State of the Science Workshop


Poster Abstracts

2020 State of the Science Workshop: Cumulative Impacts to Widlife

May 5-6, 2020

Workshop participants will have an opportunity to share their research, management, and coordination activities related to wildlife and offshore wind energy development at a public poster session on May 5th. Posters do not have to focus on cumulative impacts, but must be topically relevant to both offshore wind and wildlife. You must be a registered workshop participant to present a poster.  

The deadline for submission of poster abstracts is April 13, 2020. Abstracts must be submitted using the form below. Abstracts will be accepted on a rolling basis.

In addition to scientific posters, there is also an opportunity to reserve part of a table for exhibit space for your organization; contact Edward Jenkins if interested (space is limited).

Abstract Content Guidelines

  • Abstract text: up to 250 words.

  • Authors: provide names and affiliations of all co-authors.

  • Corresponding author: provide name, affiliation, and email address of corresponding author.

  • Presenting author: indicate the presenting author, if different from corresponding author.

  • Please provide adequate detail on the content of the poster (background information, methodology, results, and conclusions). Ensure the abstract makes clear the topical relevance to wildlife and offshore wind.

Abstract Submission Form
Corresponding Author
Presenting Author - if different from corresponding author

Photo credits: Loggerhead sea turtle © Kate Sutherland

The Environmental Technical Working Group (E-TWG) is a New York State outreach and collaboration effort with environmental stakeholders and offshore wind energy developers.

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