[Coral-List] ICRS 2012: Call for Mini-Symposia is now open

Eliza Glasson eliza.glasson at jcu.edu.au
Wed Sep 1 21:44:53 EDT 2010

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*Call for Mini-Symposia is Now Open*

Held every four years, the International Coral Reef Symposium is the 
world's largest and most important coral reef meeting bringing together 
coral reef scientists, resource managers, policy makers and graduate 
The 12th ICRS in 2012 is expected to attract more than 2,000 delegates 
from 80 countries.

The Scientific Program Committee invites proposals to convene a 
Mini-Symposium at ICRS 2012. Click here 
<http://www.icrs2012.com/Symposia.htm> for complete details regarding 
Mini-Symposia submission.

Please submit your proposals online by 1 December 2010.
Important Dates
*Call for Mini-Symposia Closes *1 December 2010
*Mini-Symposia Announced **1 June 2011**
**Abstract Submission Open *1 July - 1 October 2011
*Registration Open *1 August 2011*
**ICRS 2012 *9 - 13 July 2012* *


*Registration in 2011*

To receive a copy of the Registration Brochure, please register your 
contact details and postal address at the Expression of Interest 
<https://secure.icmsaust.com.au/ei/getdemo.ei?id=499&s=_1JC10YW6U> form.

*Sponsorship and Exhibition*

ICRS 2012 relies heavily on the valued financial support provided by its 

Comprehensive educational, environmental and networking sponsorship 
packages are listed in the ICRS 2012 Sponsorship and Exhibition 
You can apply to sponsor a package by completing and returning the 
Sponsorship Application Form 
To apply for an exhibition booth, complete this Exhibition Application 
If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting, here are the Terms 
and Conditions 
We look forward to partnering with you to create a successful ICRS 2012.

For further information and an Exhibition Floorplan, contact:
Fallon Smith
ICRS 2012 Sponsorship and Exhibition Manager
T: +61 2 9254 5000
E: sponsorship at icrs2012.com <mailto:sponsorship at icrs2012.com>

<mailto:sponsorship at icrs2012.com>

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