An exciting scientific program is being arranged by the Local Organizing Committee in consultation with our international and national colleagues. The program includes leading scientists from around the world, presenting keynote reviews covering theoretical and practical advances in the knowledge and understanding of the world’s ecosystems, and the prospects for global vegetation in the 22nd century.
The program will also offer our international colleagues a contemporary appreciation of the history and evolution of Australian ecosystems and biota, since Coffs Harbour is located amidst the many reserves comprising the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area.
A further feature of the scientific program will be specialist sessions focused on contemporary issues and advances in vegetation science and management, of great relevance to not only researchers, academics and students of vegetation science, but practitioners, administrators, extension agents, industry, business, farmers, miners, wildlife scientists and conservationists. Indeed, anyone interested in understanding, classifying, managing, conserving and restoring vegetation for human wellbeing, future generations, biodiversity or posterity.
Special session and workshop proposals deadline:
20 April 2023
IAVS travel grant applications and abstracts deadline:
20 April 2023
Abstract submission (excluding IAVS travel grant application submissions) deadline:
Extended to 30 June 2023
Notification to authors on abstract acceptance:
20 May 2023 (first round)
Travel grant decisions announced: 20 May 2023
Earlybird Registration Deadline: 15 June 2023