Call for Abstract Papers
Presentations and Posters are being solicited for the 13th North American Bird Strike Conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada 12 - 15 September 2011. We invite you to submit an abstract to deliver an oral or poster presentation at the Conference. Selection criteria focuses on the quality of work and/or research related to biological, engineering, management or policy issues related to wildlife hazards to aircraft and airports. Presentations should focus on mitigating the risk of wildlife strikes.
While we continue to welcome our regular presenters, those segments of the air industry affected or involved in wildlife strike issues that have not typically presented at previous Bird Strike Conferences are particularly encouraged to present. Topics that have not been previously presented will be given priority consideration.
All accepted presentation abstracts are published in the On-site Conference Program as well as being posted on the Association web-site (canadianbirdstrike.ca). A limited number of poster presentations will also be available for display during the Conference. Preliminary findings or works in progress should be submitted as poster presentations rather than oral presentations.DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS FOR THE PROGRAM CONFERENCE IS 01 JUNE 2011.
The Conference Program Committee will review abstracts and set program content accordingly.
Guidelines for Abstract Submissions
- All abstracts must be submitted electronically through the Conference Web-site
- Abstracts should not exceed 250 words
- Title not to exceed 14 words
- Abstracts to be submitted in English only
- There is no fee for submitting abstracts
- There is no limit to the number of abstracts you may submit
- Abstracts to be submitted in MS Word (.doc) or Open Office (.docx) file format.
Hints to preparing a good abstract...
- Concise and descriptive title
- Clearly identify the topic being presented and why
- Abstracts should summarize findings, not methods.
- Present drawn conclusion
- Where applicable be quantitative rather than qualitative and subjective.
Oral Presentation Guidelines
- Presentation time 20 minutes
- Question & Answer period 5 minutes
How to Submit Abstract
- Complete 'Abstract Submission Form' PDF. Click here for the form.
- Save abstract presentations in a MS Word (.doc) or Open Office (.docx) file format
- Presenters Last Name and then First Name (Example: Handcock_John.XXX)