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PACIFIC SEABIRD GROUP 42nd Meeting San Jose California 18-21 Feb 2015

Pat Baird

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Announcing the 2015 Annual Meeting of PSG in San Jose -  A Future for Seabirds.


Registration is open and abstract submission has begun. Looking forward to seeing everyone in San Jose.  Please use the on-line system for everything. To submit abstracts, register, purchase field trips, banquet tickets, and merchandise, just access RegOnLine    www.regonline/psg.2015


Travel awards are available for presenting students (all countries) and international scientists (except US and Canada).


Check the PSG website for details



Special Papers Sessions are:


SPS 1: Can seabirds be used to predict impending climatic events in the Pacific?-Lead Convener:  Grant Humphries (humphries.grant@gmail.com)

SPS 2: Merging seabird and fisheries data to track marine ecosystem processes and fluctuations Lead Convener:  Stephani Zador (Stephani.Zador@noaa.gov)

SPS 3: Community-based seabird conservation- Lead Convener:  Peter Hodum (peter@oikonos.org)

SPS 4: Ashy Storm-petrel Rangewide Science and Conservation-Lead Convener:  David Ainley (dainley@penguinscience.com)

SPS 5: Shearwaters forever or cause for concern? The conservation and status of shearwaters
Lead Convener:  Mark Rauzon (mrauzon@peralta.edu)


Important deadlines

Travel Award Applications ends: 31 October 2014
Abstract Submission ends: 17 November 2014
Early Registration Rates end: 19 Dec 2014
Hotel Reservation Group Rate ends: 2 Feb 2015



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