announced at the closing ceremony of the conference. The decision of the winner will be withdrawn if the winner/winners is/are not present at the time of announcement Apart from the judging time you may also be present at the poster to share your research with interested delegates Young Researchers Forum Present your research through oral presentations Learn about career development and the latest research tools and technologies in your field This forum will give pertinent and timely information to those who conduct research and those who use and benefit from research Develop a foundation for collaboration among young researchers The forum will provide an opportunity for collegial interaction with other young investigators and established senior investigators across the globe Interact and share ideas with both peers and mentors General Queries About Toronto Toronto is the biggest city in Canada and the common capital of Ontario With a populace of 2,731,571, it is the fourth-biggest city in North America after Mexico City, New York City, and Los Angeles. Toronto is the focal point of the Greater Toronto Area the most crowded metropolitan territory in Canada and grapples the Golden Horseshoe, a vigorously urbanized district that is home to 8.7 million individuals, or around 26% of Canada s populace. A worldwide city Toronto is a universal focal point of business, back, expressions, and culture and generally perceived as a standout amongst the most multicultural and cosmopolitan urban areas on the planet. Native people groups have occupied the territory for a huge number of years, the southern end of an old trail driving north to Lake Simcoe and Lake Huron. Changeless European settlement of the zone goes back to 1787, when British authorities arranged the Toronto Purchase with the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. The British built up the Town of York, and later assigned it as the capital of Upper Canada. Amid the War of 1812, the town was the site of the Battle of York and endured substantial harm by U.S. troops. York was renamed and joined as the City of Toronto in 1834, and turned into the capital of the region of Ontario in 1867.The city has since extended past its unique fringes through amalgamation with encompassing districts at different circumstances in its history to its present territory of km 2. Tourist Attractions in Toronto, Canada
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