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Subject: Call for Papers
From: NF <>
Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 17:17:58 -0700
Sorry for multiple or cross postings.  NF.,
 There's one week left for you to send in an abstract of your Paper, 
 Work, Report or Presentation.  We're interested in as wide a range of 
 topics as possible.
 Plans for the Symposium are progressing well.  We are pleased to add 
 Sabine Breitsameter to our guest list thanks to the kind support of the 
 Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes.
 Nigel Frayne
 Chair of the Board
 World Forum for Acoustic Ecology
 ********************  call for papers, works, reports 
                         WORLD FORUM FOR ACOUSTIC ECOLOGY  (WFAE)
                                         International Symposium
                                         - Call for Papers and Projects
                                             19 - 23rd March 2003
                                             Melbourne, Australia
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 Call for:
 a) theoretical papers; research reports;
 b) sound art, composition or installation reports;
 c) projects in the fields of design; architecture; urban design; 
 environmental planning; economics; politics;
 d) projects in the fields of new media; literature;...
 Acoustic Ecology is a broad and multi-disciplined approach to the study 
 of the acoustic environment.  The central issue is the relationship 
 between environment and the organisms which inhabit it.  Historically 
 sound artists and music practitioners have featured in the dialogue 
 around acoustic ecology as they explore their sound world.  There are 
 many other people who study and employ the sound medium - engineers, 
 scientists, bioacousticians, audiologists, psychologists, 
 anthropologists, educators, designers and more.
 The WFAE International Symposium seeks to provide a forum for the 
 expression of this diverse range of knowledge, views and expertise and 
 thereby find connections between them.  Authors will be required to 
 attend the event and should nominate their choice to be refereed or 
 non-refereed by an international panel.  Refereed papers will be 
 published in the proceedings of the event while publication of 
 non-refereed papers will be given consideration by the papers committee.
 Professionals, academics, artists, scientists and others are invited to 
 present research, artwork or projects in their field of expertise.  
 Authors are encouraged to include clear references to the underlying 
 principles of their field of interest as well as the relationship 
 between their work and other disciplines within the field of acoustic 
 500 words or less
 (please include a short curriculum vitae)
 Plain text or MS Word rtf file
 Roger Alsop <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
 Roger Alsop
 Victorian College of the Arts
 Production Centre
 234 St Kilda Rd
 Melbourne 3004
 14th October 2002
 14th November 2002
 3rd February 2003
 19, 20th March 2003
 For more information visit:
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>From  Wed, 09 Oct 2002 09:13:19 -0700
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 09:13:19 -0700
Subject: job opening in insect bioacoustics

This is forwarded on behalf of Roger Hasse, [EMAIL PROTECTED]  Please
 reply to him, not to me.  -Dave Mellinger
 My name is Roger Hasse, and I am a research engineer working at the
 National Center for Physical Acoustics (NCPA) at the University of
 Mississippi.  My associate director, Dr. Jack Seiner, has asked me to
 help him in the search for an insect bioacoustics expert to manage
 our program here at the NCPA.  Specifically, we are working on
 acoustic detection of the Formosan termite (Coptotermes formosanus)
 and acoustic techniques applied to imported fire ants (Solenopsis
 invicta and Solenopsis richteri).  The work is in collaboration with
 research entomologists from the USDA-ARS, based in Stoneville, MS, and
 New Orleans, LA.
 If you are interested in this work, please contact me.
 Roger D. Hasse

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