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Abstract Submission

We would like to see people from all areas contributing - scientists, wildlife managers, farmers and carers covering all three species, so we get as many perspectives as possible. Our session themes are listed below and we request that you nominate which theme your research falls under. If the themes are not directly applicable to your focus, you can nominate 'other'.

Session themes:

  • Demographics and Reproduction
  • Health and Disease
  • Evolution and Genetics
  • Behaviour and Ecology
  • Remote Sensing
  • Human-Wildlife Conflict

There are several presentation options to choose from. Within each session, there will be two oral presentation types - 15 minute time slots and 6 minute speed talks. There will also be a poster display in the lunch venue for attendees to view in between sessions - a great way to share research and generate discussion.

Abstract submission form

Please complete the form below to register your interest in presenting at the conference before 20 AugustPlease note, this does not constitute registration to the conference - this needs to be done in addition to submitting an abstract. See Registration for information on tickets.

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Please indicate if you/all presentation authors give permission for the presentation to be included in the booklet of abstracts that will be published on the conference website.

20th Anniversary
Wombat Conference
 
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