About BNHC V

The Bahamas Natural History Conference (BNHC) is The Bahamas’ largest scientific conference. Held every two years by the Bahamas National Trust, BNHC gives researchers working in the environmental and natural sciences field an opportunity to share their work with peers, policymakers, and the general public. Having put on four successful conferences from 2013 to 2018, we planned and executed our 5th iteration of the meeting in the summer of 2020.

The event was titled “The Bahamas Natural History Conference: Virtual Webinar Series”, shortened to “BNHC V”, with the ‘V’ indicating both that it was the 5th event and the fact that it will be via online platforms (i.e. virtually). This virtual event used submissions for BNHC 2020 as it was a stand-in for the 5th in-person conference. Due to the shorter nature of the event and the software available to us, we were unable to officially host workshops.

Webinars comprised of 4 speakers presenting on a similar theme or topic, with 15 minutes for presentations and a half-hour group Q&A period at the end. Some webinars had a guest or plenary speaker as well. The sessions were recorded and uploaded to our YouTube page and linked below.

Schedule and Recordings

Find links to the session recordings of the webinar sessions below, including the original air date of the live webinar session.

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