Submit an abstract

Abstracts should be no more than 200 words. Contributed talks will be allocated 12 minutes with 3 minutes question time.

Abstract submission deadline 20 January

Abstracts will be evaluated by a scientific board with a notification of acceptance 10 February 2012. There will be many contributed sessions as well as a poster session, see programme page.

Contributed talks should be 12 minutes long (3 minutes for questions and change of presenter). Abstracts should be maximum 200 words.

You will be asked to pick a primary and a secondary choice of session topic when submitting your abstract. These may include: 

Mark-recapture-recovery Study design
Distance sampling Model identification
Occupancy estimation Combining information
Abundance estimation Wildlife and conservation management
Spatial explicit capture-recapture Biodiversity
Species richness and co-occurrence Movement (dispersal and migration)
Multi-species interactions Population genetics
Stop-over models Population dynamics
Genetic/natural marking Life-history
Spatial modelling Behaviour
Time-series analysis Paleobiology
Modelling individual heterogeneity Fishery
Education Other (your own suggestion)

Abstract submission

Abstract submission is now closed. If you have submitted an abstract, you can view your submission by following the link above. If you need to make any changes or withdraw your submission, please contact us as soon as possible.

Published Dec. 12, 2011 11:16 AM - Last modified Mar. 12, 2013 2:32 PM