ECBC Amsterdam 2020 has been postponed to October 2-4, 2020 due to the spread of COVID-19, check out what this means for current abstracts.
Congratulations to Dr. Jason Weir - recipient of the International Biogeography Society's MacArthur & Wilson Award, recognizing a relatively early career biogeographer for their notable, innovative contribution to biogeography.
Have a great idea for a workshop? We're looking for proposals for workshops to be held on January 8 at IBS Vancouver 2021. See submission details here...
Frontiers of Biogeography sent out a survey at the end of last year. See the reviewed results on the summary news post.
After feedback from 2019's IBS membership survey regarding symposium topics, we're pleased to announce the featured symposia for our 10th Biennial International Conference in Vancouver.
A postdoctoral research associate position in population genetics and demographic modeling is available in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University.
New issue of Frontiers of Biogeography is now out - see https://escholarship.org/uc/fb for articles on the central Amazonian river network, Antarctic king crabs, Dynamic Island Biogeography, climate change for amphibians, the diversity of British moths, and the importance of defining stability.
With great sadness, the International Biogeography Society records the death of one of our founding members, and former IBS president, Professor Vicki Funk. In honour of her contributions to the society, and to the field of biogeography, we have created a student travel fund in her name.
Registration is now open for the Early Career Biogeographers Conference in Amsterdam, this coming April 17-19, 2020. See more information on the conference webpage and register now!
The calls are out for nominations for the 2021 International Biogeography Society's recognition awards - the Alfred Russel Wallace Award, and the MacAurthur & Wilson Award. See the details and submit your nomination here...