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Historical Ecology; HEF2020; International conference;historical legacies;ecological trajectories; geography;archeology;paleoecology;economy;biology

Historical Ecology for the Future

International conference on historical ecology

May 25-29, 2020 University campus of “Ile du Saulcy” - Metz, FRANCE

Welcome to the Historical Ecology for the Future abstract registration form. The abstract registration will be reopened in January, 2021. We look forward to welcoming you! To register for the abstract, please click on the "I want to create an account to submit" button at the end of this page and follow the differents steps.

After the abstract registration, to sign up for the conference, go to the Conference registration page.


Abstract Submission

Authors are welcomed to submit abstracts of original work for oral or poster presentation in English language.

Starting in November 2019, ending in February 2019, notification of acceptance no more than two weeks later.
Beware that you must create an account at the bottom of this page before submitting an abstract or a poster.

Duration of a Regular lecturer talk: 15 minutes including 5 minutes for discussion.

Size of poster: A0, portrait orientation.

Language for talk and poster: English

For any question please send an email to

How to submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation:

1. Download the abstract template file below:
  Abstract Template (Word format - 187.16 kB)
2. Fill it while respecting the guideline.
3. Delete the instructions between square brackets, save and rename the abstract as a file named
  "HEF2020-Family name-Session number-Oral or Poster"
4. Create an account on this page and then complete the submission form :
  • Presenting author e-mail address is required.
  • Please choose whether you would like to be considered for an oral presentation or for a poster only;
  • Please also choose the thematic sessions to which you wish to contribuate.

In case you want to submit several abstracts, prepare as many files as necessary.
You can also add a pdf version of you poster (size A0).

Submission of abstracts closed on Saturday 14 March 2020