The Spatial Ecology and Telemetry Working Group provides an opportunity for TWS members to address issues of concern to the GIS community and to advance their own skills and understanding of GIS, remote sensing, and telemetry technologies. The Working Group functions as a clearinghouse of information and expertise in the area of GIS, remote sensing, and telemetry for The Wildlife Society Council, TWS sections and chapters, and individual TWS members. The Working Group includes, but is not limited to, GIS users, remote sensing specialists, cartographers, and landscape ecologists.
The Working Group will be hosting a Special Poster Session on GIS in Wildlife Ecology at The Wildlife Society’s 27th Annual Conference in Louisville, Kentucky September 27 – October 1, 2020. Have you been working on a project that demonstrates clever, innovative, or particularly effective examples of GIS, spatial analysis, or telemetry in wildlife management or research? If so, we want to see it! This poster session gives you a venue to show your work to your peers. Abstracts are due by Friday, May 1. Click here for more information.