The first step is to register for the conference. However, in order for your registration to be complete, payment must be submitted. Once you know your arrival and departure dates, you should then reserve a room in on-campus housing or at one of the nearby hotels. Please see the Venue and Accommodation page.
Regular and student fees include participation in the scientific and social program, the book of abstracts, and also lunches and coffee breaks. Accompanying persons are invited to the social programs (Icebreaker (Mon.eve.), Town & Gown event (Tues. eve.), and the Banquet, a Western Style BBQ (Thur. eve.).
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ATTENTION: The dealine for workshop proposals has been extended to April 1, 2106.
Participants interested in organizing a workshop should contact Patrick Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than April 1, 2016.
Workshops should aim at pursuing specific tasks (e.g. to assist in elaborating a conservation action plan for a particular species or for regional populations, to establish a list of issues of research needs for a particular species, to evaluate technologies and methods for certain research questions), rather than represent extended paper sessions on certain topics.
Workshops may encompass both introductory/impulse papers and comprehensive discussions. Abstracts indicating aims and planned structure of workshops should be submitted in a Word Document to Patrick Kelly. Ideally, workshops might result in a publication of a paper, a signed statement, etc. (e.g. on the IUCN, LSG or WLS) authored by all participants of the respective workshop.
Workshops currently under consideration include but are not limited to Lagomorph phylogeography and molecular systematics, Lagomorph conservation genetics, use of technology in Lagomorph field research, and Lagomorph population trends in the United States.
ATTENTION: The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to April 1, 2016.
Oral and poster presentations on all topics in lagomorph biology are welcome for the meeting. Deadline for abstract submission is April 1, 2016. Formal notification of acceptance of the contributions will be sent out as soon as possible after receipt. Please note that the meeting language will be English only.
Oral presentations will be scheduled for 12 minutes plus 3 minute discussion. This timing must not be exceeded. Projection equipment for Powerpoint, Keynote, or PDF presentations will be available.
Abstract should not exceed 500 words in length (excluding authors' names and addresses) and should be organized as follows:
- Title in bold, upper and lower case letters
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- Name(s) of author(s) in capitals and institutional affiliation of address, e.g.:
- ANDREW T. SMITH1, JOHN D. NAGY2, 1School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-4501, USA, e-mail: email@example.com, 2Department of Life Sciences, Scottsdale Community College, Scottsdale, AZ 85250, USA, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Text of the abstract
EXAMPLE: Long-term Dynamics of an American Pika Metapopulation
Note: You must register in order to present at the conference.
Submit Abstracts to: WLC5@csustan.edu
Posters should be in vertical (portrait) format: 91x122 cm (36x48 inches).