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13 de abril de 2024

Congreso de ecología en Bialowieza, el famoso bosque primigenio de Polonia

 Call for Abstracts: Submit Your Research to the Białowieża Ecology Conference 2024

Dear Sirs,

We are pleased to announce that we have extended the deadline for accepting abstracts for the first edition of the Bialowieza Ecology Conference (BEC).

The conference is entitled  "Temperate Forests in the Anthropocene: Disturbances, Species, Humans, and Ecosystem Functioning"  and will take place from September 15th to 20th 2024 in the pristine natural beauty of Europe's last primeval forest in Białowieża, Poland.

Key dates:

  • Abstract Submissions Open: March 6th, 2024

  • Submission Deadline: April 30th, 2024

  • Notification to Authors: May 26th, 2024

  • Authors' Acceptance and early bird registration  deadline: June 09th, 2024

  • Registration deadline: June 30th, 2024

Conference Theme and Scope - The Białowieża Ecology Conference (BEC) is a series of international scientific conferences that aim to gather a better understanding of temperate forest ecosystems it takes place in the heart of Europe’s last primeval lowland forest, Białowieża, Poland. This year, 2024 marks the first edition, entitled “Temperate Forests in the Anthropocene: disturbances, species, humans and ecosystem functioning”. The goal of the conference is to exchange and summarize knowledge in the fields of forest ecology and conservation biology, connect researchers working in a variety of scientific fields, and discuss practical solutions for more sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation in a context of global change. A multitude of research topics are included in this conference to cross-fertilize approaches that yield a better understanding of temperate forests in socio-ecological contexts. 

For a more detailed description, please visit our website

We welcome submissions on topics including, but not limited to:

  • Human-Forest Interactions

  • Human-Wildlife Interactions

  • Invasive Species

  • Physical Barriers in Forests

  • Climate Change and Disturbance Regimes

  • Conservation Biology and Ecosystem Functioning

Submission guidelines: Abstracts should be prepared in English and include the following sections: Aim of the Study, Methods, Results/Findings, and Conclusions/Implications. The word limit for the body of the abstract is 300 words. For detailed submission guidelines and to submit your abstract, please visit the call for abstract page on our website. .

Why participate?

  • Interesting workshops.

  • Visit to the Białowieża Primeval Forest with experienced guides.

  • Post-conference trip to Biebrza National Park. 

  • Share your research with an international audience of peers.

  • Engage with key stakeholders in forest ecology, conservation, and management.

  • Participate in a range of workshops, seminars, and excursions designed to enhance your knowledge and skills.

  • Contribute to shaping the future of temperate forest research and policy.

We encourage you to submit your abstract and join us in Białowieża for what promises to be an enlightening and inspiring event.

For any inquiries regarding the call for abstracts or the conference in general, please do not hesitate to contact us at or

For any updates you can follow our Twitter (X) account @BEco_conf

We are looking forward to your submissions and welcoming you to BEC 2024.

Best regards,

Ewa Komar, PhD, on behalf of the Białowieża Ecology Conference (BEC) 2024 Organizing Committee 

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