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Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2005 10:36:54 -0700
2nd International Workshop on Detection and Localization of Marine Mammals 
using Passive Acoustics

Oceanographic Museum - MONACO
November 16-18, 2005

Please see this web page for more details:

After the successful first meeting in Halifax (Canada, 2003), the second 
workshop will be held in Monaco. Please reserve 16th to 18th of November 2005 
on your calendar, and bookmark the above page for more news in due course.

The purpose of the workshop is to present current research on the detection and 
localization of marine mammals using passive acoustics. Researchers are invited 
to present their scientific work, to detail the advantages and drawbacks of the 
methods they use and to show their recent results through a practical approach.

The workshop encourages presentations from different fields. Scientific 
researchers could include specialists in biology, acoustics, signal processing, 
mathematics, electronics, computer science. Participation may be limited to 
ensure a dynamic and interactive exchange. The workshop will be open to Masters 
and PhD Students.

Workshop Schedule
The workshop consists of several sessions reserved for oral communications and 
poster presentations. The last half-day will be reserved for the comparison of 
all scientific methods presented using the same database of recorded odontocete 
signals. This data set could be downloaded on this website.

Important Dates
October 1, 2005: deadline for abstract submission (300 words max)
October 15, 2005: Notification of Acceptance
November 16, 2005: Workshop starts
November 18, 2005: Workshop ends

This workshop is co-organized by iSnS (University Paris 12, France), CNRS Chizé 
(CEBC, France), and ACCOBAMS.

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