11th ICRS: Abstracts Deadline – December 15, 2007

11th ICRS secretariat_11icrs at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 15 14:35:44 EST 2007

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  Deadline for 11TH ICRS Abstracts Submissions (Extended to) – December 15, 2007
  Submission is online and simple. (You don’t have to register in order to submit). To view the 26 Mini-Symposia and submit, please visit: http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/abstracts.html.
  TRAVEL STIPENDS: Students, scientists, conservationists, and managers who are expected to benefit professionally from attendance at this symposium are able to receive consideration for travel and living expenses. Stipends range from $500 to $3500!  The Application deadline is Dec. 15, 2007. To apply, please see http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/stipends.html
  FIELD TRIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS: Many Field Trip options are provided.  Please see: http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/fieldtrips.html.  Scholarships are available for enrolled graduate students (Must be a certified scuba diver, if SCUBA required, a registered Symposium attendee, and a registered field trip attendee).  The Application deadline is Dec. 15, 2007. To apply please visit http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/stipends.html.
  11TH ICRS REGISTRATION is Open: Please register at http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/registration.html.
  VISAs: Meeting attendees traveling to the US should apply for a visa as early as possible.  Please check with your local U.S. consulate or embassy to find out the earliest that you may apply. We will provide letters of invitation if needed.  See also: http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/visa_requirements.html
  CONTACTS: For General Information please contact the 11th ICRS Secretariat:  11icrs-secretariat at mail.ocean.nova.edu; Exhibits:  jlash at faseb.org; Sponsorships:  rosemann at nova.edu
  11th International Coral Reef Symposium 2008:  www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs
  July 7-11, 2008, Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA

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