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CRETE 2011 - PRESENTATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Presentation options:

There will be 270 available openings for posters, 6 openings for symposia presentations (2 in each of 3 symposia), and 36 openings for contributed talks in six concurrent sessions (4 morning, 2 afternoon, 15 mins). Please register early as availability is limited.

Abstracts for symposia speakers, posters, and contributed talks should be each of no more than 250 words, inclusive of title, name, affiliation, etc. All in 12 point Times New Roman font. Please review this example.

 

Oral presentations:

Proposals may be submitted for oral presentations in one of two categories:

1. Contributed papers in symposia. There are two openings in each of the following symposia.
Mediterranean biogeography: where history meets ecology across scales
Comparative Phylogeography - new perspectives, integrative approaches, and challenges
Analytical advancements in macroecology and biogeography

2. Contributed papers in concurrent sessions. There are six openings in each of the following sessions.
Island Biogeography
Climate Change Biogeography
Conservation Biogeography
Palaeoecology
Marine Biogeography
Hot Topics in Biogeography.

All contributed papers, whether in symposia or concurrent sessions are allocated 15 minutes including time for questions. (N.B. invited speakers in symposia receive 30 mins, including time for questions.)


Poster presentations:

There will be 250 available openings for posters. Please register early as availability is limited.

The suggested size for all posters is 0.90m (w) x 1.00m (h). These will be displayed on vertical panels so please do not bring posters that are wider than 0.9 meters. They may be slightly taller than the suggested 1.0 m but please do not go over 1.2 meters.

 

Deadline:

The Abstract deadline is 15 November 2010 for invited speakers, posters, and contributed papers.

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