[MARMAM] Reminder: Biblio Lunch Meeting at SMM Workshop on the Sirenia

Caryn Self-Sullivan cselfsullivan at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 08:19:55 PST 2011


Reminder:  Sirenian International be hosting a lunch meeting to  
discuss the future of the searchable online Sirenia & Desmostylia  
Bibliography during the Sirenian Workshop on Sunday November 27th  
prior to the SMM Meetings (details of symposium and registration  
information, below).

We will meet in the same room as the workshop and a light lunch will  
be provided.

Please RSVP regarding the lunch meeting to cselfsullivan at sirenian.org  
by Tuesday November 22nd, 2011.

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Fifth International Sirenian Symposium 2011
Date: Sun Nov 27
Duration: All-day
Room: #23
Cost: $10
Organizer: Nicole Adimey & Robert Bonde
Organizer email: nicoleadimey AT gmail DOT com
Register Online:  http://www.marinemammalscience.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=591&Itemid=336&workshop=2
Description: The aim of this symposium is to foster communication  
between sirenian researchers, managers, and policy makers from around  
the globe. Over the last couple of years we have made marked progress  
regarding sirenian conservation, management and research. At this  
symposium we hope you will be able to share your expertise and  
experiences. Scientists and managers are invited to submit an abstract  
to speak at the symposium; priority will be given to those  
presentations focusing on international efforts outside the U.S. to  
promote collaboration and information exchange with foreign programs.  
Abstracts will be considered for work involving the latest advances in  
Sirenian Conservation and Management; Stranding Response and Captive  
Care; Monitoring Applications; and Biology and Research. Those  
abstracts not selected for a talk will be invited to present a poster.  
In support of the Biennial Conference theme, it is suggested that  
presentations attempt to address some aspect of cumulative effects  
from human activities on local sirenian populations, and identify  
possible conservation approaches to address those effects. All  
presenters will be given up to 15 minutes, which includes time for  
questions. Abstract submissions should be in Word format, no longer  
than 300 words (excluding title and authors), and contain the primary  
author's full contact information and affiliation. Abstracts must be  
submitted electronically to Nicole Adimey (nicole_adimey at fws.gov) by  
August 31, 2011.  There will be a small registration fee of $10.00/US  
for this symposium collected at the door.  Organizers: Nicole Adimey &  
Robert Bonde
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