List of Symposia

Symposia are pre-approved selections of invited speakers, grouped into a session on a specific topic.

If you are submitting an abstract as part of a symposium, please select the appropriate title of your symposium from the dropdown list ''Are you invited to submit to a Symposium?'' on the Abstract Submission Page.

Please note that symposia are presented in the same language as their title.

 

List of pre-approved Symposia

 

SYM-01

Mapping Wetland Carbon Stocks I: From Measurements and Models to Maps

SYM-02

Bridging the knowledge gaps in temperate peatland swamps: past, present, and future.

SYM-03

Can-Peat: Canada's peatlands as nature-based solutions to climate change

SYM-04

Determining the success of restoration actions: best practices for monitoring

SYM-05

Emerging perspectives on the world’s largest regreening project: A 50-year retrospective

SYM-06

Fen restoration in North America: challenges and research gaps

SYM-07

Old Peat, New Voices: Frontiers in Global Peatland Research from Early Career Researchers

SYM-08

Planning restoration in urban, agricultural and boreal landscapes in order optimize ecosystem services and benefits to people

SYM-09

Plant Trait Approaches in Restoration Ecology

SYM-10

Plants as friends, foes, tools and kin: Indigenous perspectives on the ecological roles of plant species in restoration

SYM-11

Ponds and pools in wetlands: micro-habitats to restore

SYM-12

Projet pilote Phoslock® au lac Bromont: une santé restaurée

SYM-13

Restauration de cours d'eau / Des outils et réflexions vers une meilleure restauration

SYM-14

Restauration écologique des tourbières à sphaignes nord-américaines

SYM-15

Restoration Assessment and Monitoring for Seismic Line Recovery in Alberta’s Boreal Forest

SYM-16

Restoration of boreal peatlands in the in-situ oil sands regions in Alberta

SYM-17

Restoring peripheral resource regions in Québec: challenges and practices

SYM-18

Road decommissioning: Step back to limit our impacts

SYM-19

The design of biodiverse silvopastoral system thru applied nucleation: Restoration, livelihood and provision of multiple ecosystem services in a multifunctional landscapes

SYM-20

The environmental benefits of using biochar for ecological restoration

SYM-21

The fourth RE: REplacement of urban spaces with biodiverse ones

SYM-22

The intent and implementation of wetland offsetting in the mitigation hierarchy

SYM-23

Tidal wetland restoration: nature based solutions and blue carbon

SYM-24

Urban and Near-Urban Ecological Restoration: From Planning to Implementation

SYM-25

Urban soils : how can we increase knowledge and improve quality of substrates for urban green spaces?

SYM-26

Women in Ecosystem Restoration

SYM-27

Applied researchers top five list of practices that support the return of forests in industrially disturbed sites

SYM-28

Les initiatives de conservation et de restauration réalisées par la Ville de Québec et Agiro dans le bassin versant de la rivière St-Charles 

SYM-29

 IPS-ISHS Symposium