Invited Interactive Sessions

The following proposals have been invited to participate in the 2022 NACCB Scientific Program.  This list is subject to change pending decisions of organizers, and we expect more sessions to be added after the second Call for Session Proposals closes. Visit the Interactive Sessions Page to learn more about this session type.

Session Title
Seeking input: How to use the Population, Health and Environment framework in North America– Organizer(s): Kelley Dennings, Center for Biological Diversity
Building a Better Fieldwork Future: Preventing Sexual Harassment and Assault in Fieldwork– Organizer(s): Melissa Cronin, UC Santa Cruz; May Roberts, UC Santa Cruz
Aquariums & Conservation: the state of fish and invertebrate conservation initiatives in North America, species reintroductions and where it’s going– Organizer(s): Ashley Kidd, Sunflower Star Lab
Conservation literacy as interwoven literacies: a sharing and learning session– Organizer(s): Martha Groom, University of Washington; Jessica Pratt, University of California, Irvine; Ana Porzecanski, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History
Species Distribution Models in Practice – A Modeler-Practitioner Roundtable– Organizer(s): Carlos Ramirez Reyes; Kristine Evans, Mississippi State University; Francisco J. Vilella, U.S. Geological Survey; Garrett M. Street, Mississippi State University
The Contributions of Spatial Phylogenetics to Conservation– Organizer(s): Israel Borokini, UC Berkeley
Carbon and Critters: Ensuring Natural Climate Solutions in Forests and Woodlands Account for Wildlife Habitat Needs– Organizer(s): Caitlin Littlefield, Conservation Science Partners
Beyond the Nature Center: Connecting People and Nature in the City – A Facilitated Discussion of Approaches and Opportunities– Organizer(s): Erika Hasle, Laura Milkert, Mario Longoni, Field Museum of Natural History; Lorena Lopez