CALL FOR PAPERS

The European Association for Aquatic Mammals invites authors to submit abstracts for oral, poster and short talk presentations for its upcoming Annual Symposium, which is due to take place in Mundomar Benidorm from 11st to the 14th of March 2016.

For the 44th Annual Symposium all topics related to marine mammal science and husbandry, including conservation, education, veterinary medicine, operant conditioning, etcetera is acceptable.

Students are particularly encouraged to submit presentations. By filling in below that you are a student (or PhD student), we will consider that you apply both for the EAAM student grant and for the Award for the Best Student Presentation – unless you state differently.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

* Please, note that the registration period for authors has already finished.

ABSTRACT SUBMISION DEADLINE
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PRE-REGISTRATION FOR THE FIRST AUTHOR
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INSTRUCTIONS

STUDENTS

Students are particularly encouraged to submit presentations. Students are eligible for the Prize for best student presentation (Oral and Poster) and for the EAAM student Grant for Symposium participation – which includes symposium fee and a contribution to housing costs during the Symposium.

You will be considered for the above awards, just if your submission be accompanied by a support letter from your University or Professor.
PHD students are candidate for EAAM Student Grants and Prizes only if accompanied by a declaration that a PhD grant is the only subsistence source or only marine mammal related activity.

Please refer to the Student guidelines at EAAM website.

AUTHORS

Please read the following recommendations carefully before submitting any abstract.
The abstract must include:

  • Title;
  • Author(s); if more than one, please mark presenter with an asterisk (*);
    Affiliation of (each) author;
  • Summary of presentation;
  • The abstract should be complete and informative (objectives, methods, results, conclusions);
  • The text should have a maximum length of 200 words (font Arial, size 11);
  • Line drawings, figures, graphs, charts, et cetera, should not be included;
  • Author(s) wishing to present more than one abstract must submit separate submission forms;
  • Abstract(s) submitted by students should be reviewed beforehand by their supervisor(s).
INTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM

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