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Poster Symposium

 

The Poster Symposium has been designed to showcase a wide range of projects and programs through current research and field trials, practical applications and innovations, education and outreach and new ideas outside the mainstream of academia and forest practice. Each Symposium is an organized group of 6 to 10 posters around a specific topic and displayed together in the poster area in the Exhibit Hall.

Each poster presenter is assigned a specific time slot to summarize the poster and participate in a moderated question and answer session.

For information regarding poster size and format, please click here.

Special Poster Symposium- State BMP Programs for Water Quality Protection

The SAF Water Resources Working Group seeks posters from each state with commercial forestry in the United States for a special poster symposium on Thursday afternoon. Poster abstracts will be judged by a review committee, and one state from each of five regions in the US (West, Lake States, Northeast, Southwest, and South-Central) will be selected for oral presentations during a special BMP-focused concurrent session during the scientific and technical sessions.

If you wish to submit a poster for this special symposium, please contact the Water Resources Working Group Chair for more information.

Forest Science & Technology Board Student Poster Awards

The SAF Forest Science & Technology Board is pleased to sponsor first, second and third place cash awards for the best posters designed and presented by students. Posters will be judged on originality, clarity, and presentation.

Poster authors who indicate student status when submitting their abstracts will automatically be entered into the contest. Posters must meet the specified size guidelines and be properly displayed. Oversized posters will automatically be disqualified.

Posters will be judged by a 3-member panel of the FS&TB and ribbons will be placed on the posters by noon on Friday October 26th.

To receive the award, poster winners must formally accept the award by contacting the SAF Director of Science and Education in person, via email, or by telephone on or before November 1, 2012. (ScienceEd@safnet.org – 866.897.8720)