Guild of Rocky Mountain Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists Meeting
September 21-23, 2018, at the University of Colorado's Mountain Research Station
Please join us for this year's Guild of Rocky Mountain Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists (GREEBs) meeting at the Mountain Research Station. GREEBs is the progeny of the Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists (GRMPBs) meeting, which started over 40 years ago.
GREEBs is an opportunity for researchers to get together and share results and ideas with scientists who primarily work and /or live in the Rockies. Contributions from any field of ecology and evolutionary biology are welcome. There will be two invited keynote presentations, one Friday night given by Nancy Emery from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and the other on Saturday night presented by Kasey Barton from the University of Hawaii. Contributed talks will be presented most of Saturday and Sunday morning (probably 15 minutes each, depending on the number of contributors). This year will also feature a poster session on Saturday afternoon.
Attendance options include package deals covering registration, room, and meals (Friday night through Sunday breakfast/sack lunch) ($140 for faculty, $100 for students) to registration only ($25). Lunches and dinners can be purchased separately in advance (lunch is $10, dinner $14).