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50 Years of Caribbean Marine Research: Changing Science, Changing Environments, Changing Perspectives

Source: http://www.amlc-carib.org (5 Feb. 2007)
We are pleased to announce the upcoming 33rd Scientific Conference of the Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean (AMLC) hosted by the University of the Virgin Islands. The AMLC Scientific Conference is held every 2 years and is attended by international scientists, managers, professionals and students whose interest is focused on issues relevant to the greater Caribbean region. Activities include a complete science program, poster exhibits, social events and field trips. We anticipate having simultaneous English-Spanish interpretation at this meeting.

Topics will include connectivity, global and regional issues, resource management and ecology.


Location:   University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, United State Virgin Islands
Dates:   June 4-8, 2007
Early Registration Deadline:   March 16, 2007
Abstract/Proposal Submission Deadline:   April 15, 2007
Contact Information:   Dr. Rick Nemeth
33rd AMLC Coordinator
MacLean Marine Science Center
University of the Virgin Islands
2 John Brewer’s Bay
St. Thomas, USVI 00802

Phone: +1 340-693-1381
Fax: +1 340-693-1385
Email: rnemeth@uvi.edu


Home Page URL:   http://www.amlc-carib.org/fileadmin/static/amlc_conf_new.html

Keywords:   Coral reef disease, Mangrove, Global warming, Coastal processes, Management, Conservation, Ecology, Caribbean


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