ForestSAT 2012 • Submit Abstracts
Please Note: The abstract submission deadline has been
extended to 1 May 2012.
Instructions to submitting authors:
All abstracts must be submitted in English, the official language of the conference. You can submit a maximum of two abstracts for consideration, and a single presenter is allowed to give two presentations.
Each abstract submitted for consideration must include two parts: (1) a bulleted-list style with key highlights (no more than 150 words total) and (2)
the abstract in paragraph style (no more than 1000 words total).
The recommended format includes:
- authors' names
- authors' affiliations
- bulleted list
- abstract (paragraph style)
- one figure and one table (optional)
Please use the template provided here: ForestSAT2012_abstract_template.docx. For your own abstract, please replace “template” in the filename with the submitting author’s surname. If you are submitting two abstracts, please indicate this in the filename. For example: “ForestSAT2012_abstract_smith1.docx” and “ForestSAT2012_abstract_smith2.docx”
Each abstract is to be submitted separately (i.e. do not combine two abstracts into one file).
In both the bulleted list and abstract, please address the goals/objectives, methods, results, and discussion/relevance. For the bulleted
list, it is important to be clear and concise. For the abstract, you should expand the bulleted
list into narrative form. A maximum of one table and one figure are permitted.
References may be included. Text for references and captions does not
count towards the word limit.
Decisions for oral/poster presentations will be based on the (extended) abstract submissions. Because of this, your extended abstract should be thorough, using as much of the 1000 word limit as necessary.
To submit an abstract(s) for ForestSAT2012, use the online abstract submission tool here: