The Board of the European Association for Aquatic Mammals is proud to announce its 33rd annual symposium. ~

16 de septiembre de 2004

The Board of the European Association for Aquatic Mammals is proud to announce its 33rd annual symposium.

The symposium will be held from Friday, March 11, 2005 until Monday, March 14, 2005 in Harderwijk, the Netherlands and is hosted by the Dolfinarium in Harderwijk. The Board would like to invite you to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. The abstract submission form can be downloaded from the dedicated symposium web site (see below). Following the symposium, two workshops are being organized. On March 14 and 15, there will be a workshop on dolphin reproduction. Participation is by invitation only. On March 16, there will be a workshop on rehabilitation of cetaceans and this workshop is open to anyone interested in this topic. Information about the symposium and the workshops can be found on the dedicated symposium website:
Registration, hotel and travel information will be made available on this site. We hope to see you in Harderwijk, the Netherlands in March. On behalf of the EAAM Board, Jaap van der Toorn (EAAM Webmaster)
**Register soon and SAVE - Early Bird deadline is September 17th** American Cetacean Society's 9th International Conference Learning from Whales: Education, Inspiration & Action RMS Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA November 11-14, 2004 Our theme this year is a central part of our mission to protect cetaceans---education, and how to use it to inform and inspire. We want attendees to leave the conference armed with new information, excited about new discoveries and how they can help save whales. We have added a new and exciting component to this year's program. Thursday, November 11th, we will have a workshop to provide hands-on, practical ideas for teachers and naturalists. We will present valuable information, include break-out groups for peer interaction and provide materials to be used when attendees return to their classrooms or boats. Take a moment to mark your calendar for Thursday, November 11th, 2004 (educator's workshop), Friday, November 12th, 2004 (exciting pre-conference
activities) and November 13th-14th, 2004 our 9th biennial conference. For further information and registration forms, please check our newly redesigned website Prices start at just $149 - register by September 17th to receive the greatest discount!
Great Sessions, such as:
Learning from Whales
Cognition in Cetaceans
Using Science to Build Policy
Whales in Local Waters
Fantastic Field Trips:
The Santa Barbara based Condor express will pick us up in Long Beach for an all-day deep-water adventure you won't want to miss! The Natural History Museum of LA County will host a tour of their Marine Mammal Warehouse. Visit the Marine Mammal Care Center and International Bird Rescue and Rehab Facility for a behind-the-scenes tour. Photo Contest: Deadline: October 15, 2004 ACS invites amateur photographers to participate in the "Learning From Whales" photo contest. All entries must be RECEIVED at ACS National headquarters in San Pedro, CA by October 15, 2004 along with the entry fee ($5 per photo for conference participants/$10 for non-participants). Please contact Photo Contest Coordinator, Bernardo Alps, with any questions. And More... Please visit our website for more information, or feel free to contact me at See you there!
Diane Alps
Administrative Assistant
ACS: For and about
whales, dolphins and porpoises!
National Headquarters
P.O. Box 1391
San Pedro, CA 90733-1391
(310) 548-6279
Fax (310) 548-6950

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