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video night at Society for Conservation Biology annual meeting


Elliott Norse <[log in to unmask]>


Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>


Fri, 16 May 1997 15:21:09 -0700





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Dear Friends,

Bring your marine conservation videos to SCB 1997 in Victoria (see
following message--sorry for cross-postings)!

Elliott Norse

Elliott A. Norse, Ph.D. * MCBI is organizing the first
  President * Symposium on Marine Conservation
Marine Conservation Biology Institute * Biology at the Annual Meeting of
15806 NE 47th Court * the Society for Conservation
Redmond WA 98052-5208 USA * Biology, June 6-9 1997, at the
1 (206) 883-8914 (h&o) * University of Victoria, Victoria
1 (206) 883-3017 (fax) * British Columbia, Canada. For
[log in to unmask] * details, send e-mail to me.

                         CALL FOR VIDEOS
           Symposium on Marine Conservation Biology
                          June 8, 1997

  A special feature of the first Symposium on Marine Conservation
Biology will be Video Night. Marine Conservation Biology Institute
(MCBI) invites participants in the Annual Meeting of the Society for
Conservation Biology (June 6-9, 1997, at the University of Victoria,
British Columbia) to watch or bring videos of your research at 8PM on June
8 to David Lam Auditorium. We'll have popcorn and soft drinks for the
first 100 participants. Topics of the videos might include species or
ecosystems in need of protection, threats to them, methods that marine
conservation biologists use to study them and similar subjects,
whether from a natural or social science perpsective. We especially wish
to encourage students, postdocs and young faculty members to show your
best footage, but all are invited to watch or present videos.

  Each presentation can start with a brief introduction. Video
segments of no more than 5 minutes will allow the audience to have a
chance to ask a few questions of presenters. Don't miss the opportunity
to get your story to a much larger audience.

To ensure a slot for your footage, please contact Video Night's organizer
Wendy Holland at [log in to unmask]

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