ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR THE LRF 2022 HAS NOW CLOSED.
Share results from an ongoing or completed research project, describe a new community program, examine a service or policy, present an approach to education or outreach, or discuss a research proposal.
Share results from an ongoing or completed research project, describe a new community program, examine a service or policy, present an approach to education or outreach, or discuss a research proposal. Posters will be on continuous display online on the poster presentation page of the Labrador Research Forum 2022 website. This is an opportunity to provide a visual synthesis of your work. Posters may be sized to an aspect ratio of 16:9 for optimal screen viewing (for reference, this aspect ratio is equivalent to a 36”x64” physical poster).
See here for guidelines on formatting your poster (coming soon).
Suggestions or content that does not fit neatly into any of the above options must be discussed in advance with the LRF Steering Committee. Please contact email@example.com for discussion and consideration.
Incomplete abstracts or those submitted after the deadline will not be considered. Only abstracts submitted by email will be eligible.
Deadline: All abstracts must be written in English and submitted by email no later than March 8th, 2022
Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notification of acceptance: Notifications will be sent out by the end of March, 2022
Abstract structure for ORAL and POSTER presentations (300 words maximum):
- Contact information (email, phone number, Twitter handle)
- Presentation format preference (oral or poster)
- Relevance to the theme of Arctic and Subarctic Futures
- Methods (if applicable)
- Results (if applicable)
- Discussion & Outcomes
To assess eligibility and to be included in the Conference Proceedings, please bear in mind the following:
- Abstracts must be formatted according to the structure outlined above, and are limited to one page (300 words maximum) not including title, author names and affiliations, keywords, or format;
- The name of the presenting author should be asterisked (*). The presenting author must register for the conference;
- All co-authors and primary affiliations should be listed;
- References, graphs, or illustrations may NOT be submitted as part of the abstract;
- Abstracts must be submitted in a Word document (.doc or .docx) and structured using the subheadings noted below;
- Authors may state a preferred presentation format, but these cannot be guaranteed;
- The scientific committee may offer a poster presentation in lieu of an oral presentation;
- Authors must disclose any conflicts of interest in the abstract;
- Submitting authors must accept responsibility for the content of the abstract;
- Please carefully proof read and confirm co-authorship prior to submission.