RCUK 2014, ZSL London Zoo, NW1 4RY - Saturday 6th December
Now in its 17th year, Reef Conservation UK has a fine tradition of bringing together research scientists, students, conservation practitioners, hobbyists and more from all over the UK, Europe, and further afield for this annual conference.
RCUK was inititated in response to a need to further communicate coral reef research and continues in this spirit with numerous successful collaborations resulting from the meetings. There is a growing need for coral conservation actions to become multi-disciplinary both in the types and breadth of research and application enacted. With this in mind, we heavily encourage those with relevant research in applied biological, ecological, socio-economic, education/public awareness and policy-based aspects of this issue to present their findings. The meeting provides an excellent stage for discussion, collaboration and information sharing.
Speakers at this year's conference will showcase a variety of initiatives focusing on: Fish Ecology, Reef Resilience, Molecular Tools on Reefs and Conservation Management.
Confimed Speakers Include:
Prof Alasdair Edwards, Prof of Coral Reef Ecology, Newcastle University, UK
Prof Jorg Wiedenmann, National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton
Prof Peter Mumby, Marine Spatial Ecology Lab, University of Queensland, Australia
Dr Melita Samoilys, Co-Director of CORDIO East Africa
Dr John Turner, School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, UK
Dr Kyle Morgan, University of Exeter, UK
Lesley King, LTS International
*RCUK is going paper free*
This year at RCUK we are aiming to hold a paper free conference, meaning a booklet of conference proceedings will not be printed and all use of paper will be limited. Both the conference proceedings and abstracts will be available online to download and a timetable of presentations will be available to view on the day.
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RCUK 2014 Registration
Online registration for RCUK has now closed.
Limited tickets at the standard price (£40) will be available on the day, to be paid by cash only. If you wish to attend and haven't yet registered please email notification to firstname.lastname@example.org and bring the correct cash on the day.
Tickets help to defer the costs on the day; coffee/tea, lunch and a free drinks reception following the conference in the London Zoo Aquarium.