Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting 2011

Date: 07 & 08 February 2011
Venue: Congreshotel 'De Werelt', Lunteren, The Netherlands

The Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) is a two-day event organised by NERN and NECOV (Dutch - Flemish Ecological Society) and supported by The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). This year the NAEM will be held in conjunction with the Darwin Days (7-8 February 2011) of the Darwin Centre for Biogeosciences. This means that the second Darwin Day is also the first day of the Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting.

The set-up of the 2011 meeting is in accordance with previous years, which were a great success with over 300 participants.

Each day consists of:
A plenary session, in which a Dutch and an international world leader present their view on a specific topic in ecology Two sets of four parallel sessions. Session topics listed this year have been selected by an organising committee (Jacintha Ellers (VU), Rampal Etienne (RUG), Lourens Poorter (WU), Martijn Egas (UVA), Wolf Mooij (NIOO), Ellen Decaestecker (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), Jaap van der Meer (NIOZ), Nicole van Dam (RU, Chair) and Claudius van de Vijver (WU, secr.)). The programme below lists the session topics, the conveners and the highlights indicating the focal area of the session A Poster session and discussion

Like 2010, various prizes will be awarded at the end of the meeting: the Poster Prize, the Best MSc Project Proposal (both awarded by NECOV) and the NERN Best Paper Award. Call for these awards will follow soon.

For information about the programme, call for the various awards and registration please go to:

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