04 February 2010

ANPC: Call for articles for Australasian Plant Conservation Vol. 18 (4) Theme: Wetlands and Plant Conservation

We are seeking articles for the March–May 2010 issue of Australasian Plant Conservation (APC), the bulletin of the Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC). The March–May 2010 issue will be on the theme Wetlands and Plant Conservation.

If you or your organization is involved in wetlands work that includes some aspect of conserving native vegetation or plant species, why not write an article for the issue? Relevant wetland activities could include (but are not confined to) planning, on-ground works (including rehabilitation or restoration), landscaping, conservation of threatened plant species or threatened ecological communities, maintaining ecosystem processes, plant-animal interactions etc. Wetlands can include those that are ephemeral, permanent wetlands, and (re)constructed wetlands. We are particularly interested in hearing about challenges you may have faced and/or overcome, outcomes achieved, adaptive management and lessons that may help others wanting to do similar work. Articles not on the wetlands theme are also very welcome.

Deadline for submissions for the March–May 2010 issue is 26 February 2010. Download the author guidelines from the ANPC website: http://www.anbg.gov.au/anpc/pdffiles/APCGuideContrib.pdf.

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