Presented by the Honey and Pollination Center and The California Pollinator Consortium.
You can choose to present either a poster or an oral presentations. The session organizers will select several contributed abstracts per session to be oral presentation. The remaining submissions will be offered poster presentations. You will be notified by May 10, 2019 whether your presentation was selected for an oral presentation.
Abstracts must be submitted via this website. Emailed abstracts will not be considered.
Please read the submission rules before submitting an abstract.
- The presenting author must be listed as the lead author.
- Abstracts are limited to 250 words.
- All abstracts should be submitted and presented in English with accurate grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication.
- All abstracts accepted for presentation will be published on the conference website prior to the conference.
- Each presenting author is limited to one abstract. All abstracts not selected for oral presentation will be considered for poster presentations.
- The abstracts of the conference will be published online and in the conference booklets.
- Abstracts may not be edited/updated after final submission.
- Submission to be related to the theme of the conference.
- Your abstract is not successfully submitted until you receive a confirmation e-mail after clicking the final submit button. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail, please contact Liz Luu, the conference coordinator.
Before you begin, please prepare your abstract in a word document using the abstract template. Doc or docx files only. Please use "your full name_abstract" as the file name.
Available sessions for oral presentation
Session 1: Novel quantitative approaches to pollinator ecology (7/18/19)
Session 2: Drivers of host-pathogen interactions (7/18/19)
Session 3: Climate change (7/19/19)
Session 4: Causes and consequences of pesticide use (7/19/19)
Session 5: Integrative approaches to improving bee health across landscapes (7/20/19)
Section 6: Urban Pollinators (7/20/19)
Poster size limit is 48 inches wide x 36 inches tall. Posters should be well-written and organized.
Abstract Deadline: Monday, April 22, 2019. Late submissions will be considered on a case-by-case basis, but will not be eligible for oral presentations.