Call for Papers- Marine Conservation Biology Symposium

Lance Morgan lance at
Mon Jan 8 16:56:11 EST 2001

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Call for Contributed Papers

Second Symposium on Marine Conservation Biology
Registration and Information available online

Deadline for Submission is Jan. 12, 2001

Marine Conservation Biology Institute invites submissions from scientists 
and students in physical, biological and social sciences pertaining to 
marine conservation. Topics include, but are not limited to: biodiversity, 
alien species, ecosystem mapping, population dynamics, oceanography, 
climate change, human effects on marine systems, marine protected areas, 
large-scale management strategies, and effects of fishing on marine 
ecosystems and biodiveristy.

Additionally, we encourage presentations by individuals from government
agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs) and countries outside North
America. Each contributed-paper presentation will last 15 minutes (timed)  
with an additional 5 minutes for questions and answers.

Abstract Submission Instructions
MCBI will accept abstracts only as email messages (no attachments please). 
Abstracts should be written in English, run no longer than 250 words (not 
including title and author information) and concisely describe the topic of 
presentation. Please indicate senior author and include full contact 
information for all authors (name, affiliation, mailing address, phone 
number, and e-mail address). All submissions must specify whether they are 
for oral presentation, poster presentation, or no preference. Abstracts 
without this information will not be accepted. When submitting abstracts, 
please include the subject line "Abstract Submission." To submit an 
abstract or for questions regarding appropriate scientific content, contact 
Dr. Lance Morgan at lance at

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