International Symposium on Society & Resource Management

Registration Now Open

International Symposium on Society & Resource Management

Estes Park, Colorado, USA

June 4-8, 2013

A Time for Integration

Registration is available by clicking here.

Important Note: The non-members MUST purchase a one-year membership to the International Association for Society and Natural Resources (IASNR) prior to registering for this conference. Our registration staff will check and confirm all IASNR memberships. Your conference registration will not be valid without an up to date IASNR membership. IASNR membership includes 12 issues of the journal Society and Natural Resources. Students have an option to choose not to receive the journal (-$25).To join the IASNR prior to registration, visit the IASNR website.)

All prices are in $USD

On or Before
April16, 2013
After April 16, 2013
Professional Members: $340 $395
Student Members: $200 $235

symposium registration fee includes:

· Attendance at all concurrent sessions

· Attendance at plenary sessions

· Refreshments at all breaks

· ISSRM 2013 program guide

· IASNR business meeting

· Welcome Reception

· Poster Session Reception

· Closing Banquet

· Pre-conference Student Forum (students only)

Registration Fees for IASNR Members (2013 year)

Accompanying Persons

Individuals who wish to bring a guest may register the guest for a fee of $110 USD. Guests are welcome to attend the Welcome Reception, Poster Reception and closing banquet.

Refund Policy

Cancellations made before April 16, 2013 will be refunded, less a $50 US processing fee. Cancellations made after April 16, 2013 will not be refunded. Note that IASNR memberships are not refundable .

Esther Duke, MSc.

2013 ISSRM Conference Coordinator
19th International Symposium on Society & Resource Management
Estes Park, Colorado, USA

By Recreation Law          Rec-law@recreation-law.com   James H. Moss                  Jim Moss


19th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management

19th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management

Hosted by Colorado State University

Location: Estes Park, Colorado

June 4 – 8, 2013

Theme: A Time for Integration

The lack of integration among the sciences is a major constraint to dealing with the complex nature of today’s environmental problems and is a particularly severe problem among the social sciences.

Keynote Speaker:

English: Rajendra K. Pachauri, Chairman, Inter...

English: Rajendra K. Pachauri, Chairman, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, Chairman, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Visit our website at http://www.issrm2013.iasnr.org to learn more.

Abstract and Organized Session Deadline: February 10, 2013

(Our submission system opens next month)

Early Registration Deadline: April 16, 2013

Mike Manfredo

Conference Co-Chair

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Jerry Vaske

Conference Co-Chair

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Esther Duke

Conference Coordinator

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

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field work beginning in November. These positions are intermittent, meaning that there is no guarantee of work and no set work schedule. Intermittent employees are eligible to work up to 1039 hours in a calendar year, with extra paid training hours available as necessary. There is no housing, travel money, or insurance available. However, intermittent employees can receive overtime pay. While Grand Canyon is not guaranteeing any work, intermittent employees do not have to be available for every trip. This type of position is excellent for someone with a (flexible) job or someone that has other seasonal work and may be interested in working in the field when trips are available. These positions can be maintained for years to come.

For more information about the position, and for information about how to apply, please click the following link: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/322954400

There will be a lot of backcountry field work with the fisheries program this fall and winter, and other programs within Grand Canyon National Park‘s Science and Resource Management Division have project needs as well. We are especially interested in people with general science and backcountry experience. Please distribute this to anyone that think may be interested. Again, the position is open on USA Jobs from August 13-24.

Thank you,
Emily