Human Dimensions Conference

Pathways to Success Conference & Training: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fisheries and Wildlife Management

Early Registration Deadline – August 6th

On or Before August 6, 2012 – $335 US

After August 6, 2012 – $435 US

Breckenridge, Colorado

Beaver Run Resort

September 24-27, 2012

Visit our website at www.hdfwconference.org to learn more.

Keynote speaker: Gary Machlis, Chief Science Advisor, NPS

Conference Themes:

Biodiversity and Coupled Social-Ecological Systems
Fish and Wildlife Governance
The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation
Enduring Issues in HDFW
Improving HDFW Science
Increasing HDFW Capacity
Working with the Public
Implications of Global Change
Human Wildlife Conflict
Wildlife in an Ecosystem Services Paradigm
Discourses about Wildlife
Demographics and Fish and Wildlife Policy

Mike Manfredo

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Jerry Vaske

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

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Dan Decker

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Professor, Natural Resources

Director, Human Dimensions Research Unit

Cornell University

Esther Duke

Coordinator, Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management Conference

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University


Human Dimensions Conference Call for abstracts

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Don’t Forget to Submit and Abstract

Abstract and Organized Session Proposal Deadline: May 1, 2012

Pathways to Success Conference & Training:

Integrating Human Dimensions into Fisheries and Wildlife Management

Breckenridge, Colorado

Beaver Run Resort

September 24-27, 2012

Visit our website at www.hdfwconference.org to learn more.

Keynote speaker: Gary Machlis, Chief Science Advisor, NPS

Conference Themes:

Biodiversity and Coupled Social-Ecological Systems
Fish and Wildlife Governance
The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation
Enduring Issues in HDFW
Improving HDFW Science
Increasing HDFW Capacity
Working with the Public
Implications of Global Change
Human Wildlife Conflict
Wildlife in an Ecosystem Services Paradigm
Discourses about Wildlife
Demographics and Fish and Wildlife Policy

Mike Manfredo

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

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Jerry Vaske

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Dan Decker

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Professor, Natural Resources

Director, Human Dimensions Research Unit

Cornell University

Esther Duke

Coordinator, Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management Conference

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

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Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management

Breckenridge, Colorado

Beaver Run Resort

September 24-27, 2012

Visit our website at www.hdfwconference.org to learn more.

Keynote speaker: Gary Machlis, Chief Science Advisor, NPS

Abstract and Proposal Deadline: May 1, 2012

Conference Themes:

Biodiversity and Coupled Social-Ecological Systems
Fish and Wildlife Governance
The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation
Enduring Issues in HDFW
Improving HDFW Science
Increasing HDFW Capacity
Working with the Public
Implications of Global Change
Human Wildlife Conflict
Wildlife in an Ecosystem Services Paradigm
Discourses about Wildlife
Demographics and Fish and Wildlife Policy

Mike Manfredo

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Jerry Vaske

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

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Dan Decker

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Professor, Natural Resources

Director, Human Dimensions Research Unit

Cornell University

Esther Duke

Coordinator, Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management Conference

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Esther Duke

Coordinator of Special Projects and Programs

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

Colorado State University

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Pathways to Success Conference & Training: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management Call for Abstracts – 2012 Human Dimensions Conference

You are invited to submit an Abstract or an Organized Session Proposal for

Pathways to Success Conference & Training:

Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management

Breckenridge, Colorado

Beaver Run Resort

September 24-27, 2012

Visit our website at www.hdfwconference.org to learn more.

Proposal Deadline: May 1, 2012

Biodiversity and Coupled Social-Ecological Systems
Fish and Wildlife Governance
The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation
Enduring Issues in HDFW
Improving HDFW Science
Increasing HDFW Capacity
Working with the Public
Implications of Global Change
Human Wildlife Conflict
Wildlife in an Ecosystem Services Paradigm
Discourses about Wildlife
Demographics and Fish and Wildlife Policy

Opportunities for Participation

Attendees are encouraged to submit Symposia proposals (for organized sessions) and/or Key Finding abstracts (for oral presentations). Proposals for presentations and symposia should focus on the overall Conference Themes. Please adhere to the guidelines when preparing your submission.

I. Key Findings Presentations are intended to provide a synopsis of important findings from your work and should focus on key findings and conclusions. Managerial case studies are welcome. Key Findings Presentations will be limited to a 15-minute presentation per person with additional time for questions from the audience. Time limits will be strictly enforced. We strongly recommend no more than 20 PowerPoint slides per presentation. Presenters are encouraged to bring more in-depth papers to pass out at the conference as a follow-up to their presentation. Abstracts from the Key Findings Presentations will be published on the conference CD. All oral presentations are limited to Microsoft PowerPoint only; no other formats will be accepted.

II. Symposia offer the opportunities for attendees to organize a series of presentations related to any of the conference themes. Oral symposia will be comprised of 4-6 paper presentations with a suggested time limit of 15 minutes per speaker. Roundtable, panel discussions and other formats are also welcome. Speakers are scheduled according to the organizer’s preferences. Symposia are scheduled to run concurrently with other conference sessions.

To find Abstract Submission Guidelines click on the “Guidelines” tab on the menu.

Mike Manfredo

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Jerry Vaske

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

Dan Decker

Conference Co-Chair, Pathways to Success Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management

Professor, Natural Resources

Director, Human Dimensions Research Unit

Cornell University

Esther Duke

Coordinator, Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimension into Fish and Wildlife Management Conference

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department

Colorado State University

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