[birdky] FW: Call for Abstracts - 2007 Southeast Partners in Flight Meeting, Memphis, TN

  • From: "Vorisek, Shawchyi \(FW\)" <Shawchyi.Vorisek@xxxxxx>
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  • Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 11:03:14 -0500

FYI:  Here's info. on submitting abstracts...


From: Neotropical migratory birds in southeastern United States
discussion list [mailto:SEPART-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mark
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 10:43 AM
To: SEPART-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Call for Abstracts - 2007 Southeast Partners in Flight Meeting,
Memphis, TN

Dear Colleagues:
Please find the call for abstracts below (and in attached file...) for
the upcoming 2007 Southeast Partners in Flight Meeting to be held 7-10
February 2007 in Memphis, TN.  Please feel free to distribute this call
for abstracts as widely as possible.  If you have questions concerning
the details of the meeting, please see the website listed in the
announcement.  If you have any questions regarding abstract submission,
please contact Mark Woodrey directly (msw103@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx;
228-697-0460).  Thank you in advance for your interest in the Southeast
Partners in Flight Working Group.
Merry Winter,
Mark Woodrey & Bob Cooper
Co-Chairs, Research Working Group, Southeast Partners in Flight
Memphis, Tennessee
7-10 February 2007
We are encouraging researchers, agency personnel, and especially
graduate students in natural resources, ecology and biology curricula to
make oral and poster presentations that summarize research, monitoring,
or management projects addressing any aspect of bird conservation.
Participation is anticipated from state and federal agencies,
universities, and non-government conservation organizations contributing
to bird conservation under the umbrellas of Partners in Flight and the
North American Bird Conservation Initiative. The poster session will
occur during an evening social on Thursday, February 8th.  As in past
years, students presenting posters will be eligible for a Best Student
Poster cash award. 
In addition, we are encouraging southeastern researchers in bird
conservation to give oral presentations, which will be organized into
concurrent sessions on both Thursday and Friday.   We especially
encourage graduate students to present, but request that oral
presentations be limited to research efforts that are complete or nearly
so, rather than presenting preliminary research results that are largely
inconclusive (note however, that preliminary results are suitable for
poster presentations).  Researchers from all regions of the southeast,
Mexico and the Caribbean, and those involved with any aspect of bird
conservation, are invited to participate.
Students presenting papers or posters will also be eligible for a SEPIF
stipend reimbursement, the exact amount of which is yet to be determined
(depending in part on Meeting sponsorship), but in the past has been
$100 to assist with travel.  Students should indicate their need for
financial assistance when they submit their abstract.  
Abstracts for oral or poster presentations (< 250 words, not including
title or names and affiliations of authors) should be submitted by email
to BOTH Mark Woodrey (msw103@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx) AND Bob Cooper
(rcooper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) by 12 January 2007.  Abstracts must be
prepared using Times New Roman font (12 font size) and should include
title (in bold text), authors' names, affiliations, and e-mail address
of the presenter only.  Also indicate if the presentation is oral or
poster and who will be presenting if more than one author (use
underlining to denote presenter).  Depending on the response, we may
require that some oral presentations be changed to posters.  The poster
presenter is required to be on-hand for the evening poster reception
(approx 2 hours), though posters will remain mounted for the rest of the
meeting.  Details regarding oral presentations and poster dimensions and
mounting materials will be provided upon acceptance of abstracts. 
Really cool birds of the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico (POSTER) 
MARK S. WOODREY1 and ROBERT J. COOPER2, 1Coastal Research and Extension
Center, Mississippi State University, Biloxi, MS  39532,
msw103@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx; 2Warnell School of Forest Resources, University
of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602 
The Gulf of Mexico is home to some of the coolest birds on the planet.
We used various methods...
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Mark S. Woodrey, Ph.D.
Research Coordinator/Research Biologist
Mississippi State University - Coastal Research and Extension Center
Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
6005 Bayou Heron Road
Moss Point, MS  29562
Office Phone: 228-475-7047
Mobile Phone: 228-697-0460
E-mail: msw103@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:msw103@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 

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