Wednesday, 20 June 2012 09:32
11th International Mammalogical Congress - August 2013
The 11th International Mammalogical Congress will be held in Ireland during 11-16 August 2013. The International Federation of Mammalogists, a consortium of mammalogical societies (SMM is a member), holds this conference every four years, bringing together mammalogists from around the world.
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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 13:15
15th Meeting of Experts in Aquatic Mammals of South America
We are pleased to announce the 15th Meeting of Experts in Aquatic Mammals of South America to be held in Puerto Madryn, Chubut, Argentina from 16 to 20 September 2012. Although all topics concerning aquatic mammals are welcome, the meeting will focus on the effects of global warming on aquatic mammals.
Online information regarding the conference is available. Please refer to this website for registration details and the format for submitting conference materials.
We are also seeking the assistance of parties and organizations willing to provide financial support for organizing and conducting the conference and for preparing the proceedings.
Sunday, 19 February 2012 22:13
Seventh International Conference "Marine Mammals of the Holarctic" in Suzdal, Russia
Following the decision of the Sixth International Conference "Marine Mammals of the Holarctic" (Kaliningrad, Russia, October, 2010) the Marine Mammal Council (Russia) is organizing the Seventh International Conference "Marine Mammals of the Holarctic".
The conference is planned to be held in Suzdal, Russia during 24-28 September 2012.
Although all topics concerning cetaceans, pinnipeds, sea otters, and polar bears are welcome, the following topics will be emphasized:
- Population structure of marine mammals
- Population (stock) abundance of marine mammals
- Distribution, movements, and migration of marine mammals
- Behavior and acoustics in marine mammals
- Assessment of human related impacts (acoustical, chemical, radioactive, etc.) on marine mammals
- Physiology, health, toxicology, and impacts of pollution on marine mammals
- Research methods
- Protection and management of marine mammal populations (legislative, protection measures, etc.)
The organizing committee of the conference welcomes ideas/proposals on workshops and sessions to be held during the conference. Please send your proposals to email@example.com.
Please refer to this Word document for registration details and the registration form. Attachment 2 contains a guide detailing the format for submitting conference materials.
Online information regarding the conference is available at http://mmh2012.2mn.org
We are also seeking the assistance of parties and organizations willing to provide financial support for organizing and conducting the conference and for preparing the conference proceedings.
Society for Marine Mammalogy 19th biennial conference
The Society for Marine Mammalogy 19th Biennial Conference will be held in Tampa, Florida from November 27 to December 3, 2011 – look for great weather, beautiful beaches, outstanding meeting venues, exciting attractions, and easy access.
Centrally located on the West Coast of Florida, the Tampa Bay area offers a unique blend of urban sophistication set in a natural marine environment. With these appealing amenities to offer, the 2011 SMM Conference promises to be our best conference ever!
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International Biogeography Society 5th biennial conference
The International Biogeography Society is pleased to announce the 5th biennial conference to be held January 7-11, 2011, in Crete. Registration will open in late August 2010.
The core of the meeting will be four successive symposia on broad foundational and cutting-edge topics and approaches in biogeography and macroecology:
- Mediterranean Biogeography: Where History Meets Ecology Across Scales
- New Perspectives on Comparative Phylogeography – Novel Integrative Approaches and Challenges
- Biogeography and Ecology: Two Lenses in One Telescope
- Analytical Advancements in Macroecology and Biogeography
The meeting also has six sessions of contributed papers on key topics:
- Island biogeography,
- Climate change biogeography,
- Conservation biogeography,
- Marine biogeography, and
- Hot topics in Biogeography.
For more information, see http://www.biogeography.org/html/Meetings/