::Edit - 03/24/2015:: Here's a link to Seabird.net's slideshow and archived Tweets from #WSTC1 proceedings: http://www.seabirds.net/wstc1-live.html
IPECS knows you're busy - aren't we all - so we've compiled a list of all penguin-related talks at the 1st World Seabird Twitter Conference, happening right now - plus a live feed at the bottom of this post! Check out the info below for #TeamPenguin's schedule and how to view the conference! You can still view archives of all the talks, so don't worry about tuning in late!
Times listed are in GMT. For your local conversion, type "GMT time conversion" into Google.
Jingjing Zhang (@Geo_gournot)
"Inferring behavioural states from foraging trajectories of little penguin (Eudyptular minor)"
Time: Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 1:30 GMT
Thomas Mattern (@TawakiProject)
"Is the decline of Yellow-eyed penguins a result of anthropogenic modifications of the benthic environment off the New Zealand coast?"
Time: Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 2:00 GMT
Alexander Thornton (@AntarcticWaters)
"Penguins as Southern Ocean Sentinels: using diving behaviors, diet composition, and phenology to develop comprehensive Marine Protected Areas in the Antarctic"
Time: Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 18:45 GMT
Michael Polito (@MJPolito)
"You Are Where You Ate: Direct Tracking and Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Analysis Identify the Winter Movements of Antarctic Penguins"
Time: Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 19:30 GMT
How to Follow #WSTC1 Proceedings
Not on Twitter? See Seabird.net's live feed instructions or simply watch the feed below!
Here's the full conference schedule: http://www.seabirds.net/wstc1-schedule.html
Here are the presentation abstracts:
(Times listed are in GMT. For your local conversion, type "GMT time conversion" into Google.)