[MARMAM] MMC workshop reopened for particpants

Shannon Atkinson atkinson at sfos.uaf.edu
Tue Nov 1 16:49:00 PDT 2011

Due to cancellations in the registrations, we would like to re-open the 
registration for a workshop on Marine Mammal Stress and research to be 
held on Saturday, November 26^th prior to at the 19th Biennial 
Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals in Tampa, FL. Please go to 
this website to sign up for this workshop: 

Title: Effects of Stress on Marine Mammals

Both technological advancements in stress measures and needed 
stress-related research are of keen interest to the marine mammal 
community as stress-related factors must be considered in surveys, 
experimental designs, data interpretations, regulatory decisions, and 
conservation efforts.

The workshop will have two sessions where participants are invited to 
present their work.This is not mandatory, but is an opportunity for 
participants to obtain input and/or feedback on their research.In one 
session, we will have a limited number of 15 -- 20 minute 
presentations.In the other session, we will have up to 18 presentations 
that follow a rapid delivery format of 5 minutes each.If you are 
interested in making a presentation, I would like to request abstracts 
of no more than 250 words from you.The organizing committee will 
evaluate the abstracts and make selections to complete our agenda. 
Please let me know if you would like to be considered for one of the 
15-20 minute presentations or for one of the 5 minute presentations.

This workshop is organized by: Drs. Shannon Atkinson, University of 
Alaska Fairbanks, Dan Crocker, Sonoma State University, Frances Gulland, 
The Marine Mammal Center, Dorian Houser, Biomimetica, and Michael Weise, 
Office of Naval Research.

For more information contact Shannon Atkinson at atkinson at sfos.uaf.edu 
<mailto:atkinson at sfos.uaf.edu>

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