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and Conservation of Marine Mammals
University of La Rochelle
a consequence, in order to develop strategies for monitoring marine mammal
status: this concept usually uses comparisons of current abundance and
distribution data with a supposedly undisturbed initial situation where
populations would be in equilibrium with their habitats and resources.
Health status: often describes the main pathologies
and causes of death, including nutritional state and contamination by
pollutants, all being processes that determine reproduction and survival of
status: this is used to describe fecundity and mortality parameters which
may lead to changes in abundance and distribution.
Demographic status: this is used to describe fecundity and mortality parameters which may lead to changes in abundance and distribution.
Conservation status is the ultimate criteria allowing one to state that a population has changed. However, demographic and health statuses of a population are also of considerable use for management purposes as they permit on-going processes to be identified before they have fully expressed their effects on population abundance and distribution. This allows relevant management decisions to be taken earlier.
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The symposium will be held at Forum des Pertuis. This conference center is located in front of the Atlantic ocean on "Les Minimes" harbour.
On site registration (cash only) will take place on Thursday 20th April from 17h00 to 19h00 and Friday morning 21th, from 8h00.
Online registration is strongly encouraged.
Preferential fees are offered to online registration. Deadline for online registration is 30th October 2008. On site registation is limited to cash payments.
The conference fees include all plenary sessions, public evening, ice-breaker and three lunches. Banquet is optional.
Call for papers
Communications are invited as oral or poster presentations in French or in English. Simultaneous interpretation (french/english) will be available during all oral sessions of the symposium. All communications, oral and poster, must fit in one of the following sessions :
1. Societal demand in monitoring marine mammal populations
2. Converting the societal demand into measurable parameters
3. Existing practices of monitoring
4. Marine ammal population indicators and their performance
5. Toward integrated monitoring strategies
Each oral presentation will last 15 minutes, followed by five minutes for questions and discussion.
For poster presentation, authors are invited to prepare one slide for introduction by the chairman during the corresponding oral session.
Deadline for abstract submission: 30th September 2008 (closed)
Information of acceptance: 15th Octobrer 2008
See the pre-programme (pdf file)
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