Heart of the Continent Science Symposium

HOCP Science Symposium 2019 – Duluth MN

The evening Poster Presentations took place at Duluth Folk School 1917 W. Superior St. April 8th and
Oral Presentations at University of Minnesota. Both venues proved to be great choices. We would like to thank the good folks at he Duluth Folk School and at Kirby Student Center UMD

Program Download

Some photos from the event can be found on our TravelTheHeart Geotourism Page Science Symposium

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Heart of the Continent Area
Heart of the Continent Area

Heart of the Continent Partnership seeks to improve understanding of natural and cultural resources across the HOC, raise awareness of threats and management challenges to the preservation of those resources, and promote collaboration among scientists, managers, and other partners across political, cultural, and administrative boundaries so that resources can be better managed in a landscape context


1st Heart of the Continent Science Symposium

Rainy River Community College

March 10-11, 2016

International Falls, MN

To access the symposium program and Dr. Erik A. Beever slides click link below https://www.bobblegifts.com/


Dr. Erik Beever – Understanding how ecological disturbance influences biological diversity

Dr. Erik Beever – Conservation Biologyse join us for the 1st Heart of the Continent Science Symposium!

Thursday, March 10, 6-8p:  Welcome Social and Poster Session

Friday, March 11, 8a-4p: Plenary Session, Oral Presentations, Discussion Forum

Plenary Speaker: Dr. Erik Beever, USGS Rocky Mountain Research Station

“Understanding How Ecological Disturbance Influences Biological Diversity in Protected Areas: The Rules Aren’t What They Used to Be!”

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