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Sunday, April 8
 

6th Floor Lobby

Honore Ballroom (Lobby Level)

Offsite - Meet at Conference Registration Desk

TBD


Monday, April 9
 

6th Floor Lobby

Adams Room

Grant Park Parlor

Hancock Parlor

LaSalle 1 (7th Floor)

LaSalle 2 (7th Floor)

LaSalle 5 (7th Floor)

Monroe Room

Multiple Locations

N/A

Offsite - Berghoff Restaurant

Offsite - Emerald Loop Bar & Grill

Spire Parlor

Water Tower Parlor

Wrigley Parlor


Tuesday, April 10
 

6th Floor Lobby

Adams Room

Empire Ballroom (Lobby Level)

Grant Park Parlor

Hancock Parlor

LaSalle 1 (7th Floor)

LaSalle 2 (7th Floor)

LaSalle 5 (7th Floor)

Mezzanine

Multiple Locations

N/A

Offsite

Offsite - Depart from Conference Registration Desk

Offsite - Depart from Wabash Street Entrance of Hotel

Spire Parlor

Water Tower Parlor

Wrigley Parlor


Wednesday, April 11
 

6th Floor Lobby

Adams Room

Grant Park Parlor

Hancock Parlor

LaSalle 1 (7th Floor)

LaSalle 2 (7th Floor)

LaSalle 5 (7th Floor)

Multiple Locations

N/A

Spire Parlor

Water Tower Parlor


Thursday, April 12
 

6th Floor Lobby

Offsite

Water Tower Parlor




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  • Land Special Issue: Citizen science and geospatial social data
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  • Posters
  • S01: Conservation and Collaboration within the Urban Matrix
  • S02: Telecoupling for Sustainable Development and Conservation
  • S03: Describing & Analyzing Landscape Patterns
  • S04: Behavioral Landscape Ecology
  • S05: Riparian Landscape Ecology
  • S06: Geospatial Citizen Science Initiatives
  • S07: Visualizing Ecosystem Futures - Live!
  • S08: Monitoring & Restoration of the Nation
  • S09: Challenges and Opportunities of Crowd-Sourced and Social Media Data
  • S10: Ecological and Social Perspectives on Urban Vacant Lots
  • S11: How Ecological and Social Influences on the Urban Landscape Affect Pollinator Habitat
  • S12: Long-Term Agro-ecological Research Network
  • S13: State-of-the-Art Techniques for Remote Sensing of Disturbed Landscapes
  • S14: Waterbird Habitat Modeling and Conservation
  • S15: Understanding and Promoting Resilience of Metropolitan-Region Forest Socio-Ecological Systems
  • S16: Geneticists Have Drosophila and Biomed Researchers Have Lab Rats
  • S17: Taking A Look Under the Hood of EPA
  • T01: Land Use/Land Cover Change
  • T02: Terrestrial-Aquatic Ecosystem Interactions
  • T03: People and Landscapes
  • T04: Insect & Disease Outbreaks
  • T05: Urban/Exurban Landscape Ecology
  • T06: Landscape Patterns & Process
  • T07: Insect Ecology
  • T08: Urban and Regional Planning
  • T09: Conservation and Restoration Planning
  • T10: Invasive Species
  • T11: Disturbance Legacies and Resilience
  • T12: Aquatic and Coastal and Marine Animals
  • T13: Belowground Processes
  • T14: Rarity and Biodiversity and Species Distribution
  • T15: Forest Landscape Processes
  • T16: Climate Change Effects and Adaptation
  • T17: Habitat Fragmentation/Connectivity
  • T18: Processes in Agricultural Landscapes
  • T19: Modelling Climate as Process Drivers
  • T20: Ecosystem Services
  • T21: Remote Sensing/Image Analysis
  • T22: Wildlife Management
  • T23: Tradeoffs in Energy Production