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6th Annual Ecological Integration Symposium (EIS), and Student Research Symposium in Conservation, Ecology, and Evolutionary Biology

2004 Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Department of Texas A&M University
This year's theme is "Restoration Ecology: Bridging the Gaps Between Theory, Practice, and Policy," and this year's noted speakers include Joy Zedler, David Allan, Dennis Martinez, David Maehr, and, Robert Twilley. The day's format will include individual talks by each of the invited speakers, followed by a round-table discussion moderated by Steve Whisenant. The symposium is a one day event and is the result of a cooperative effort of graduate students from a number of ecology-related departments
across the university. In conjunction with the EIS, the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences will host its annual Student Research Symposium in Conservation, Ecology, and Evolutionary Biology the following day (Saturday, April 23).

Registration for the EIS is free for all participants, and registration for the Student Symposium is $5.


Location:   Texas A&M University Memorial Student Center Theater, College Station, Texas, USA
Dates:   April 22-23, 2005
Abstract/Proposal Submission Deadline:   April 1, 2005
Contact Information:   ecological-symposium@tamu.edu

Home Page URL:   http://symposium.tamu.edu/

Keywords:   Conservation; Ecology; Evolutionary Biology


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