2020 State of the Science Workshop

Abstract Submission for Lightning Talks

State of the Science Workshop on Wildlife and Offshore Wind Energy 2020: Cumulative Impacts

Workshop participants can share their research, management, and coordination activities via virtual lightning talks. Lightning talks should last no longer than four minutes and may include up to three slides as visual aids. Talks do not have to focus on cumulative impacts, but must be topically relevant to offshore wind and wildlife. You must be a registered workshop participant to present a lightning talk. Students are especially encouraged to submit abstracts. 

The deadline for abstract submission is October 6th, 2020. Abstracts must be submitted using the form below. 

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 lightning talk (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

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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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