Aquatic Biodiversity and Ecosystems: Evolution, Interactions and Global Change, Liverpool, England from 30th August to 4 September 2015. Abstract - 31 March 2015.
The broad themes of the conference are:
◾Global Environmental Change
◾Fisheries & Aquaculture
◾Conservation, Management & Policy
◾Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning & Services
◾Dispersal & Connectivity
◾Food webs & Trophic Dynamics
◾General Aquatic Biology
Submissions are open until 31st March 2015, at which time the organising committee will assess all abstracts and notify presenting authors about acceptance. Late submissions may be considered but not guaranteed.
Oral presentations will be standard 15 minutes talk and 5 minutes for questions. Poster presentations will be standard large-format posters, 120 cm high x 90 cm wide. Pins will be provided for attachment to poster boards. Posters will be on display throughout the conference and there will be a formal poster session with refreshments on Tuesday 1st September.
There will be prizes for the best student oral and poster presentations. Winners and runners-up in each category will win £200 and £100 respectively.
◾Oral presentations – kindly sponsored by the Marine Biological Association of the UK.
◾Poster presentations – kindly sponsored by The Mars Network.
We will endeavour to give everyone an opportunity to present their work in their preferred manner. However, the organising committee reserves the right to make final decisions on assignment to sessions, types of presentations and to reject abstracts or presentations which are late, fall outside the scope of the meeting, do not follow the requested format, expected quality or ethos of Aquatic Biodiversity and Ecosystems.
Win free student registration!
We are pleased to announce that we are having a competition to win free student registration worth £180. The deadline for applications is 31st March 2015. Winners will ne notified by email before the 30th April 2015. Only one application per student will be considered.
More information: http://www.aquaticbiodiversityandecosystems.org/