SER Australasia: Darwin 2020 September 21-25: Restoration through Traditional Knowledge
SERA2020 provides an interactive forum for physical, biological, and social scientists, practitioners, indigenous ranger groups and traditional owners, engineers, resource managers, planners, and policy makers to share their knowledge, experiences and research concerning terrestrial, aquatic and marine ecosystem restoration on both national and international levels.
The theme for 2020 is Restoration Through Traditional Knowledge and will showcase the role traditional knowledge plays in restoration of ecosystems, whilst providing the foundation, tools and latest research to make the most of your restoration project. The conference program includes a combination of keynote, symposium, oral and poster presentations, spanning an array of themes from principles and practice, biomes, impact and specialist disciplines. The conference strongly encourages the participation of Indigenous ranger groups, offering dedicated sessions to create a better link with Indigenous people working in ecology and land management.