Partner Conferences, Workshops & Symposia

December 10, 2018

UK SMM Student Chapter meeting (24-29 January 2019, Swansea, Wales)

The committee of the UK and Ireland Regional Student Chapter (UKIRSC) of the Society for Marine Mammalogy are pleased to announce our 13th annual conference. This year our meeting will be held on the 24th–26th January 2019 at Swansea University, Wales.   This is a free conference which aims to bring together students from all […]

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Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Marine Mammal Symposium (29-31 March 2019; Washington DC)

Save the Date for SEAMAMMS 2019! When: March 29-31, 2019 Where: Georgetown University As a special treat, the Smithsonian’s “Whale Warehouse” will be open all day (9-5pm) Friday for free tours! This is one of the largest collections of marine mammals in the world, read about it here and here. Make sure you arrive early enough to visit […]

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October 30, 2018

Métodos de estudios acústicos y visuales para la conservación de cetáceos (3 Nov 2018, Lima, Peru)

We are pleased to announce the course ” Métodos de estudios acústicos y visuales para la conservación de cetáceos ” To be held in Lima, Peru.  This course will be taught Spanish. More details are provided in Spanish for potential attendees: Taller: Métodos de estudios acústicos y visuales para la conservación de cetáceos Si eres […]

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Australia/New Zealand Student Chapter Meeting of the Society for Marine Mammalogy (29-30 Nov, 2018, Griffith University, Qsld)

The fourth Australia/New Zealand Student Chapter Meeting of the Society for Marine Mammalogy will take place on November 29th and 30th, 2018, starting at 9 AM at Griffith University (Queensland). There will be an optional half-day R workshop on Wednesday afternoon, November 28th, which will be run by our colleagues at Griffth. This opportunity will […]

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Washington chapter of the Wildlife Society – Marine Mammal meeting (28 Feb, 2019, Olympia, WA)

Marine mammals are good barometers of our environment. The status of these species and current efforts at their conservation are very timely due to climate change,  shortages of salmon, increases in boats and humans, and high levels of contaminants off of the West Coast of the United States. On February 28th, 2019, there will be a […]

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