[MARMAM] Share your Research with Us in Galicia (NW Spain) -- Call for abstracts now open

Bruno Diaz Lopez bruno at thebdri.com
Tue Sep 20 01:17:37 PDT 2022

Share your Research with Us in Galicia (NW Spain) -- Call for abstracts now open

We are delighted to announce that the Call for Abstracts for the 34th European Cetacean Society Conference (April 18-20 in Galicia, NW Spain) is now open!

But, there’s no need to rush – you have until 09 December 2022 (23:45 CET) to think through your marine mammal research project and turn your submission in!

Please find more information at: <https://www.europeancetaceansociety.eu/conference/34th-annual-conference-galicia-spain>

Abstracts are encouraged to address the meeting theme “OUR OCEANS, OUR FUTURE: Marine Mammal Behavioural Ecology & The Sustainable Use of Marine Resources” if appropriate, but doing so is not necessary. We welcome submissions on any topic that reports on new discoveries in marine mammal science. This also includes proposals that report on interdisciplinary work, address communication with a wide audience or explore new ways of studying marine mammals through the use of new technologies. Abstracts will be reviewed using criteria described in the submission calls.

Abstracts must be submitted through the online form (<https://www.europeancetaceansociety.eu/conference/submit-abstract-0>) by December 9, 2022 at 23:45 CET. No late or emailed abstracts will be considered.

You have to be logged in to submit an abstract through the online form. If you have been an ECS member or registered for an ECS meeting in recent years, you should already have an ECS member account. If you have not been an ECS member or registered for an ECS meeting in recent years, you will need to create an ECS account. You do not need to pay membership dues to create an account or submit for the meeting. 

If you have any question, contact ecs2023 at thebdri.com

We are honoured to organise a conference that will allow people to meet in person once again and connect in ways we could not for the last two years. We hope that scientists and students from all over the world will visit Galicia! We are currently working hard to organise multiple networking events in the beautiful coastal town of O Grove. 

Stay tuned for more updates!


Hasta pronto!

Bruno Díaz López Ph.D
Chief biologist and Director
The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute BDRI - www.thebdri.com
Avenida Beiramar 192, O Grove 36980, Pontevedra, Spain
Tel. 0034 684248552

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