Topics of WSU Conference Call, 28 June 2017
Patrick Jodice, Chair
- New Chair for Communications, Sjúrður Hammer, introduced.
- Exploring efforts to post species accounts of seabirds from various sources to seabirds.net
- Reviewed the bid process used for selecting host of WSC3 and discussed ways to improve the process moving forward
- Discussed forming a subcommittee for WSC3 that would focus on keeping the conference GREEN
- WSU Chair and local host (Australasian Seabird Group) will begin recruiting for members of WSC3 committees in the next month
- WSU Board discussed the role that special interest working groups may play in the WSU moving forward. Board will develop a process for vetting and monitoring activity of such groups.
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These notes are intended to provide a brief review of the topics discussed during conference calls of the WSU Board and Member Societies. More detailed minutes are available at seabirds.net but only after they are approved during subsequent conference calls.
WSU Mission Statement
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Seabirds.net organizational committee
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