Wow, I just took a look at the IBS blog and there are some absolutely fabulous conferences coming up! There’s a small IBS meeting on “The Geography of Species Associations” in Montreal this November, and then an early-career conference in Canberra, Australia in January. The IBS is my favorite scientific society and I really love going to their conferences, so I highly recommend either (both??) of these meetings for all biogeographers!
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