[Coral-List] Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference call for abstracts

Nicole Fogarty fogarty at bio.fsu.edu
Mon Feb 18 21:39:05 EST 2008

2008 Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference
Florida State University
Call For Abstracts

Florida State University will host the 2008 Southeastern Ecology and 
Evolution Conference and is announcing a call for abstracts for 
presentations of research.  This is a scientific symposium aimed at 
graduate, post-doctoral, and undergraduate researchers in the fields 
of ecology, systematics, and evolutionary biology.  The conference 
will be held on the campus of Florida State University on March 28-30, 2008.

Abstract submission information:
Researchers interested in presenting posters or 15-minute talks are 
invited to submit abstracts pertaining to:
-          Animal Behavior
-          Conservation
-          Ecology
-          Evolution
-          Functional Morphology
-          History and Philosophy of Science
-          Systematics

  The deadline for the early registration and submission of abstracts 
is Friday, February 29, 2008.  The final date to submit abstracts is 
Friday March 14, 2008 at 5:00 PM, EST.  Please submit your abstract 
along with registration at the SEEC website, found at 

Abstracts should be limited to 250 words, and please include any 
primary and co-authors as well as session preference.  Information 
about poster and talk requirements is available on the SEEC 
website.  Early registration fees for the meeting are $15; late 
registration fees are $35.

Please contact David McNutt 
(<mailto:dmcnutt at bio.fsu.edu>dmcnutt at bio.fsu.edu) for questions 
regarding registration or abstract submission, or general questions 
about SEEC to Amanda Buchanan 
(<mailto:abuchanan at bio.fsu.edu>abuchanan at bio.fsu.edu) or Eric Jones 
(ejones at bio.fsu.edu).

Nicole D. Fogarty
Florida State University
Department of Biological Science
Tallahassee, Florida  32306-1100
fogarty at bio.fsu.edu
work: 850.644.2678
fax: 850.644.9829

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