[MARMAM] Reminder for marine mammal ecotoxicologists: Join us at SETAC Europe 2024 Conference in Sevilla, Spain, from May 5-9, 2024

Anaïs Remili anaremili at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 11:10:11 PST 2023

Dear colleagues,

I hope you are doing well. As the deadline for abstract submissions for the
SETAC Europe 34th Annual Meeting approaches (November 29th), please
remember to submit your research abstracts. The conference will be in
Sevilla, Spain, from May 5th to May 9th, 2024.

Session Title: Assessing and Predicting the Impact of Chemical Pollution on
Marine Mammals: Challenges to Be Overcome, Future Prospects, and
Conservation Strategies.

Conference Details
Event: SETAC Europe 34th Annual Meeting
Dates:  5 - 9 May 2024
Location:  Sevilla, Spain
Track:  2. Ecotoxicology Becomes Stress Ecology: From Populations to
Ecosystems and Landscapes

Submission Guidelines
Link to start a submission::
The title of the presentation should not exceed 200 characters (including
The abstract should not exceed 2,500 characters (including space and
references). Presenters applying for a platform presentation must submit a
short and an extended abstract (max. 2 pages, including tables, figures,
and references). Extended abstracts help session chairs in prioritizing
topics for platform presentations and selecting a subset of substitutes in
the event a scheduled presentation is withdrawn
Abstracts will undergo a peer-review process,  and selected presentations
will be part of our conference program.

Key Dates
Abstract submission deadline: November 29th, 2023
Notification of acceptance: Early 2024
Registration: Registration will open in February 2024

SETAC Europe is usually attended by a minimum of two thousand researchers
from all around the world. It represents a unique opportunity to network
with fellow marine mammal experts and researchers from around the world.

We look forward to your participation and the opportunity to present your
research at this session. We are excited about the prospect of your
participation and the opportunity to collaborate on these important topics.

Thank you for your attention, and we hope to see you all in Sevilla in 2024.
Anais Remili, PhD
Postdoctoral researcher, Ecological Tracers Lab, Department of Natural
Resources, McGill University
Founder and editor-in-chief of Whale Scientists
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