Conference Information

Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Ecological Society of America 2018 Annual Meeting

“Ecology & the Brick City: Nature in a Post-Industrial World”

April 7 – 8, 2018

Hosted at Rutgers University-Newark

Paul Robeson Campus Center, Newark, NJ

The Mid-Atlantic ESA annual meeting brings together students, researchers, teachers and practitioners from the MidAtlantic region and beyond. We will explore current ecological issues related to urban areas that range from ecological restoration, conservation, biodiversity, ecological effects of climate change, topics in human ecology and environmental justice. The meeting offers an excellent opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate ecology students to present their research in all ecology related topics.

We look forward to you joining us for this exciting conference.

Where:
Rutgers University – Newark, Paul Robeson Campus Center, 350 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Newark, NJ

When:
Friday April 6 – Evening social, 6-8 pm at Kilkenny Alehouse (27 Central Ave, Newark, NJ)
Saturday April 7 – Main conference
Sunday April 8 – Field trip

Please note there will be no walk-in registration.

MA-ESA 2018 Full Program

MA-ESA 2018 Two Page Program

MA-ESA 2018 Abstracts and Presenter Bios

Accommodation and Transportation

Conference Parking

Personal vehicles: Parking for conference attendees will be available in the Rutgers Newark Washington Deck #2 at 166 Washington St, Newark (corner of Warren Street).

University vans: Groups that arrive in large passenger vans need to park in the Bradley Lot (#508) at 110 Warren St, Newark (between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and University Ave).

Conference Code of Conduct Policy

Questions? Contact: MidAtlantic.ESA2018-at-gmail.com

Claus Holzapfel, Chair of the MA-ESA, Rutgers University-Newark
Chris Habeck, Secretary of the MA-ESA, Kutztown University
Allyson Salisbury, Conference Coordinator, Rutgers University-Newark