Int'l. Statistical Ecology Conference; registration deadline

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Int'l. Statistical Ecology Conference; registration deadline

Postby scottish » Fri Apr 11, 2008 4:45 am

There is less than 3 weeks until our early registration deadline. Our exciting list of internationally-known invited speakers is Ken Burnham, Anne Chao, James Clark, Jim Nichols, Shirley Pledger, Roger Pradel, and Carl Schwarz. We will have contributed papers sessions for which we invite abstracts in the areas of mark-recapture methods, distance sampling methods, other abundance estimation techniques, monitoring of biodiversity, survey design and analysis for estimating population trends, modelling of spatial trends in animal density, integrated population modelling, stochastic population dynamics modelling, stochastic multispecies modelling, and stochastic modelling of animal movement.

The conference will be held in St. Andrews, 9-11 July 2008, just prior to the International Biometrics Congress in Dublin. Early registration deadline 30 April 2008. Please visit our website http://www.creem.st-and.ac.uk/isec2008 to learn additional details relating to registration fees, accommodation, and travel.

You can also view the schedule of <100 talks and 50 posters at http://www.creem.st-and.ac.uk/ocs/publi ... ogram.html

We have no more room for presenters, but there are still a few vacancies remaining for those who would like to attend this interesting and noteworthy conference. However, registration costs will increase on 1 May.
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How many talks at ISEC?

Postby scottish » Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:08 am

Reviewing my arithmetic, I see that there are 103 talks being delivered in the 16 contributed paper sessions along with our invited speakers. So that would make >100 talks to go along with the 50 posters being delivered at the International Statistical Ecology Conference here in St. Andrews 9-11 July.
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