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Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference (SEEC)

Source: (11 May 2011)
The Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference (SEEC) was started in 2004 and is on its 8th year. SEEC is a professional meeting intended for early career researchers in ecology, evolution, and related fields to present their research to their colleagues in a comfortable, relaxed, and fun atmosphere. This year, Auburn University welcomes nearly 200 students from institutions in seven states to give or attend formal presentations. This event is designed to encourage new friendships within our field and to share research ideas for feedback. We hope that you will find SEEC to be a valuable forum for sharing research and connecting with other young researchers in the region.

We hope you enjoy your visit to Auburn. Thanks for participating in SEEC!

Location:   Auburn, Alabama, USA
Dates:   March 25-27, 2011
Abstract/Proposal Submission Deadline:   March 11, 2011
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Keywords:   Modeling, Ecosystems, Population genetics, Invasive, Evolution, Conservation, SEEC, Management

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