Coral Reefs of Brazil: Synthesis of Current Knowledge

Frank KELMO F.Kelmo at
Wed Jan 2 11:45:10 EST 2002

Dear Collegues,

Please accept my apologies for this short notice.
Happy New Year, Frank.
Coral Reefs of Brazil: Synthesis of Current Knowledge
Edited by F.Kelmo & M.Attrill

Scientists working on Brazilian coral reefs are urged to submit a
title and abstract (500 words) written in English.

Proposed themes include: Evolution of reef biota; Advances in
molecular biology and their application to reef sciences; Dynamics
of reef ecosystems in space and time; Natural and anthropogenic
disturbances; Coral diseases; Reef Management; Assessment and
Monitoring; Preservation and Restoration; Reef Fish; Reef geometries
and sea level fluctuations; Corals as recorders of ocean atmospheric
processes;      Coral growth and reef growth; Geological record and

Submission of a title plus abstract must be transmitted
electronically to fkelmo at, together with a letter of
intent, by 25 Jan 2002.

Authors of successful abstracts will be required to submit the full
paper by 5 April 2002. This must not exceed 15000 words and photos
must be submitted in TIFF format (instructions to contributors will
be available after acceptance of an abstract). Reviews will be
accepted under invitation only. Authors willing to submit papers
outside the proposed themes must contact the editors prior submission
of an abstract.

Short listed papers will be peer reviewed and the final decision for
publication in the book will rely on the editors' discretion.

Accepted papers must be revised and returned to the editors by 31 July 2002.

If you require any further information contact the editors by email:
fkelmo at

Coral Reef Ecology
Benthic Ecology Research Group
613 Davy Building, University of Plymouth,
Drake Circus, Devon, PL4 8AA
United Kingdom.
Phone: +44 (0)1752 232951 (Lab) +44 (0)870 712 5852 (home)
Fax: +44 (0)1752 232970
E-mail: fkelmo at
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