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Re: XIX International BioAcoustics Congress, last announcement

Subject: Re: XIX International BioAcoustics Congress, last announcement
From: Nicolas Mathevon <>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 00:14:19 -0700
XIX International BioAcoustics Congress (IBAC, Belèm, Brazil, August
 10-15, 2003)
 This is the last announcement of the XIX IBAC. Registration is still
 possible at <a  href=""; 
rel="nofollow"></a> .  For any information,
 please contact  [EMAIL PROTECTED] .
 During the IBAC, communications from the following countries (in
 alphabetical order) will be presented: Argentina, Australia, Belgium,
 Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France,
 Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New
 Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland,
 Ukraine, UK, and the USA.
 Topics cover a large spectrum of themes. To mention only the principal
 groups dealt with, we can cite: Cicadas, Crickets, Wasps, Butterflies,
 Fishes, Amphibians, Birds, Bats, Dolphins, Rodents, Primates, and Man.
 The program of the XIX International BioAcoustics Congress - IBAC
 consists of Contributed Communications, both oral or poster, Symposia,
 Mini-Courses, Workshops and Round-Table discussions.
 Keynote lecture: 
 Innateness and the instinct to learn 
 Dr. Peter R. Marler 
 I. Environmental constraints and acoustic communication network
 convenors: Torben Dabelsteen & Nicolas Mathevon
 II. Techniques and methods for automated bioacoustic signal
 convenors: David Chesmore & Teruyo Oba
 III. The coding of individual characteristics in animal sounds 
 convenor: Thierry Aubin 
 IV. The use of learned vocalizations: from birdsong to speech 
 convenors: Dietmar Todt & Francisco D. C. Mendes 
 V. Bioacoustics and Biodiversity 
 convenors: Hans-Wolfgang Helb & Luiz dos Anjos 
 VI. Brain and peripheral mechanisms for vocal communication in bats
 and birds
 convenors: Michel Kreutzer & Claudio V. Mello 
 VII. Recording and archiving animal sounds 
 convenor: Richard Ranft 
 VIII. How to analyze and measure complex bird songs? 
 convenors: José R. C. Piqueira & Anil Kumar 
 Nicolas MATHEVON 
 Equipe Communications Acoustiques Animales (The BioAcoustics Team) 
 <a  href=""; 
 Département de Biologie, Universite Jean Monnet, 
 23 rue Michelon, 42023 Saint-Etienne cedex 2, France 
 tel (33)(0)4 77 48 50 22 
 fax (33)(0)4 77 48 51 16 

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