30th Annual Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference

Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre

February 20th-22nd 2009

Hosted by the University of British Columbia Department of Zoology

With plenary address by Dr. Marjorie Wonham

Registration and abstract submission is now open! Deadline Jan 23, 2009

The Pacific Ecology & Evolution Conference (PEEC) is an annual conference on ecological and evolutionary research for graduate students from Western Canada and the United States. In addition to providing a formal forum for presenting current advances in ecological and evolutionary research, the PEEC also gives students an excellent opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with their peers.

We encourage graduate, post-doctoral, and advanced undergraduate researchers to join us and present oral presentations or posters on their research - or attend to learn more about current research being conducted in the region. Prizes for best talk and poster. Plus, a book auction!

Topics covered include, but are not limited to, community ecology, behavioural ecology, population biology, evolution, conservation, and molecular ecology. The Saturday night social will take the form of a dance, featuring local band the Broken Group.

The 30th annual PEEC is being hosted by the University of British Columbia. Questions and queries can be directed to the team at: PEEC2009@gmail.com

We gratefully acknowledge support of the following sponsors:

Website designed generously by the Department of Zoology Computing Unit at the University of British Columbia.