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IBAC 2009 - 1st call for papers

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Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 15:59:58 -0000
XXII IBAC Conference - 1st call for papers

14-18 September, 2009
Lisbon, Portugal

Submission and early registration deadline: May, 10th

The 22th International Conference of the International Bioacoustics
Council (IBAC) will be held from 14-18 September 2009 at Calouste
Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, Portugal. Following the tradition
established over 35 years ago, the IBAC meeting fosters interactions
among scientists interested in the factors that regulate sound
production in animals. Moreover, IBAC meetings aim to bring together, in
informal settings, biologists from different specialists (ethologists,
physiologists, taxonomists, etc) with engineers, sound archivists and
amateur sound recordists, to foster discussion and exchange of ideas.

The scientific program will be composed of sessions of invited speakers
integrated with contributed short talks and poster presentations.

Please visit the conference website at

Many thanks

Cheryl Tipp

IBAC Secretary


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