Poster Session

Book of Abstracts
Instructions for Abstract Submissions
If you are a student applying for GLEON 2023 registration support, a poster abstract is required. If you are co-authoring a poster with another student, one submission is sufficient (no need to duplicate submissions). Abstracts are also required for any attendee that would like to present a poster including for New Sites, Site Updates, Research Updates and other Cool Things.
Organizers will provide instructions for uploading posters and other media files to a shared folder and how to interact with attendees via the GatherTown platform after you have completed registration. You can present your poster in either portrait or landscape orientation, but we strongly encourage a landscape orientation. We recommend a standard A0 format (1189 x 841 mm). Your poster submission must be in an image format (jpg or png), and the file size should be less than 5MB. Attendees will be limited to one presentation.
If you have questions about abstracts or the poster session, please contact the GLEON Student Association (GSA) organizers.
Please use the following example to format the content of your abstract submission:
Lead Author: Kevin C. ROSE1
Lead Author Affiliation: 1Department of Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, USA
Other Author Names (one per line):
Marilyn Larsen2
Paul C. Hanson2
Other Author Affiliations (one per line):
2Center for Limnology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Title: Integration of traditional measurements of allochthony with high frequency buoy data from GLEON sites: does temporal scale matter?

Abstract: Write your abstract here. Please keep it under 250 words.

Book of Abstracts
The GLEON 2023 Book of Abstracts includes information about poster locations in the GatherTown meeting space. A list of poster presentation locations will also available.
  • GLEON 2023 Book of Abstracts - coming soon! 
  • GLEON 2023 Poster List and Locations - coming soon!


Updated: 8 February 2023

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