EVOLUTION OF WILDLIFE TRACKING BY ARGOS:

DISCOVER THE CONNECTION

INTERNATIONAL USER CONFERENCE ON ARGOS WILDLIFE APPLICATIONS

 

NOVEMBER 18-20, 2014

NATIONAL AQUARIUM

BALTIMORE, MD USA

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WHEN: November 18-20, 2014

 

WHERE: National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD USA

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

 

  • Argos Wildlife Users

  • Scientists 

  • Wildlife Conservation Experts

  • Conservation NGOs

  • Government Policy/Decision Makers 

  • Communication & Outreach Managers

  • Industry

 

The International User Conference on Argos Wildlife Applications will showcase the incredible breadth of wildlife science that the international Argos satellite tracking system has enabled for decades, examine the evolving technology and capabilities of the Argos system, and explore the endless possibilities for wildlife monitoring that are within our reach for the future.  

KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY

WALLACE J. NICHOLS

Dr. Wallace "J." Nichols is a scientist, wild water advocate, community organizer, author, and dad. He takes a slow, collaborative approach with leaders in businesses, government, non-profits, and academia to inspire a deeper connection with nature and inventive solutions to pressing issues.

Image courtesy of Gerardo Ceballos

HONORABLE MENTION

 

The Indianapolis Prize is given every other year to an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to conservation efforts involving a single animal species or multiple species. It is frequently referred to as the world's leading award for animal conservation by members of the professional wildlife conservation community. Two Invited Conference Speakers received this nomination:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Gerardo Ceballos

Instituto de Ecologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Top 6 Finalist - 2014 Indianapolis Prize

Champion for jaguars in Mexico, conducting the first country-level jaguar census and the most comprehensive jaguar study to date.

 

Dr. Randall Wells

Sarasota Dolphin Research Program, Chicago Zoological Society

Nominee - 2014 Indianapolis Prize

Program director of the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program, the world’s longest-running study of a wild dolphin population.

 

Image courtesy of USGS

Image courtesy of Randall Wells

Image courtesy of P. Dee Boersma

Image courtesy of Salim Javed

EVOLUTION OF WILDLIFE TRACKING BY ARGOS: DISCOVER THE CONNECTION

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