[MARMAM] Abstract Submission Deadline Approaching - European Cetacean Society Conference 2015 MALTA

Adriana Vella adrianajvella at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 02:00:17 PDT 2014

*Call for ECS Conference Submissions *

is open for a few more days!

*VISIT the ECS Conference Website:*


*Abstracts for Talks/Posters & Workshop Proposal Submissions*

*Applications for Support also Open till*

DEADLINE: 3rd November 2014

*Call for Abstracts and Workshop Proposals - Details at link below:*


Conference dates: *23rd to 25th of March 2015*

Workshop dates: *21st and 22nd of March 2015*

Venue: *lntercontinental MALTA, in St. Julians.*

The theme of the 2015 ECS Conference in Malta is:

'Marine Mammal Conservation - from Local to Global'

*This theme would be supported by a number of keynote presentations that
will look at how conservation efforts are being managed at a range of
levels and the links between them. This will include consideration of
local, national, regional and global conservation initiatives, as well as
methods and mechanisms for addressing both short and long-term impacts. In
addition to original research contributions on the usual range of topics
that include, but are not limited to, health, genetics, by-catch,
acoustics, abundance, distribution, ecology, breeding, behaviour,
conservation, welfare, historical perspectives, we also welcome critical
assessments of conservation policy.*

Below please find some snapshots prepared by BICREF, the ECS Conference
2015 organizing entity in Malta.

Enjoy and Share!


See you in Malta :)

Regards, *Adriana*

Dr. Adriana Vella, Ph.D (Cantab.)

Founder and Co-president

The Biological Conservation Research Foundation, NGO


Conservation Biology Research Group,

Senior Lecturer and Cetacean Researcher

University of Malta

*f/ECS Conference 2015 – Malta organisers*
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